Some couples are so good looking that perhaps they cancel each other out. Could that be what’s causing the lack of chemistry between Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp in their new action/intrigue flick, The Tourist?
In a world where rising stars are celebrated, Katy Henderson loves the grace of falling stars. And in a brash time when bigger is considered better, Katy is mindful of things that start small. No wonder her band is called Katy Henderson and the Falling Stars and her debut CD is called “all things start small”.
It’s the final hours Human Rights Day. I spent a lot of the day thinking about Wikileaks and the powerful political machinery that lines up against you if you dare…IF YOU DARE…to challenge authority as Julian Assange has done.
Deep into November, a few last leaves cling to the trees. I always wonder about these leaves. What makes them hold on when millions of other leaves have fallen to their fate? Sometimes I think they are the stubborn ones, unwilling to accept the inevitable
Feeling overwhelmed by having too much clutter, too much stress and too much debt? These blogs about minimalism offers some brilliant and inspiring solutions to be more with less.
When Kerry adopted a cat name Eddie with three legs she worried about how to care for him. But this charismatic cat taught her a thing or two about living life to the fullest and loving like you’ve never been hurt.
By any measure, George Burden lives a remarkable life, experiencing the world in a way few people ever have. He’s soared through the air in a CF-18 during an aerial combat exercise and he’s marvelled at the ocean depths from a deep sea submersible. He’s swam in all of the world’s oceans including the Antarctic and the Arctic and somehow he manages to practice medicine, raise a family and write both prolifically and well. What’s his secret?
Once I saw the hole a bullet made in the human body. He was a Vietnam veteran and he told me I could touch it, stick my finger in the scar-tissued tunnel it left beneath his rib. Forty one years later I still remember my panic…
From the incredibly creative folks at www.ifixit.com comes a Self-Repair Manifesto. What’s this? Fix our own stuff rather than ditching it or recycling? What a revolutionary idea. Plus, if you give these folks a tweet they’ll send you a free funky poster with your own manifesto.
What’s a woman to do when she leaves country living long behind for an urban lifestyle but can’t get the the soundtrack of country music out of her head? They say confession is good for the soul.