The Innovation Project: Our youth tackling sustainability and innovation

Unlocking the creative and innovative potential of our youth is really the way forward for our world. Look at the these projects: inventing a new kind of water recycler. growing food with 90% less water using aquaponics. creating blueprints for a solar phone. These are just three of the incredible projects designed and implemented by […]

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3.2.1. Quote me: Fatherhood

Happy Father’s Day to all those being celebrated today!   Lana from Welcome to Our Campfire has tagged me for the new game – 3.2.1 Quote Me! created by Rory at A Guy Called Bloke Here’s what he has to say about it: Everyone loves quotes right? So l figured to introduce a bit of light hearted […]

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FIFA World Cup 2018 Begins Today!!! Who are you supporting?

  The football madness begins today!  Welcome World Cup 2018!!! I’m so excited!      As I mentioned in an earlier post about World Cup songs, I may not be the biggest sports fan but I love getting pulled into the crazy patriotic fervour of the World Cup. I love that for one month, every […]

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Reblog: Good People Doing Good Things (in Peru)

Jill, over at jilldennison.com (Filosofa’s World) hosts a segment every week where she showcases regular people who are doing good in our world.  On Wednesday, last week her “Good People Doing Good Things” segment focused on Peruvian doctor Richard Pun-Chong and the work he’s doing in Lima to alleviate the distress of families seeking medical assistance […]

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Quotes: Getúlio Vargas

  Ironic that Getúlio Vargas (1882-1954) would make such a comment as many would say similar of him once he came to office.  Vargas came to the forefront of politics by leading an assorted group in Brazilian society, many whose interests conflicted with those of their counterparts. Once in power, and after a mass workers’ […]

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Volcanic Eruption in Guatemala: June 3, 2018. What happened and how you can help.

On Sunday 3 June 2018, Guatemala’s Fuego Volcano erupted at noon, local time, sending lava flows into nearby rural communities and spewing ash over people, animals and property.  Up to Friday morning, over 100 people had been confirmed dead and hundreds more remain missing.   This is the country’s most deadly volcanic event in more than […]

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Tag: Ancient Advice

    I’ve seen this tag around the blogosphere and decided to give it a try.  I do love reading random quotes.  Some are merely interesting and others make me stop and think.   The rules are simple: Choose the author or philosopher (it should be one from the Ancient Time). Don’t know anyone? Google […]

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