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Me parece misteriosa, e incluso bastante aterradora, la forma en la que la sociedad, el marketing y los medios se confabularon, en algún momento, para generar en las personas un enorme deseo de consumir compulsivamente bienes y servicios que, muy en el fondo, no son esenciales. 320 more words

Inspiration Behind Communication

One of my main goals as a communicator is to strengthen my skill set of connecting with others in alternative ways that extend beyond the realms of verbal communication. 434 more words


I’ve seen a lot of videos and blog posts that make capsule wardrobes look beautiful…but also very complicated. Not sure what a capsule wardrobe is? Well look no further! 721 more words


project use it up: a mini update

I had a box of things, but I tossed it during the hurricane prep fiasco, so this is what we have:



A common misconception is that a vegan diet is highly restrictive and unhealthy. I would say that, in my experience, an intuitive whole-food plant based diet is the opposite. 833 more words


Manuel Marin (Spain, 1942-2007)

Abstract mobile table sculptures. Enamelled steel combined with metal wire.

Manuel Marin was an assistant to the English sculptor Henry Moore in the 1960s and later worked as an art restorer and gallery owner in New York. 68 more words

Minimalism: Why Sparking Joy Doesn't Really Work

Let me preface this by saying I’ve never read Marie Kondo’s book, Spark Joy.  I have, however, been to a minimalist seminar that was based on her concept of decluttering.  792 more words