I’ve talked a bit about the Global Goals for Sustainable Development in past blog posts. The aim with these lofty global goals is to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and fix climate change in the next 15 years. The 17 goals were officially adopted by world leaders at the UN Sustainable Development Summit in September… [Read More…]
Staring at the stars Escaped from reality Lost in profound thought #humpdayhaiku What’s on your mind today? As per usual, bonus points for comments in the form of haiku (5 – 7 – 5 syllables).
As a director of development, I spend a good portion of my days talking with donors or potential donors about what my organization wants, needs and /or accepts for in-kind donations. These are the donations of goods or services and not money. In my book, Simple Giving: Easy Ways to Give Every Day, I talk… [Read More…]
This week’s haiku is inspired by an article by Omid Safi on On Being about the “disease” of being busy. We’ve all heard the excuse and probably have made it ourselves at some point. We’re just too busy to connect. But are we really? After reading this article, I want to take the time to… [Read More…]
Roost Crate is a brand new subscription box that delivers farmers market finds to your door each month. It is the brainchild of my friend and fellow world changer, Kelly Pugliano. Kelly is also the author of the very popular food blog Eat Picks®. When I heard Kelly was launching Roost Crate, I knew I had… [Read More…]