today I’ve meet Rita a local organic farmer…very kindly person… and I’ve bought vegetables directly from her garden…
I’ll post two photos: amazing colors and lovely smell of nature!
Today I’m staying at home and I’ll decide to prepare new salad’s routine and other raw/vegan dishes like slice of not baked oat with hazelnuts, tahini sauce with kombu seaweed and soy’s oil….mmmm gnamm..delicious…perfect with the salads….and granola’s oatbars.
I found a recipes http://www.emloves.com/2011/05/soft-chewy-raw-vegan-oat-bars.html
I hope for the best !!!
I’ll post a few photos …!
today it’s the day :26 july 2010…he came here…near to me…
today it’s tha day: 26 july 2011…he stay faraway…I’m alone
It’s hard to accept…
but you can’t change the past.
You can’t go back and manipulate things to the way you wanted them to happen.
Because life’d be meaningless and boring and just not worth living. But you can change the future and that’s a beautiful thing about life.
Yes, you will make mistakes.
And yes, you will have bad days – but as long as you let the past go, you’ll have such a gorgeous and bright future ahead of you.
Knowing that things were meant to happen.
Knowing that each day you will learn something so that you keep growing to be a better person.
Life is like a rope, twined in all its complexities and yet weaved into one marvelous stream that you have the chance you use something amazing from.
So grab hold of it.
I’m here to write about simpler living and give everyday tips and thoughts with my experience….
Probably simple living as a lifestyle with a deliberate focus on paring away the unnecessary and eliminating excess. Simple living is about learning to do things for yourself and being as self-sufficient as possible. It’s about being frugal (but not stingy) with your resources and your time, taking steps to reduce and hopefully eliminate your debts, and preparing wisely for the future.
I’m trying to live a spartan lifestyle…I like this words Spartan especially when we use about woman…! In the past I was very naive girl, superficial about money, lifestyle and other useless things…. Recently I’m reading this book : Simple Living A back to basic Guide to Cleaning, Furnishing, Storing, Decluttering, Streamlining, Organizing and more . I accidentally bought this book on Amazon.com the price was good ( $1.99 kindle edition) and I thought ” why not…!?!” …
At the same time I read an article about Tim Kasser, who holds a doctorate in psychology and wrote The High Price of Materialism, explains that genuinely happy people express “intrinsic values” through self-exploration and self-acceptance, by maintaining close personal relationships and developing “community feeling.” In contrast, those who exhibit “extrinsic values” associated with the pursuit of wealth, status and image tend to display narcissistic behavior, to be less empathetic, have lower self-esteem and have lifestyles that are less eco-friendly. Even at middle school age, materialistically oriented students are “less likely to do relatively simple things (for the environment) like turn off lights when no one is looking,” Kasser says, “and less likely to reuse stuff.”
And then I had that idea: wrote a blog, share with other people experiences, tips and tools….!