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The right time

Last year I started two small projects that didn’t come to anything. The work was done but the fruit was not born.

One of the projects was related to my garden. 164 more words


Late to the Resolution-Commitment-Intention Party

Is it too late to make a resolution? Or set an intention for 2015? One of my favorite teachers, Anna Guest-Jelley of Curvy Yoga, picks a word to guide her every year. 556 more words


Embracing Seasonality Part II: Winter Kale Salad with Blood Oranges & A Pomegranate Vinaigrette + Thoughts on Winter

Winter can be a rather bleak affair. When you’re in the thick of it, it feels like there is no escape; homes dimly lit by the winter sun and cold that envelops your whole body. 581 more words


Seasonality explains the global species richness of waterfowl

Latitudinal gradients drive the diversity of many species groups; there are more species near the Equator. Birds also follow this rule. However, birds, including waterfowl, have a second peak around the 45° N latitude. 420 more words


Soup Weather

We moved to Albuquerque last June, and are just now finding out exactly how poorly insulated our apartment is. The windows are beautiful, but our heating bills have gone through the roof this winter. 190 more words


2015 January Thaw

Each year we get a thaw in January. That’s just how it is. We will surely have another bitter cold spell followed by a few big snows but we get a breather almost every January. 164 more words


Embracing Seasonality & The Flavors of Winter

Growing up, I was unaware of the complex workings of our food system. I had no idea that oranges were an unnatural thing to see in the supermarket in the dead of winter. 553 more words