Category Archives: Family Sustainability

Carlos’ Gift of Perspective

I asked C. Osvaldo Gomez if I could share his post with you. This is the gift of perspective. Enjoy. I did. Are You Saving Enough Money For Making Memories With Your Kids? I have two children, Rehani (5) and … Continue reading

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The Perfect Cherry Pie

“Don’t use bleached flour!” Gay Cook spoke with a passion and authoritative tone that makes you want to listen. The energy level of this 85 year old Ottawa foodie is wonderful. “For some people wanted white flour – I guess … Continue reading

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5 Steps of Change

Sometimes we will be enjoying a phase of life and think that it is absolutely perfect. Sure there are little things that we would like to change but the time or moment is truly joyful. I have been in one … Continue reading

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Green Family Vacation

A vacation is a perfect time to try new patterns and see if they fit. It can be many different things. The one that we love is as simple as cards. ¬†Games like Bull^&%*, or more nicely put “I doubt … Continue reading

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Clean Urban Rivers

So often in the summer, we as Canadians think of heading to the cottage. And yet many of our cities are filled with waterways. There was a time when we were able to swim here in the city. When we … Continue reading

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