Where Are Our Choices Taking Us?

Choices are like coins – they always have two sides, and both sides stack up in terms of the direction we’re going.

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Strategy #4 – to Help Parents Spend Less at the Supermarket

Strategy #4 to help you dethrone the supermarket giants. Includes a link to the previous 3 strategies.

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3 Supermarket Strategies to Help You Spend Less, Tread Lighter, and Live Better

Reducing our supermarket reliance ​means we can spend less, live better, and look our grandchildren in the eye. This post shares 3 strategies to get you started.

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The Lies That Keep You Trapped in “Not Enough Time”

How often do you say, “I don’t have time”? What if there were ways you could take ownership of how you experience time in your life?

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First Day of Spring (Southern Hemisphere)

Spring​ is the time to look at the “seeds” or intentions we’ve been gestating over winter, to choose those with the best chances of surviving and thriving, and to let go of the rest of them. As in the garden, so in our inner lives. ​Otherwise, ​your coming “growing season” ​may be filled with too ​much stuff, or with stuff that isn’t serving you. And if it isn’t serving you then it also won’t be serving your world, which is an extension of you.

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What’s Going To Happen Next?

Our “story,” of how the world works and who we are, is like a script that prompts our choices and actions. There is a new story available to us that prompts cooperative and life affirming behaviors rather than competitive and exploitative ones. Indigenous peoples and eastern spirituality have been indicating it, and the newest sciences are finally now “discovering” it. It’s a story that would put us on an entirely different trajectory. 

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5 Questions to Help You Learn From Last Year and Make the Most of This Year

Examine and learn from the year gone by, to make your New Year resolutions far more effective. Or use this process during any kind of ending and new beginning.

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Ginger in a RealFood Garden

Ginger has thrived at our place since I learned to think about what it gives and what it needs in terms of its connections to the other plants around it, to me as the ginger-grower, and to me and my family as the ginger-users.

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