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Update: The Work of Henrique Oliveira

Architectural Columns at the Palais de Tokyo Explode into Organic Forms wood installation architecture by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira.

What to do when you want to buy a homestead, even if you're flat broke #homesteading #personalfinance

Financing Your Homestead (even if you're flat broke

What to do when you want to buy a homestead, even if you're flat broke #homesteading #personalfinance

Today Make The Damn Space  Issue 04 of the monthly digital magazine The Unmistakable Effect (by the insanely talented @sianricho) is here! I've had the honour of contributing to the magazine with my article titled "How to Stop Standing In Your Own Way". It's about letting go of ghosts clearing out the mind releasing resentment harnessing creativity as well as learning your lessons (and unlearning your patterns). Here is a little preview:  "Making the space is like tending to a garden. If we…

Today Make The Damn Space Issue 04 of the monthly digital magazine The Unmistakable Effect (by the insanely talented is here! I've had the honour of contributing to the magazine with my article titled "How to Stop Standing In Your Own Way".

Tomato, corn and avo salad

Tomato, Corn, and Avocado Salad

WARNING: HOT (but oh so good)! Ghost Chile Hot Sauce © Jeanette's Healthy Living @FriedasProduce

Red Hot Homemade Ghost Chile Hot Sauce

WARNING: HOT Ghost Chile Hot Sauce 6 ghost chiles 1 small red bell pepper, diced 1 can whole tomatoes, pureed medium onion, diced 2 garlic cloves, cut in half 2 tablespoons cider vinegar 1 tablespoon organic sugar

A deep-sea chimaera—a cartilaginous fish related to sharks—seen by the Little Hercules in the Sulawesi Sea. Its snout is covered with tiny pores capable of detecting perturbations in electrical fields generated by living organisms. Image courtesy of NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program.

A deep-sea chimaera—a cartilaginous fish related to sharks—seen by the Little Hercules in the Sulawesi Sea. Its snout is covered with tiny pores capable of detecting perturbations in electrical fields generated by living organisms. Image courtesy of NOAA

Researchers at the University of British Columbia are concluding that trees are interacting with one another in a symbiotic relationship that helps the trees to survive.  Connected by fungi, the underground root systems of plants & trees are transferring carbon and nitrogen back and forth between each other in a network of subtle communication.

25 Best Ways to Detox From Heavy Metals, Pesticides, Environmental Pollutants, and Metabolic Waste

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