Reduce

It is up to each of us to change our lifestyles, and reduce both production and consumption. Will it be a challenge? Absolutely, but don’t we want to preserve this beautiful planet for our children and grandchildren? My approach to resource consumption can be summed up with these five words: reduce, reuse, renew, rethink, andContinue reading “Reduce”

The Post-Throwaway Culture

Pope Francis talks about a “throwaway culture” in his encyclical on climate change, Laudato Si: These problems are closely linked to a throwaway culture which affects the excluded just as it quickly reduces things to rubbish…We have not yet managed to adopt a circular model of production capable of preserving resources for present and futureContinue reading “The Post-Throwaway Culture”

Vegan for Life

Suzanna and I have been pescetarians for some time. That is, we have been eating a vegetarian diet along with some animal products: eggs, milk and dairy products, and sustainably-raised seafood. We try to concentrate on sustainable organic minimally-processed foods as much as possible which requires constant vigilance. At the same time, we both hopedContinue reading “Vegan for Life”

Vegan Whole Wheat Oatmeal Chia Banana Bread

A few weeks ago I spotted too many darkening bananas on the counter and decided it was time to make some banana bread. A quick search of recipes using SpringPad on my iPhone located this recipe by Emily Malone on the Dailly Garnish site. I have modified this already vegan recipe somewhat. My goals wereContinue reading “Vegan Whole Wheat Oatmeal Chia Banana Bread”

Why This Blog?

I am creating a new blog. A blog I call The Whole Geek. You probably want to know why? Because I feel I have something useful to say in the respect of wholeness for techies. Here are the three basic categories of posts I anticipate covering in this blog: Fitness & diet Sustainability & theContinue reading “Why This Blog?”