Cancer treatments have come a long way, or so I am told. I am not so sure this is true. I see a tremendous difference in my husband’s energy level and in his strength. It used to be me that was always trying to catch up to him, but not anymore.
Food waste is a troubling issue in the U.S. Perfectly good food is squandered away each day, resulting in a waste epidemic. According to the National Resource Defense Council, up to 40% of the food in the U.S. is wasted. So how can you reduce your food waste at home? Here are some tips you can use to be more efficient with your food.
The river, as we know it now, is not only dangerous; it is also endangered. This is, perhaps, the colossal price we have to pay for progress, or call it what you may. The river today also reminds us of a lovely poem by Robert Frost — the one that asks, “What to make of a diminished thing?” It’s a question that provides no real answer too.
Smokers are becoming extremely popular. With summer just around the corner, you might be tempted to buy one. Before hopping into your car and spending a good penny on a new smoker, let me ask you these questions: Do you currently own a grill? Did you know that you can use your grill as a smoker?
It was my mother who passed on her love of music to me. She showed me that the magic of great music came from the heart. I learned that a terrific song has everything in balance: the tune, the words, and most importantly, a singer – capable of interpreting it for others.
Karen Grosman is based in Toronto, Ontario. Her practice concentrates on painting, ceramic sculptures and large scale ceramic art installations.Recent paintings deal with concepts of death, rebirth, and impermanence. Ceramics explore ideas of superficiality, hidden meanings, the façade and the abject.
With a surprising mix of Eastern and Western cultures, Macau could be the holiday destination you’ve been dreaming of. Having been a Portuguese territory for over 400 years, the city boasts amazing architecture, culinary delights and great nightlife – all of which is steeped in history.
I thrust my ticket at the volunteer and headed for the facilities, only to find that there was one single washroom at which a small line had already formed. It was big, lovely, and fully accessible—the kind with a button to open the door and another one to lock it. But it was the only one.
Said the poet… hmmm
Living paycheck to paycheck when I first left college, I didn’t have much money leftover at the end of each month to do much else other than make sure the bills were all paid and maybe treat myself to Starbucks. I wasn’t financially irresponsible by any means, but between rent, student loans, and other living expenses, cash was always tight.