Category: Open Arts

A Bigger Piture by Vanessa Nakate

Vanessa Nakate is a young climate activist from Uganda. When she became aware of the climate crisis and its disastrous impact upon her country, she decided she had to do something. She became internationally known at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. She was one of five international delegates alongside Greta Thunberg. The

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Beets Me

Our beet (and carrot) harvest — beets older than Baby Angel! We are going to ferment them for her birthday fiesta. Gotta love nature, people. And dang, I’m sorry if you don’t love beets – I am so lucky I married a Polaki dude who loves his ROOTS 😉

Anger Rooms

Learning about anger rooms for the first time from A. during our online conversation made me very curious. As far as I know, there is not one in my community yet. I did a bit of online research, and I found this interesting article, “When are Anger Rooms Beneficial?.” For those interested, it is an

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So exceptional…

Well, as you know, I LOVE Helena de Groot and Poetry Off the Shelf. She is such an intuitive and honest interviewer and always, always brings out the best in the poets she speaks with. This episode is exceptional. As if often the case, I was not familiar with the writer but now I cannot

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