Life is like a 10-speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.” - Charles M. Schultz My mother regularly exercises her gears. The six years before she became a mother, she biked to work. After a brief break to care for my sibilings and I, my mother returned to her wheels and has … Continue reading To The First Cyclist in My Life: My Mother
Today influenced by a deeply-pitiful fever, I am sympathizing with the earth in the most humanly possible way. I sit here somewhat helpless as a greater organism, completely at the mercy of my tissue, cell, and organelle. Yesterday, my upper respiratory infection turned into Laryngitis. While no doctor has confirmed, the sheer inability to part my lips … Continue reading Go Home Earth– You’re Under the Weather!
Hello Lovely, here is a crazy fact! Three stories up from the streets of Santiago, I am writing this article while my floor is shaking. If you thought earthquake, Yes! It was an earthquake! I imagine you may be concerned, so thank you, and I am doing great! All my Chilean friends are particically unphased. Quakes … Continue reading Fruit for Thought: Simple tips to Reduce Plastic Waste.