From the monthly archives:

January 2010

Move Your Money!

January 25, 2010

You’ve probably noticed that our economy has been in a tailspin for quite some time. While folks continue to throw blame around and argue about whose fault it is, I’ve been trying to find ways to do my part to reverse this trend of economic instability, environmental degradation, and spiritual malnourishment. I believe we DO […]

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Giving in the Information Age

January 15, 2010

I’ve always been skeptical of the rapid proliferation of technology. I’m the girl who still has cassette tapes and actually listens to them. The girl who still tapes her Soaps on VHS and fast forwards through commercials (just like in the good ole days when MTV actually played music videos). The girl who actively resisted […]

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Please Help Haiti

January 13, 2010

On January 12th, a devastating earthquake rocked the island of Haiti, and the people are going to need a lot of help to recover and rebuild. If you are in a position to do so, please donate to relief efforts. I strongly believe that if our world is going to survive, we have to reconnect […]

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Looking Forward to 2010

January 12, 2010

Well, it is the first new moon of the new year and time to lay out my goals for 2010. Some of you might think I’m a little late for New Year’s resolutions, but I’m actually right on time. December 31st was a Lunar Eclipse, which in astrogical circles, signifies endings. The window of opportunity […]

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2009 Retrospective

January 4, 2010

With an early January birthday, I’ve found that I tend to do my New Year’s resolutions on my birthday. January 5, 2010 marks the start of my 34th year, and I decided to take some time on my birthday eve to reflect on 2009. In addition to it being a suitable retrograde activity (FYI-Mercury is […]

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