Archives for: "October 2014"

A Path to Health and Connection

October 24th, 2014
Do you wish you got more exercise? Do you wish you had more time to yourself? Do you wish you could escape once in a while? There is a phenomena in American culture: we don't do the things we know we need to. No matter how much we understand the value… more »

Perceived Wasteland

October 17th, 2014
Seven months ago I sat in on a conference presentation that had to do with flood risk. The presenter brilliantly began by showing a series of five photos. As each one appeared on the front wall she asked, "Is this a flood plain? The audience was made… more »

Stop Telling Me What to Do

October 10th, 2014
When my husband frames a good suggestion in a directive statement such as "Eat that yummy casserole in the fridge," I jokingly respond, "Don't Tell Me What to Do." But almost every day, on the other end of the email, strangers get me saying the same thing in earnest. more »

The Compromise of Fall

October 3rd, 2014
When the nature lover John Muir worked together with hunting enthusiast Theodore Roosevelt, great things happened. more »