I grew up in Bombay, India, a far cry from the west coast of North America, where I live today. Yet for a girl who grew up in the city, I was lucky to experience natural and wild spaces far from the paved, urban environment I lived in. My mother made it her mission to […]
Mother’s Day is approaching. This year will be my first year to experience it on the other side. As I write this, I feel connected to my own mother, our lineage of mothers, and to our universal mother, the Earth. It is time, now more than ever to shower our Earth with that sacred love and connection she has so long cocooned us with. As James Cameron showed us in Avatar, the consequences of ignoring the heart of our planet are terrible. And as art mirrors life which mirrors art, we see aspects of this throughout our world. The planet is heating up, something’s brewing. We have to act now.
Post eco-fashion week in Vancouver, here’s an interview with local yoga clothing company Tonic, where the Tonic Collective and Tonic Designers discuss yoga, lifestyle and sustainability.
I know we’ve chatted a little bit about goals and goal setting this year already at Yogue, but the newness of this year is still with us and I’m happy to share some insights and experience from a fantastic writer, yogi, activist, enlightened dynamo and friend of Yogue, Kimberly Wilson, a.k.a. The Tranquil Hip Chick. Here’s what she has to say about the magic of the start of this year.
Part comprehensive directory of “green” products and services available in Canada, part sharp-focus lens revealing the effects of harmful chemicals in various aspects of our daily lives, Ecoholic is also a comprehensive environmental product and services guidebook offering the reader simple and intelligent solutions to make more sustainable choices.