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Friday, October 12, 2007



Blog Action Day - October 15th !
The Enviroment

Have you registered??? 2 days to go! You can still participate - it's not too late! Join the 11,320 blogs that have already registered. Are you participating? Send me a message - I will post a link to your blog in one of my blogs! Blog Action Day is about MASS participation. That means we need you! Register here: http: / / blogactionday. org/ the_environment

Want to meet some participating women bloggers? To encourage you to join, also. See how special they are! Enjoy the diversity - I have certainly enjoyed visiting them!


Lifestyles of the Chic and Vegan USA
Author: vko
About me: I work in fashion & am fortunate enough to work for myself and dictate my own schedule...which means I make time to play with my cat, go to ashtanga yoga and give voice to my passion for ethical veganism & the environment. I aspire to inspire and be inspired.

hippy chick's adventure to sustainable happiness USA
Author: shellywoman
About me: life of a girl and a cat making efforts to live simple. growing veggies, fruit & flowers, saving rain from the sky & celebrating the wonder of the almighty pile de compost. she sharing a home with a talking cat companion. he serving as chief interior bug catcher and squirrelspeak translator. both hoping to soon add chickens to the family and chickenspeak to the list of spoken foreign tongues. in short it's about me and my dirty finger nails as i dig my way through the days.

The Turning Tide USA
Author: the wife
About me: The Wife (L'épouse) is an avid blogger trying to raise conservation awareness. She lives in Pennsylvania with the Husband, the Dog and the Cat.

This is what she said ... USA
Author: Janet
About me: In 2001 I decided to go on a drive, I packed up my little 1992 Honda Accord and drove.(I still have my little Honda Accord...it has 240,000 miles on it and she is still going!) As you may know I got lost and ended up in Delaware.(Dela-where?) I currently live in Milford, also known as "The Dirt" or "Mil-Dirt" The locals, with there slower lower delaware accent, seem to pronounce it "Malfurt" So I live in "Malfurt", with my boyrfirend, Kevin, or Brownie as his friends call him. We (I say we, but really its his) have a "kid." He is a 130 pound St. Bernard Named Brutus, or Brutus the Barber Beefcake, as I like to call him. We enjoy taking Brutus to the beach. We have been trying to get him to swim in the ocean, but no luck so far. I can't wait to share my life with you all. Hope you enjoy!

Mermaid's Haven USA
Author: Candee
About me: 51 and loving life, my name is Candee ~ I design under the name CanDesigns. My blog is my haven, so I go off on life at times, but I always leave you a freebie for listening. :)

Livable Chicago USA
Author: Justyna Frank, Realtor
About me:
Biography
Realtor, Chicago, Keller Williams Lincoln Park
Born in Warsaw, Poland, fluent in Polish.
Graduated from the University of Chicago with an MA, pursued doctoral degree for several years, and subsequently decided against it.
Before becoming a Realtor, involved for many years in the cycling industry and advocacy as co-founder and co-owner of Rapid Transit Cycleshop, the original alternative bike shop in Chicago's Wicker Park.
Married with two children, Peter and Nadia, and husband Chris Stodder, and cats Phoebe and Freddy. Lives in a modest house whose lawn has been replaced with a free-form flower garden.
Interests
I live a double life of Realtor and bicycle retail store co-owner. Because I own the business together with my husband, I am able to focus my efforts on real estate. However, I do feel that my background in alternative transportation and interest in independent travel continues to feed my perspective as a real estate agent. I have sold all kinds of homes, including condos, lofts, single-family, new construction and income property. Yet I am drawn to homes with character situated in user-friendly neighborhoods: accessible, walkable, with street-level amenities and attractions. Since I am a fanatical walker, but hate to just wander aimlessly, the neighborhoods that appeal to me personally are the West Loop, Andersonville, Rogers Park, Hyde Park, and the town of Evanston. My own neighborhood, Sauganash, is becoming more like that, as more storefront businesses begin to crop up here and in nearby Edgebrook. My aim is to discover, showcase and create a livable Chicago.

Life by Candlelight USA
Author:Amy
About me: 100+ Things About Me
1. I’m a Christian. I belong to a Lutheran church and I teach Sunday school. But, most of all, I am a Christian. Plain and simple. 2. I’m a liberal. I am a member of the Democratic party but I think I identify myself as a liberal. And even more than that, as an American. 3. I never thought I’d get married. But I actually found Prince Charming and got married at the ripe old age of 31. 4. I’m a joiner. I’ve always loved joining clubs and groups. I’m always looking for an opportunity to get involved and meet people. 5. I love volunteering and doing community service but it seems like I never have enough time to do everything that I’d like to do. 6. I am owned by one black and white cat named Toulouse. 7. I’m a Texan (fourth generation…not a fake Texan like the President) living in California. 8. I have taken up knitting and I love it. It’s a meditation and it makes me happy to make things for people. 9. I love giving gifts and shopping for people. It is one of my great joys. 10. I am a big reader. I love surrounding myself with books. I collect signed first editions and my books are always one of the first things I unpack when I move. Getting them in order gives me a sense of comfort. 11. I’m a movie buff. I will see just about anything. Within reason. 12. I’m a cookie monster. I can’t control myself around chocolate chip cookies. 13. I adore Baskin Robbins peanut butter and chocolate ice cream. 14. My comfort food is macaroni and cheese. 15. I’m a highly sensitive person. One might call me “high-strung.” 16. I read the definition of “Success” commonly attributed to Emerson almost every day and I feel frustrated that I’m not achieving it. 17. I don’t suffer fools gladly. 18. I am impatient and I have a temper. 19. I like freebies and goodie bags. 20. I enjoy reading fashion magazines and celebrity entertainment mags. 21. I love cookbooks although I don’t do much cooking. 22. I don’t like being touched by strangers unless it’s a hug. 23. I would have liked to go into musical theater but I lacked talent. 24. I like traditional church services. Give me the standard litany and old-fashioned hymns. Electric guitars and Starbucks coffee cups don’t belong in my idea of church. 25. I have a weird sense of humor and love to laugh.
Read more...

I am what I am Kuwait
Author: .S.
About me: I am a 26 years old vegetarian (may seldom eat eggs!)and have a passion for discovering (only to know that they already existed!) places..be it do with food, fun or even fashion! Q8 (Kuwait) seemed like a short stint in my ever wandering life, but it semes to get into my viens now, good or bad.. i leave it on time! So if u share the same spirit, join me in naratting your own episodes in all their uniqueness!

Daily Health Bits USA
Author: Cindy Burreson
About me: Cindy Burreson has been in the nutrition industry for over 12 years in the capacity of Salesperson for such companies as MET-Rx and Ironman Bar, a Personal Trainer, Manager of a Nutrition Store, National Fitness Competitor, Fitness Model and Writer for an online fitness publication. She is currently seeking certification as a Nutrition Specialist and is employed by Biosintos Nutraceuticals as an Account Executive and Ambassador of Charitable Alliances. Cindy's goal with her blog is to offer daily health tips to foster wellness in every aspect of your life. Cindy lives in the Palm Springs area with her husband, two cats and beloved bulldog Daisy.

Yum Yum Café Germany
Author: Lia
About me: If you were sitting at the next table to me in a café today, these are the stories that you would overhear. The music is loud. The cigarette smoke is awesome; you are in Germany after all. The coffee is excellent. And, since this is a blog, you don't even have to lip read.

Climate of Our Future USA
Author: Deborah
About me: Climate of Our Future is a blog meant to open a discussion of global climate change by providing articles, resources and opinions that provoke our readers to thought and action. We’ll attempt to describe how our world’s climate is changing, what’s causing it, and how we can correct it.
Although the discussion of climate change and its manmade causes can be controversial, we can all agree that it’s important to do everything we can to safeguard our environment and its natural resources. Toward that end we’ll also be providing links to information that will allow us to reinvent ourselves as a more sustainable society.
Contributors
Deborah — Founder and author
I am very passionate about our environment. Growing up and spending most of my life in the Sierra Nevada Mountains has given me a deep respect for nature. I have seen many changes to the local climate over the years. There is smog now coming up from the valley poisoning the flora and fauna. This is why I started the blog, to raise awareness. Some say it’s too late to change anything now. I disagree, there is still so much we can do.

Are you in? Post a comment here with your link and I will visit your blog, maybe review your post!

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