Throughout her career, Meryl Streep has found a way to fully inhabit every character she portrays so that who we see in the film is not Streep but the “quirky little universe” she has created.
Archives for April 2012
This is one of my all-time favorite winter soups. It’s rich and creamy and sweet and dense with sweet potatoes and coconut milk with a balance of brightness from ginger and lime.
Today let’s talk about loving yourself. Have you ever felt like you could be loving toward others, but just couldn’t give that same level of caring to yourself?
Over the years, I have always tried to surround myself with people who have strengths in areas that I do not. It became clear to me that there were three very important aspects essential to moving forward and getting the most out of the people I worked with.
Winters aren’t what they used to be in Nova Scotia. At one time you could count on snow and ice…and plenty of it in March. But this year the March temperatures soared to an unprecedented 27 degrees Celsius (80 degrees Fahrenheit) and a sudden urge to migrate surged in my soul.
Landfills are wonderful, exciting places. The only place potentially more exciting is a sewage lagoon, but short of finding one of those the lure of a new bird at the landfill of the southernmost city in the world was too much to bear.
The eccentric work of Filipino Professor Julian Jumalon hasn’t taken the art world by storm. But the vivid splashes of tropical colour his butterfly-inspired artwork has added to the urban sprawl of the Philippines metropolis of Cebu City has managed to migrate all over the world.
“Sit.” “Down.” “Fetch.” These are things that most people associate with dog training. But is there more we can teach our dogs beyond simple behaviours? You might be surprised that you already do! And there might be more you can teach them.
Today let’s talk about defining the problem. Have you ever felt like something was wrong in your life, but you just couldn’t put your finger on what it was?
Why should you be part of a solution when you can profit more from adding to the problem? This seems to be the defining question of my generation, a generation which in my opinion, in the rear-view mirror of history, will equal the infamous Nero generation who fiddled away the Roman Empire. In 1969 Pollution […]