Motivation

Don’t Go Down in the Basement!

Don’t Go Down in the Basement!

Why do people ignore their inner early-warning system? We are equipped with a sensitive array of detection devices. Our ears can pick up patterns in footsteps that tell us if we are being followed. Wind from the right direction brings our noses the scents of flesh, of sweat and tension and ill intent (with perhaps […]

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Change Your Thoughts

Change Your Thoughts

Like George Carlin, a personal favorite, I have a list, but mine is made up of dirty words of a different kind: fear, hate, worry, problem and trouble. These are words I have done my conscious best to remove from my vocabulary and here’s why. There’s a popular saying, with which I concur, “You are […]

Happiness Is An Old Tube Of Shoe Goo

Happiness Is An Old Tube Of Shoe Goo

I’m on a recurring quest, a quest to find my center. A disclaimer: I’m writing this to share my own journey as a person, and if you glean anything from reading this then great! But please don’t think I’m opening up a shop in a cave on top of Mt. Guru or trying to get […]

Procrastination : Three ways to put it off

Procrastination : Three ways to put it off

Nearly everyone could use some procrastination help. Those stray thoughts that pull you away from the task at hand are a productivity killer without peer. The unfortunate reality is that the human brain strives on  having it’s reward centers lit up. When we’re sitting down to work on a large and fairly important task our […]

Ask EcoGirl: The Rebel & The Status Quo

Ask EcoGirl: The Rebel & The Status Quo

So tell me, dear reader, do you see yourself more as a traditional rule-follower or a rebel change-agent? Or a little bit of each? I ask because I think that most people see themselves as primarily one or the other. Then they can harshly judge people they see as being in the other camp. How much time do […]

Charlie Scott – Positivity in The City

Charlie Scott – Positivity in The City

Hip-Hop/poet Charlie Scott, 22, born and raised in Queens, NY. He is a recovering addict, child of two hearing impaired parents, and recently released his first mixtape, Lyrical Therapy. Charlie has been writing poetry since the age of twelve. He found that during his recovery process at a rehabilitation center, he could combine his passion […]

Terra Rising Records-Sound and Vision

Terra Rising Records-Sound and Vision

Every so often you find a group or organization that impresses you with their passion and vision. In the last few months, I have had the opportunity to meet the founders of Terra Rising Records, Mike and Michelle. Their story and concept is so inspiring that this blog will merely be a showcase for what […]

One Billion Rising-San Francisco’s North Bay

One Billion Rising-San Francisco’s North Bay

Groups of dancers in the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as elsewhere around the planet, have been rehearsing and engaging in public Flash Mobs. They show up, unannounced, start the music on a portable system, and begin dancing. They are building toward a Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, One Billion Rising action, scheduled for over […]

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