“The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.” – Arnold H. Glasgow Took these pictures the week that I was staying with my Dad after he returned from the hospital. Nature is a quiet, profound teacher.
There is nothing like skydiving. The view as you hang part of the way out of the door of the plane. The initial free fall where your stomach does a little leap. And the peacefulness once the parachute is pulled and you are floating back down to earth. Add it to your bucket list and […]
Precycling is preventing waste before it happens. Although recycling is crucial to reducing our impact on the planet, it still contributes to pollution. By precycling, you limit the amount of products that need to be recycled. In doing so, we can help conserve resources and save money. This is worthy work people – AND it […]
Three things non-profits can do to improve online fundraising results – and NOT have to spend money on advertising/media: Analytics & Optimization, Communicating Units of Impact, and Mobile Optimization/Responsive Design 1 / Analytics & Optimization A recent survey of about 400 nonprofits by the Nonprofit Technology Network found that half of the organizations surveyed are […]
This weekend I went with friends to the “white dove of the desert,” a national historic landmark here in Arizona called San Xavier Mission. Unbelievably, this Catholic mission was founded in 1692 (the same year of the famous Salem witch trials). The church is filled with marvelous original statues and mural paintings. Interestingly, the mission […]