Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Collective: Sergio Scabuzzo

‘The Collective: Interviews’ turns this week to a topic I only recently learned about, but one that is increasingly important, especially given the massively damaging climate events this past week: permaculture. A few months back, I had the pleasure of … Continue reading

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I Love Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh, and Sarah Palin… and How You Can Learn to Love Them Too

Although I seldom, if ever, post explicitly political posts here, my political leanings should be evident in the nature of this blog (mindful and eco-conscious living and travel). That said, tonight, after viewing a number of heavily-politicized posts on Facebook, … Continue reading

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Originally posted on the Qrious life:
The joys of writing and publishing continue, thanks to an indulgent editor JS for humoring my ambitious whims and to my husband FM for providing daily inspiration of newer crazier things to try! This…

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Advice for the Itinerant

Early this morning, I steeped a cup of tea and looked out over the view that has been my home for eight years: the Pacific Ocean, the Santa Monica Bay stretching from Malibu to Rancho Palos Verdes. Last week, at … Continue reading

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How We Remember

Writing a book is often a long, lonely process. When you finally ‘finish’ (whatever that means), you have this strange amnesia about how much work actually went into it (much like the experience of birthing a child—or so I’m told). … Continue reading

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