You Are More Beautiful Than You Think

Do you look at photographs of yourself taken years ago and say, "WOW! I looked good"? Then, look at yourself now with a critical eye? Perhaps, we need to see ourselves as others see us.This social experiment is very eye-opening. I hope this video resonates for you and motivates you to begin appreciating your own beauty today.WATCH: Social Experiment Video...more
I've seen both these vids before and agree they are so impactful. Also agree that the way we see ...more

HAPPY ... Dance along

The feel-good post of the year! Check it out! HAPPY ... Dance along. Hollan McBride, M.A.Corporate Engagement OfficerBlazon

You're invited! "AWAKENING THE LEADER" Global, Systemic & Sustainability Workshop

You're invited!"AWAKENING THE LEADER" Global, Systemic & Sustainability WorkshopJanuary 21st, 2013San Diego, CA...more

ORGANIC isn't healthier?

Recently, some news has been circulating about the validity of organic food not being more healthy than "other" food. The Elephant in the room EXPOSED. Let's consider this statement from a few different vantage points. Quickly! 1. US regulations state that products can be sold until proven unsafe. No accountability for safety....more

Can low-income families afford to eat healthy?

When discussing social and environmental justice issues, I hear many comments and questions. One keeps repeating itself..."How can lower income families afford to eat healthy?" I understand the argument and have participated in this dialogue. The inner-cities do not have the same access to grocery stores. Their choice is primarily corner stores that do not offer fresh fruit and vegetables. Rather, the least expensive things to buy include Cheetos among other non-nutritional food items. Or, there is always a McDonalds nearby....more

The Republic of Tea supports Room to Read

The Republic of Tea This is a great example of a company who is doing well and doing good!  Please support The Republic of Tea mission to help Room to Read build a library in South Africa for well deserving kids. They will donate one dollar per tin purchased!Excerpt taken from Room to Read web site....more