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The Incongruity of Snow

22 February 2018 – There! That’s what I mean. Not “Silly in Snow” or “Surprised in Snow” — though both titles appealed to my sophomoric love of alliteration — no, it’s the sheer incongruity of snow in Vancouver that I’m struggling to express. 615 more words


Tea For Two.

The Friday after our Selside adventure was much more settled and sunny and much less windy. TBH and I took what’s becoming a habitual wander around the coast to Arnside for lunch. 213 more words


Es lebe die Freiheit!

Today marks the 75th anniversary the deaths of Sophie and Hans Scholl. They were brother and sister and were founding members of the White Rose (Weiße Rose) movement, a non-violent resistance group against Nazi Germany. 453 more words


Hvordan sociale medier påvirker modeindustrien - KULTIVATION UK

Hvordan sociale medier påvirker modeindustrien – KULTIVATION UK

Siden 2004, da Mark Zuckerberg lancerede den første social networking site: Facebook. Verden er blevet absorberet i en vanvittighed af hashtags, memes og et konstant ønske om lignende. 552 more words



Hi friends!  How’s your week going?

I’m not sure if it’s the budding snowdrops, the extra half hour of sun in the evening,  or just my retreating cold, but I’ve been thinking about fresh starts the past few days.  1,018 more words


"Ruff" Restrictions

When I discovered walking almost a year ago my options for the daily dog walk were suddenly thrown wide open. I was gaining the confidence to go and explore these unknown footpaths and for the most part could navigate a short route. 664 more words


New News on Walking in Chicago!

I’m delighted to announce that there are changes afoot for the annual Jane’s WalkCHICAGO event. I’m still going to be working on inspiring civic engagement and creative responses for cities, though! 348 more words