I always mean to get a lot done over the holidays.
“If you don’t find joy in the snow, you’ll have less joy but the same amount of snow.”
Treat yo self. Such a great mantra. But in today’s world, it’s been twisted to promote purchasing.
Remember when I said that I had decided to stay off the highway and take the long scenic route back? Well, it was worth the payoff when we drove by a huge rose farm.
In full view of the Peace Bridge stands the monument to Alonzo Clark Mather. The architect and dreamer of the Peace bridge.
When I got my new Wayuu Bag from Ekii Store, I decided to put it to the test by going on a walking adventure by the Humber River.
I keep talking about shopping. Well, because most of the fast fashion issues are so closely interconnected with shopping. That’s just the God’s honest truth. It’s a consumer society we live in, and the fashion industry is based on fashion – trends that come in and out in order to encourage more purchases – not style – a consistent aesthetic and way of dressing that is wholly personal.
Henry Rollins wrote a story about a couple having sex that is interrupted when she answers the phone. He wrote this moment:
Let’s face it, everywhere we look we have ads, or people’s highlight reels, or somebody enjoying something we want.