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Links Love

Such amazing links up today. If you have some waiting around time or just want to procrastinate this is the post for you!

40 maps they didn’t teach you in high school…I was completely enthralled by these… 55 more words


DIY Compost Bin (Tennessee Edition)

I moved to Tennessee this week. Despite our Skype calls, Koz, Official Adventure Cat, completely forgot that I exist. Seeing as I’m now the one feeding him, I think he’ll remember who I am pretty quickly. 524 more words

Satoyama - Japan's Secret Water Garden

A glimpse.  A passing vision.  An inspiring reminder of what is possible.  When man and creation are woven together in a harmonious relationship of peace and life–that is… 392 more words


Spring Eating

This time of year, one of the first spring crops to come into the house are the Jerusalem artichokes ( also referred to as Sunchokes). A native to North America, these knobby tubers can become rather invasive, but if you can find an area to grow them ( and control them), they are a delicious spring addition to meals. 413 more words

Life At Fernwood

SS Peter and Paul Church Mural

SS Peter and Paul Church Mitcham is celebrating its 125 Anniversary this year. They are marking the occasion with this mural made by the students of SS Peter and Paul and St Thomas of Canterbury Primary Schools. 15 more words

Eco Art Workshops

I Light Marina Bay 2014 - A Photolog

A quick photo log of a past event… I am always slow. Anyway, I Light Marina Bay is a light festival which takes place once every 2 years. 360 more words