Supporting Local in Style | The Local Goodness Project

This article was originally posted at http://www.thelocalgood.ca Haven’t you heard? Supporting local is IN, and it’s always best to give back in style! That’s why today’s #LocalGoodnessYEG focuses on the Edmontonian fashion gurus that help us dress to impress, whatever the season.  Whether you’re an on-scene regular or not, there is a TON you can doContinue reading “Supporting Local in Style | The Local Goodness Project”

A Sustainable Edmonton, for Good | The Local Goodness Project

This article was originally posted at http://www.thelocalgood.ca. So often have many of us worried what will become of our earth as climate change worsens our environment’s capacity to sustain life. Some, like those with local Indigenous and climate-forward organizations the Beaver Hills Warriors and Extinction Rebellion, have been worrying and warning of these disastrous trends long before manyContinue reading “A Sustainable Edmonton, for Good | The Local Goodness Project”

The Local Goodness: Supporting Local on a Budget

This article was originally published at http://www.thelocalgood.ca. Even as many of us question where our money will be coming from as 2020 progresses, local businesses, non-profits, and other organizations like ours have been pushing “support local” as much as we can. And while we’re right to–economic activity is an essential part of community recovery–we wouldn’t be doing thoseContinue reading “The Local Goodness: Supporting Local on a Budget”

“You Good?”: Finding Edmonton’s Good in Isolation

This article was originally published at http://www.thelocalgood.ca. With something as large as a human-wide health crisis on our doorsteps, it can be difficult to hold on. The things we once thought to be solid have been shaken to the core. Some things have been broken forever. Business is different. Everyone’s at home. The streets are emptyContinue reading ““You Good?”: Finding Edmonton’s Good in Isolation”

The Way We Hold Ourselves: Understanding (my) Posture through Social Interaction

My stomach hurts and I realize I’m sucking it in again. I sit up straight and try to relax, giving my organs some room to breathe. I’m listening to the person talking across from me, but now I’m also wondering: where did this come from? When did my body learn to sit this way?  IContinue reading “The Way We Hold Ourselves: Understanding (my) Posture through Social Interaction”