Raise your words,
not your voice.
It is rain that makes the flowers grow,
Vårt viktigste tips er å unngå engangsprodukter og sortere ditt eget plastavfall.
Kosmetikk og- rengjøringsprodukter: styr unna plastbetegnelser som polyetylen (PE), polypropylen (PP), polyetylenterefalat (PET), polymetylmetakrylat (PMMA) og nylon.
Det finnes mange enkle knep for å redusere sitt plastforbruk, men husk at alt man gjør av tiltak er bedre enn ingenting! Start i det små, og bygg deg bedre.
Takk til folk fra PEK, Tromsø 😉
[…] I decided to simplify.
Now, I try to answer none but one question:
“Do I feel like doing this today?”
I only think if I’m inclined to do some particular task today or not. If I do, I’ll get it done; if not, I’ll postpone it. Just like that.
You got a proposal of some kind. Should you accept it? If you try to answer that by thinking for the rest of your life, you’ll never know how to respond to that.
But consider if you’re willing to do it today.
You came up with a great business idea. Is that business your purpose? I have no clue. Maybe you’ll never know it for sure. Are you keen to do it today, though? […]
What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust. But creating trust and safety — especially in an uneven economy — means taking on big responsibility.
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[…] Since at least the time of peripatetic Greek philosophers, many other writers have discovered a deep, intuitive connection between walking, thinking, and writing. […] “How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live!” Henry David Thoreau penned in his journal. “Methinks that the moment my legs begin to move, my thoughts begin to flow.” Thomas DeQuincey has calculated that William Wordsworth—whose poetry is filled with tramps up mountains, through forests, and along public roads—walked as many as a hundred and eighty thousand miles in his lifetime, which comes to an average of six and a half miles [A/N almost 10,5 km] a day starting from age five.
Challenging answer here 😉