The next color in the series is Red. A strong, traditional color that has been available for fashion for millennia, it is easily obtained as pigments and natural dyes and has not been radically improved by the chemical age. The color of caution, risk and passion, red is a popular accent color.
I can’t quite put my finger on when I realized that radio was political, but somehow, there it is. Even your choice between country, oldies and classical is supposed to be saying something about you. So, I am going to say something about me. I listen to BBC Radio 4x and have for years.
Looking back on the first 20 days of my 100 Day Challenge, I can see that I have been in a time of consolidating my motivation. I began this process of changing my habits out of an intuition that it would be vital to have a new relationship with the media to keep bright the best of my spiritual gifts, my optimism.
If a browser bookmark list is a glimpse of the state of my mind, then I am of decidedly two minds. I have one list titled “Shop” and another titled “Not Shop”. I built the “Not Shop” bookmark list to provide a counter balance to home/fashion blogs that always end making me feel like shopping. Continue reading “Mindfulness: Day 6”
I am not an audiophile. I don’t mean that I am an audiophobe, but I can’t claim to be an expert in music. If one purpose of a 100 day challenge is to make time in my life by banishing the crudities currently on offer as worth attention, I should find time to learn more about “music”. Continue reading “Vinyl: Day 5”
Sunday has always had so much potential. During this 100 day challenge to focus on the real in life, I am seeing where Sunday can step forward as the real hero and, during this time, become a real Sabbath. Continue reading “Salt: Day 4”
As an avid reader, the Internet has given me a lot to be grateful for. I can open any book I want, in moments. But, is there something to be said for real paper?