Veganism is not the end-all answer to a better world. Leo Babauta is claiming that is is. To me, Leo is still reacting. He is presenting Veganism as the only answer to numerous injustices. And yet, closing his eyes to other perspectives.
My partner and I have been scouring British Columbia, checking out potential properties to purchase. While the truth of BC’s high cost of land may have hit hard, the excuse to venture into previously looked-over corners of this truly beautiful province has been a thrill.
Awhile back, I lived atop Burnaby Mountain. Often, I would take the 135 bus in and out of downtown Vancouver. One of these times, returning from downtown, I happened to sit next to a fellow who wished to share a story.
James Somers asks if coders are worth it. Well, I’d like to answer that.
Last year, I spent 8 months living and working out of a 5th Wheeler. I did this with my partner, on a public farm, in the city of Vancouver. What were we thinking?!
I’ve been out of the freelance game since I joined Ecquire back in May. And, I feel I need to reflect on those years freelancing and see if I learned anything.
John Lius, a documentary film-maker and ecologist, has dedicated his life spreading the knowledge and successes of rehabilitating large-scale, damaged ecosystems.
A few weeks ago I posted about possible drawbacks of being a self-taught web developer and I got some really good feedback.