Tips and Tricks to Find Your One, True Climbing Partner

Happy Valentine’s Week everyone. While most of the consumer culture would have you believe that this is a time to celebrate and show your appreciation for the romantic love you have in your life, I’m here to tell you that, no; what  you need to be worried about is whether or not you’ve found yourself … More Tips and Tricks to Find Your One, True Climbing Partner

Bioneers at CU

I’d been feeling rather out of touch with my permaculture side when I noticed a poster on one of the many copious bulletin boards in the CU Law library where I work part time as a barista. “Front Range Eco-Social Solutions Conference” it said, “hosted by CU Bioneers.” “Eco-Social Solutions???” I said to myself as … More Bioneers at CU

Today, a Poem

It’s been quite a week-tumultuous to say the least-and while I have many thoughts about recent political events and actions, I am choosing, instead to share a little poetry with you. When I am troubled I tend to turn to poetry, and while it doesn’t always come out of my brain, every once in a … More Today, a Poem

The Most Definitive List of Reasons to Go for Walks Alone You Will Ever Find or Ever Need

Hi there. I live in a place that is new to me. This means I spend a lot of time alone. I am alright with this most of the time. Besides all the other “normal” things that one might do alone, I also enjoy going for walks a solo. If you, too, find yourself without a … More The Most Definitive List of Reasons to Go for Walks Alone You Will Ever Find or Ever Need

The Many Faces of the Winter Solstice

Here in Molly’s Permaculture Land, we put a lot of emphasis and importance on the solstices/equinoxes/astro-influences. Call me crazy, but I strongly believe that presence and awareness of our outer landscape influences our “inner” landscape; therefore, how could changing of light and seasons not be important? Anyway, I probably don’t need to make a case … More The Many Faces of the Winter Solstice

A Comparative Analysis of Cats and Sourdough (this is what I did this week)

Inspired by diagrams, I present you with my thoughts from the week, brought to you with the help of the brilliant Toby Hammer. This is serious science. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF felis catus WITH A COLLECTION OF S. cerevisiea AND lactobacilli (SOURDOUGH STARTER): CATS: meow/purr have fur/hair will bite your face walks has legs, eyes, etc. is corporeal carnivorous … More A Comparative Analysis of Cats and Sourdough (this is what I did this week)