Monthly Archives: July 2013

New Pearl District Park “The Fields” Could be an Ideal Outdoor Venue

July 31, 2013
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New Pearl District Park “The Fields” Could be an Ideal Outdoor Venue

    Having a wedding reception at Pure Space can now be described as not only a walk in the park, but a walk from the park. The Fields Park was recently opened a stone’s throw away from the urban-chic venue, Pure Space, on SW Overton. A modern design on 3.2 acres in The Pearl District, The Fields…

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How to Make All-Natural Insect Repellant

July 31, 2013
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How to Make All-Natural Insect Repellant

Summer is in full-swing and the bugs are out in full force! Some of my readers have requested a recipe for an all-natural insect repellant, so I developed formula made with essential oils that works well and smells good, too! Different essential oils repel different insects, so I used a blend of different oils to cover…

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How to Make All-Natural Insect Repellant

July 31, 2013
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How to Make All-Natural Insect Repellant

Summer is in full-swing and the bugs are out in full force! Some of my readers have requested a recipe for an all-natural insect repellant, so I developed formula made with essential oils that works well and smells good, too! Different essential oils repel different insects, so I used a blend of different oils to cover…

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10 Ways to Reuse Plastic Straws

July 30, 2013
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10 Ways to Reuse Plastic Straws

Do you have old plastics straws you’re thinking about getting rid of? There is no need to throw them away, as we have some great tips to help you put them to good use. At the Planet Forward blog we are always looking for ways to help you live a more sustainable and economical lifestyle,…

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There is no “mine” or “yours”

July 30, 2013
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There is no “mine” or “yours”

I just had a big realization. There is no “mine” or “yours”   There just       is   Recently, I was contemplating how I really know a feeling, energy or emotion is “mine” when I sense this in the moment.  It could be the person I am sitting with, it could be that…

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Lachy Pedroso from Cuba in this Conversations with Sarah Part 2

July 30, 2013
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Lachy Pedroso from Cuba in this Conversations with Sarah Part 2

Part 2… Lazaro Pedroso. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugmN_X-0XEY Check it, comment and pass it along Love, Sarah Read the full post

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My Heart Opened in SE Asia

July 30, 2013
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My Heart Opened in SE Asia

Dear Inspired Soul~ Owning Pink is at it again!  Here is the most recent blog post, which is an important one for sure! Traveling to SE Asia changed my life and opened my heart!  Read more by clicking here! And, post your comments below the blog. What has opened your heart today? I want to…

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The Zeitgeist of Net Metering and Distributed Generation

July 29, 2013
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The Zeitgeist of Net Metering and Distributed Generation

Zeitgeist is a German word that roughly translates to the mood or spirit of a period of time.  A few commissioners at the recent National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) event in Denver used the term in discussions about regulatory policy for electricity. Essentially, the utility zeitgeist for our time regarding electricity is based…

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Surry Report: You Are Where You Eat

July 28, 2013
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Surry Report: You Are Where You Eat

Tweet http://www.biv.com/article/20130604/BIV0114/130609993/0/SEARCH/Surrey-report:-Yo… A B.C. startup wants to change the way you eat your vegetables – and the way local farmers grow them. Instead of importing produce grown in California and Mexico, Surrey-based NuAgri wants to encourage sustainably grown organic produce farmed right here in its high-tech greenhouses. It has started construction of its first in…

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Warren Buffet’s Son Calls for New Operating System

July 28, 2013
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Warren Buffet’s Son Calls for New Operating System

Tweet http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/27/opinion/the-charitable-industrial-complex.html… I HAD spent much of my life writing music for commercials, film and television and knew little about the world of philanthropy as practiced by the very wealthy until what I call the big bang happened in 2006. That year, my father, Warren Buffett, made good on his commitment to give nearly all…

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