Posts Tagged: permaculture

Self-regulation and accepting feedback: part 1

The following post contains my thoughts on permaculture principle four: self-regulation and accepting feedback (as part of my diploma process). This is part 1 of a two-part series, since it’s such a broad principle. Bear with me on this longer

Self-regulation and accepting feedback: part 1

The following post contains my thoughts on permaculture principle four: self-regulation and accepting feedback (as part of my diploma process). This is part 1 of a two-part series, since it’s such a broad principle. Bear with me on this longer

The competence cycle

I have a wee addiction to learning new things. While that may sound delightfully nerdy, it’s actually severely time-sucking and quite an annoying part of my existence. If I were brilliant or had even an inkling of study discipline, it

The competence cycle

I have a wee addiction to learning new things. While that may sound delightfully nerdy, it’s actually severely time-sucking and quite an annoying part of my existence. If I were brilliant or had even an inkling of study discipline, it

Front garden creates a community

“Je bent eten aan het verspillen.” Our neighbor, someone we’d never talked to but had seen walking his dog by our house every evening, stopped abruptly one day to scold my husband for wasting food. Our front-garden broccoli crop, once

Front garden creates a community

“Je bent eten aan het verspillen.” Our neighbor, someone we’d never talked to but had seen walking his dog by our house every evening, stopped abruptly one day to scold my husband for wasting food. Our front-garden broccoli crop, once

Less is more.

I remember the first book report I ever wrote, and it’s not the best childhood memory. It was in third grade, and it was over a book about an award-winning Cocker Spaniel. As I sat behind my little desk listening

Less is more.

I remember the first book report I ever wrote, and it’s not the best childhood memory. It was in third grade, and it was over a book about an award-winning Cocker Spaniel. As I sat behind my little desk listening

Paved Waves – Asphalt Creeping

“Plant petunias and question everything.” Paved Waves – Asphalt Creeping.

Paved Waves – Asphalt Creeping

“Plant petunias and question everything.” Paved Waves – Asphalt Creeping.

Cultivate your true essense

Thoughts from a friend I met on a Costa Rican permaculture adventure: Cultivate Your True Essence. Don’t ever forget: your mind is your garden.

Cultivate your true essense

Thoughts from a friend I met on a Costa Rican permaculture adventure: Cultivate Your True Essence. Don’t ever forget: your mind is your garden.

Permaculture principle 1: Observe and interact

Permaculture principles are a certain ways of thinking when developing a project or solving a problem, and they’re centered around three ethics: care for the earth, care for people, and fair share. I’ll be writing about these principles in upcoming posts,

Permaculture principle 1: Observe and interact

Permaculture principles are a certain ways of thinking when developing a project or solving a problem, and they’re centered around three ethics: care for the earth, care for people, and fair share. I’ll be writing about these principles in upcoming posts,