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  • Osotr Launch 2

    Win a signed copy of The Other Side of the River

    It’s been oh so quiet around here as we’ve been beavering away on next Friday’s official launch of our new Womancraft Publishing book, The Other Side of the River: stories of women, water and the world by Eila Kundrie Carrico. I have high hopes for […]

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    Preserving Our Heartlands

    Our inner landscapes mirror the outer landscapes in which we live. Eila Kundrie Carrico, The Other Side of the River I belong to this land. This I know as truth, each time I walk this stretch of sand between the land and the sea, is […]

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  • Yes

    #CreateChange

    It’s not everyday you get to create change on a national scale. Today is one of those days. One of those days which democracy rules… and the power is returned to the people. Use it well my friends.   Today Ireland votes whether or not […]

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    Ten Ways To Work In The Spirit Of The Gift

    This is Part 2  of Mirror Living’s guest post on Revolutionary Economics. See Part 1 HERE. Her ideas have inspired me this week in how I have shared my Be Your Own Publisher course – which now has 40 enrolled students. You can join us […]

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  • Elena Ray Revolution Gift Economy

    Revolutionary Economics: Why The Gift Economy Is Not The Answer (right now anyway)

    I came across Mirror Living’s profoundly beautiful work in her recent guest post on Marketing For Hippies. I made contact with her straight away, as her message resonated so strongly with me and the ideas we have been exploring here on Dreaming Aloud about money, […]

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    Birthing Ourselves into Being

    What does it mean to belong? To belong to a place? To a community? But even more importantly…What does it mean to belong to yourself? To be yourself so fully that you colour the world around you with your presence and passion? This is what […]

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  • Down to the Bare Bones – Cutting (the fat of) Child Benefit

    Let us take care of our children, for they have a long way to go. Let us take care of our elders, for they have come a long way.  Let us take care of those of us in between, for we are doing the work. […]

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  • BALANCING WORK AND PARENTING

    An alternative to the work and parenting dilemma 1500 WORD ARTICLE- published in JUNO “The future is not inevitable. We can influence it, if we know what we want it to be…We can and should be in charge of our own destinies in a time of […]

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  • Coming home to ourselves

    (1500 word article, first published in JUNO) I am an old-school Romantic. At university I fell in love twice: first with my husband and then the European Romantics and American Transcendentalists: Emerson, Thoreau, Schelling, Coleridge etc. Through their nearly 200 year old words I discovered […]

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