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8 Effective Ways to Not Burnout as a Struggling Entrepreneur

Building and maintaining a business is tiring work. Often filled with late nights, multiple jobs, and copious amounts of coffee. It is easy to become discouraged and begin wondering “Why am I doing this again?” This is especially true during the start up of becoming self-employed. Here, I would like to tell you how you […]

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Environmentalism

Affordable Adventurers Gear that Gives Back. “Camp, Plant Trees, Save Lives.”

“Because it takes 2 trees to hang a hammock, Madera plants 2 trees for each hammock sold. Through our partnering with Trees for the Future, to date we have planted over 10,255 trees and counting. Together, we are improving the livelihoods of impoverished farmers by revitalizing degraded lands. Since 1989, with our partner’s (trees.org) experience in planting over 115 million trees all over the world, we have demonstrated the transformative power of trees in helping people break out of the poverty trap while also addressing the global environment.”

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Poetry

Garden of Eden – A Poem

This day has been filled to the brim with magic and synchronicity. In dedication to the heart opening ascent into the soul of Colorado, I offer this poem. A totem to a day devoted to chasing dreams in the company of loved ones. Fearless flight through streaks of light and the cheers of God’s. Soaring […]

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Materia Medica

Dandelion Benefits and Uses – From Medicinal to Magickal

Latin Name: Taraxacum Derivative of: “taraxos” disorder “axos” remedy Common Name: Dandelion Traditional Names: blowball, cankerwort, doon head clock, witch’s gowan, milk witch, lion’s tooth, yellow gowan, Irish daisy, monks head, priest’s crown, puff-ball, faceclock, pee-a-bed, wet-a-bed, swine’s snout, white endive, and wild endive. Family: Daisy Planet: Jupiter ♃ Element: Air Medical Properties Anti-bacterial, diuretic, […]

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Guest Writer

Mother Spruce, A Story by Erin McCaffery

Smoke hissed and bled into the air, it was dark and the rain clouds covered the stars. Massive, swaying evergreens stood comfortably spaced for miles around, careful to leave room for one another’s roots and branches to unfurl. If the rain picks up I’ll have to take cover beneath one- it isn’t safe to continue […]

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Personal
Poetry

The Essence

Look around. What do you see? I see beauty. I see life. I see love in gold sparks, floating on the late summer breeze. Autumn slowly makes its descent. I can smell the sun bouncing off the trees. Leaves cheering in their gleeful dance. The day is new; Clean slate. I feel empty, yet filled […]

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