“Just a few days in my way to school with my kids my oldest daughter told me: “Daddy you are a monster, my brother said you are a monster!” 492 more words
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This is an article by Maria Moraes Robinson.
In October of last year I had the great honour to be invited to speak at Sustainable Brands Bangkok. 396 more words
One of the most provocative presentations for me at Sustainable Brands Bangkok last October came from Andy Last from Salt Communications. In his talk Andy asked the question “Who owns purpose in an organisation?” By this Andy was referring to the situation his company has come across in many businesses where they see different parts of the organisation start to get into the notion of purpose, but where conflicts and tensions start to arise because of the unresolved question of ownership. 174 more words
Spring Break is the time every college student looks forward to. After months of cold weather and snow, you get to escape to paradise getaway for a week (if you’re lucky). 492 more words
Venerable Phra Anil Sakya is a Buddhist monk who studied at Cambridge before becoming an assistant secretary to the late Supreme Patriarch. He now represents the modern face of Buddhism, lecturing internationally as well as being a deputy rector for foreign affairs at Mahamakut Buddhist University. 538 more words
I’m back with a review not on skincare or makeup but on ethical and sustainable products/brand. The brand I’ll be talking about today will be BAGGU – a brand I’ve seen floating around online but hadn’t purchased anything from till now. 441 more words