Author Archives: somethingaboutacat

into the pensieve

I hope everybody got that Harry Potter reference. If you didn’t, a pensieve is a shallow, stone basin that holds particular memories that the witch or wizard has removed from their mind, so that they can revisit later on. It … Continue reading

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au naturale

This is our last (regular) blog! That is so crazy, the semester has flown by. Just as a side note, I think it’s only fair to tell you that I am currently writing this after having not slept last night … Continue reading

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everything in the kitchen sink

Hey bloggers. I learned a lot this week about C2C and I did have somewhat of a learning epiphany. I like to call it an OMG SERIOUSLY moment, while reading “Waste Equals Food”. It was when the author discussed how … Continue reading

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the local catch

Hey guys. I think we need to work on our weekends being more sustainable, ammirite? It went by way too quickly. Anyways, no epiphany from me last week. However, I did really enjoy watching the film on Thursday about living … Continue reading

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hug a tree to save a tree

Sup tree-huggers? This week I did not have an epiphany. Unfortunately I was not in class on Thursday for the discussions but I did read, “How will we conduct business? Closing the Loops in Commerce: Running a Business Like a … Continue reading

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the all-inclusive PSS

Hello everyone. So this week, I’m going to chat about a few different things. Firstly, I didn’t have an epiphany (sorry everybody that was on the LOLA show, no offense at all) but a lot of the presentations did get … Continue reading

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“living in a material world, and I am a material girl” – Madonna

Hey guys. Happy Monday/almost Tuesday.  So this last week while I did not have a learning epiphany, there was a golden nugget of information that has particularly resonated with me. In Fletcher’s Needs (I can’t recall how to properly cite … Continue reading

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