I’ve learned how two key questions – and the addition of Zero Time – can ruthlessly eliminate hurry from my life.
The unseen presence of too many voices overlap each other and drown out my own ability to think or create. Producing inefficiency at best. Paralysis at worst. It’s time to weed them out.
Green living is freer living. Simpler living. Shedding clutter is part of that.
Friends multiply joy and divide sorrows. They make the mundane marvelous and help us turn ridiculous situations into hilarious anecdotes. Friends can even improve your skin!
On a day when time slowed, we stopped together to learn something new: how to pair chocolate and wine, with their untold layers and limitless possibilities, staving off the busyness of life for an afternoon.
Lisa Bronner reflects on the ninth anniversary of “Going Green” by sharing some of her milestones and favorites.