I've just started a new blog Credit Crunch Cookbook which is a humble effort to provide information and tools for surviving and even thriving in the hard and challenging economic times in which we live. Or as the tag line reads "Recipes for surviving and thriving in hard economic times" - more like the "Anarchist's Cookbook" than recipes for preparing meals on a budget. Although if anyone has some good and "thrifty" vegetarian or vegan recipes please do send them on.
just wishin anyone visiting this site a peacefull and sustainable(seriously folks) christmas.
so here i am in dirtie dublin.. workin' away .... wondering why anyone would voluntarily live here.. I'm thinking of running away and joining the circus.. and then it occurs to me that the circus probably stays in dublin coz thats where all the people are... and why, I ask you, WHY??????
hi hello anybody. i guess that we've all become incredibly busy again, as things get in the non-cyber-blog world. i just know that when i log on to this website that i feel that there is movement "out there" which of course there is, even if there is absolutly no visible evidence of it. so lately i've felt the need to be involved in somthing bigger, but i dunno what. It's just that we are all in our own little worlds, and just not connecting enough.
hi, just managed to set up a myspace thingy-ma-jig..with 3 of my pre-mix songs that got lost when the c-drive crashed.. www.myspace.com/joanwalsh
I'm running another Introduction to the Bach Flower remedies and Essences coming up shortly on Saturday 14th of July. It will be in room 8 at Milltown Park in Ranelagh from 10am to 4.30 to 5pm.
The day is a hands-on session of working with the Bach Flowers and attendees should come away with a good overview of Flower Essences and how to use them for yourself and in your practice. I've attached an outline of the course.
More detail on the course here:
Travel back in time to Saturday June 9th when Les Skalopes played in McGirl's. For everyone who was there and those who weren't...
hello , hello there everyone, this feels a bit like when people began to use phones for the first time years ago and they yelled 'ahoy ahoy' into the reciever. I know you are all there some where but i can't imagine where. Anyway i guess i should make a wish as this is my first blog "please forgive me" for somthing happens to you when you live out in the wilds of leitrim/cavan, i actually wanted to say how much i enjoyed the fayre on saturday and the very layedbackness and unstressfullness of it all. "A class divided" was very moving to watch - i love this hands-on approach to changing the "world".
OK - here's a real kicker.
Today I finished a major report for a client and decided to celebrate by watching the channel 4 news (yeh - geek girl!). So, they have a story about Carbon Trading - something I know nothing about - so I took notes.
Here goes what sounds like science fiction (and will you all just join the online library so I can swap some sci fi books).
Carbon trading came out of the Kyoto Agreement (or disagreement depending on who signed it).
Essentially, this is how it works. The carbon trading market involves big business buying credits for their emissions (read major pollution). If you go under your emission quota you can sell you credits to another industry that is over their emissions quota.