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Planet of Slums

Cover image courtesy of Verso Books, designed by Dan Mogford

As can be witnessed by the drastic shift in cover art (see previous post), the end of my summer had a very different approach to thinking about Capstone. 558 more words


Do you remember the term “bag Lady”? It was coined by Erykah Badu’s Hit Song of  the same title. She brings to light the damage done when women carry around the hurt, pain of the past and frustrations and worries of the future. 508 more words


September is National Preparedness Month! Are you ready for emergencies?

Emergencies and disasters can strike at any time, and being prepared not only helps keep your family or business safe and secure until the crisis passes, but also helps speed recovery afterward. 133 more words

Professional Organizers

Adventures in Permitting - Interlude

I have talked a little about permitting in my first post on the subject, and in my August update I indicated I was still waiting for the City of Chico to review my race permit. 108 more words


Agnos, Peskin, Kopp and Kim all line up in support of light industry

The heavy political guns were out in force for a noon press conference at the San Francisco Flower Mart yesterday.

Former Mayor Art Agnos, President of the Board of Supervisors Aaron Peskin, State Senator Quentin Kopp and District 6 Supervisor Jane Kim lined up in support of the small businesses fighting for their lives against mega-developer Kilroy Realty Corporation, which hopes to develop the property into a SoMa tech campus.  260 more words


Year of Meal Planning

I’ve been planning monthly meals for my family for over a year now & just realized that maybe I should have been keeping track of what I’ve made & what my family liked & what they didn’t like. 374 more words


Staying Focused

My planning has got off to a great start, I’ve made myself some nice little printouts and popped them in a new file – so far so good. 110 more words