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Go Green With Action Cards

Go Green Cards is a fun game with weekly action steps geared towards incorporating sustainable living into participants’ lives. The main goal of Go Green Cards is to simplify the transition to living more sustainable by breaking it down into manageable weekly action steps. By providing guidance and resources, participants have

Walking in Others’ Shoes

By John Watson It is altogether too easy to look at a fellow human being and immediately write them off based on their demeanor or appearance. The perfect example is when passing a homeless person on the street. The majority of people avert their gaze, while others are a lot more

Acceptance

By Simone Ravenscroft We all judge each other - this is a fact of life. I believe I speak for the majority when I say, if you can genuinely look someone in the eyes and say you have NEVER passed judgment on another person in any way, you would be lying. Judging

How to Host a Sustainable Wedding

Did you know that the average wedding produces more than 400 pounds of garbage? Annually, weddings in the U.S. contribute to releasing more than 63 tons of CO2, so it’s fair to say that the wedding industry has a waste problem. The good news is that eco-conscious couples are taking notice

8 Quotes Towards Greater Selflessness

1. “By becoming the answer to someone’s prayer, we often find the answers to our own.” Dieter F. Uchtdorf 2. “Helping one person might not change the world, but it could change the world for one person.” Anonymous 3. “You don’t need a reason to help people.” Arthur Bichcoff 4. “A candle loses nothing by lighting

A Smile: The Domino Effect

By Victoria Holland It’s weird the little things that stick in your mind. I remember when I was a kid in junior school my headmaster told a story in assembly that has always stayed with me - it was about passing on a smile. He said that when you smiled at

Choosing to be Spacious

Choosing to be Spacious

By Christine Guthrie What does it mean in our society to be seen? To be noticed, appreciated, heard? Is it a fearful thing to be noticed? In our communities we need to experience processes of belonging that affirm us as individuals at the same time as providing communal group experiences that promote

Become More Altruistic Through Meditation

Become More Altruistic Through Meditation

By Greg Fisher Meditation is often considered a lifestyle and not just a practice, as it makes us more knowledgeable about the art of living. Many have found it to be a life transforming experience because it can make one discover the potential for good we have. It is a practice

The 7 Day Challenge

The 7 Day Challenge #7daychallenge

It is often the smallest of things we do that ends up meaning the world to someone. While we can't all put on the proverbial cape and save the world, it doesn't take much to go that extra mile every now and then, and have a positive impact. Join us

Respect

By Emily Wong ‘BECAUSE YOU’RE WORTH IT’ The sweet, lulling slogan whispered so seductively from the lips of the model as she pouts to the camera. One simple phrase. One billion dollars. That’s the amount of money L’oreal might have made had they simply made lipsticks. In actual fact, the total revenue

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