Monthly Archives: January 2015

Future Consciousness

Looking back on the article that we discussed this week was “Thinking Ahead: The Value of Future Consciousness” by Tom Lombardo, that’s how we know how our future plays in our critical thinking, actions, success, and failure in our life. … Continue reading

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Becoming a Futurist

The articles discussed this week revolve around a key element required in the journey to sustainability, thinking as a futurist. For some, this concept may come more naturally and little bit more “soul searching” for others. Whether ideas flow quicker … Continue reading

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Anyone can cause a Paradigm Shift

After reading the assigned readings this week I did not know what I was going to blog about. The material just didn’t connect with me like it had in the past. Although the Titanistad article was interesting it just didn’t … Continue reading

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The Sustainability Rut

Often, when designing I fall into a rut where I seem to be paralyzed in decision making. I struggle at deciding what it is I want to create, how I want that creation to look, what color I want it … Continue reading

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My Plastic Bag Paradigm Shift

This week was a bit of a struggle for me in terms of the readings, especially at the beginning of the week; I did not seem to connect with them at all. The Titanistad article seemed to be too murky … Continue reading

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On The Path To Understanding Sustainability

The articles that we have read in class so far have made me realize a lot about sustainability in my life. I had never really thought about sustainability in the fashion world like I do now. The Easter Island article … Continue reading

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Easter Island

Within class this week we discussed the article we read discussing Easter Island—and what ultimately lead to the society that existed there to collapse. Personally I believe that the most striking aspect about the article is that the author reveals … Continue reading

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