Monthly Archives: December 2014

25 Online Resources for Plant Based Living

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25 Online Resources for Plant Based Living

 

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  1. Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine: www.pcrm.org
  2. Veg News: www.vegnews.com
  3. The Seven Day Vegan: www.7dayvegan.com
  4. Forks Over Knives: www.forksoverknives.com
  5. Meat Out Mondays: www.meatoutmondays.org
  6. The Food Revolution: www.foodrevolution.org
  7. The Vegan Society: www.vegansociety.com
  8. Vegan Health: www.veganhealth.org
  9. Vegan Baking: www.veganbaking.net
  10. Non-GMO Shopping Guide: www.nongmoshoppingguide.com
  11. Local Vegan Dining Guide: www.thefussyfork.com
  12. Local Vegan Meetups: www.meetup/sandiegovegans.com
  13. Dr. Greger on Nutrition: http://nutritionfacts.org/
  14. Food Matters: www.foodmatters.tv
  15. Whole Foods: www.wholefoodsmarket.com
  16. Vegan Outreach: www.veganoutreach.org
  17. PETA: http://www.peta.org
  18. Living Gluten Free: http://www.livebetteramerica.com/health/gluten-free
  19. Online Cooking Healthy Lessons: http://cookinghealthylessons.com
  20. Free From Harm: www.freefromharm.org
  21. Paul McCartney on Meat: www.meat.org
  22. Care 2 Make a Difference : www.care2.com
  23. A World Well Fed Videos & Films: http://awellfedworld.org/resources/videos
  24. No Meat Athlete: http://www.nomeatathlete.com/
  25. More Dining options: www.happycow.com/

Bramble Yard Journal

My backyard transformation seems to have a life of its own. It grows in fits and spurts. I seem to be drawn from one project to another, inspired by things Donna and I have seen in our travels, or just a new inspiration suggested by the shape of the terrain, or the flow of water, or an improvement on a previous creation. I’ve long since learned not to be overly planful or controlling of the process. It’s much more energizing to just go with the flow and watch the yard grow organically.

There is no way to chronicle the evolution of the yard in a linear fashion. A more useful approach is a pictorial journal organized by meaningful groupings such as sections of the yard or significant features such as the deck and the water system. With this in mind, I created a Web Journal (using iPhoto on my iPad). I update it periodically and publish it to iCloud. You can view it at any time to see the latest changes. Click on this link, or copy it into your browser:

https://www.icloud.com/iphoto/projects/#3;CAEQARoQYcG3XcSyaTPPSzN8aQt5vw;59C171A9-2F00-4BEE-92F6-D96AA7B38720

I’ve included a few sample pictures in the slideshow below. Enjoy!