Garden Girl: Reflections of Early Religion vs My Beliefs – April 15, 2014

CFN – I was aiming to write about gardening today, as the sprouting heads of the tulips along our walkway, and the bright yellow manes of the crocuses, that I proudly planted last year, excite me beyond words. I still aimed to write about gardening even after I read about the depressing current state of the… Continue reading Garden Girl: Reflections of Early Religion vs My Beliefs – April 15, 2014

Is Ignorance Bliss When it Comes to Cancer? by Garden Girl – March 28, 2014

CFN – I have been following recent local events and reading many people’s opinions on many matters and am constantly surprised by the ignorance I encounter. Do these people not have access to google? Have they not completed grade 6? Do they not have any rational intelligent friends who care enough about them to correct… Continue reading Is Ignorance Bliss When it Comes to Cancer? by Garden Girl – March 28, 2014

Our Personal Politics and Diplomacy by Garden Girl – March 19, 2014

CFN – One of the first few things I learned when studying journalism is the importance of being unbiased. You can’t rationally write an objective article about somebody or something if you have an attachment of any kind to the subject. Your opinion will sway the flavour of your article, consciously or subconsciously, and besides… Continue reading Our Personal Politics and Diplomacy by Garden Girl – March 19, 2014

The Power of Positive Thinking by Garden Girl – February 11, 2014

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CFN – More and more scientists are proving and acknowledging the power of positive thoughts. Not only how it affects us individually, but our world around us. I recently watched a Ted Talk (brilliant talks for anyone who is interested in enlightening themselves. The topics vary, and the speakers are just as diverse.) The specific… Continue reading The Power of Positive Thinking by Garden Girl – February 11, 2014

Accountability, the Lack of and its Relativity to All the World’s Problems by Garden Girl

CFN – More than ever, it seems a quality seriously lacking today in humanity is accountability. It is very frustrating to be knowingly lied to, the current fad of shirking responsibility. Some news from today made me ponder the subject in depth. Example one: A friend is selling their home. An offer was put forth… Continue reading Accountability, the Lack of and its Relativity to All the World’s Problems by Garden Girl

Super Heroes And Super Heroes In Training at the Sunnybrook Research Institute by Garden Girl

CFN – I recently read the Forbes compilation of the 30 best under 30 in science and health, and in all honesty, the profiles blew my mind. (LINK). I think anyone who reads that article will feel the same way, what these prodigies are doing in their own respective fields will eventually change our world.… Continue reading Super Heroes And Super Heroes In Training at the Sunnybrook Research Institute by Garden Girl

The Funny Thing About Love by Garden Girl January 3, 2014

CFN – As I have said previously, I am a 33 year old girl. I feel funny calling myself a girl, but I don’t feel right calling myself a lady, at least not all the time, yet… I say yet because I still love to sit at the kiddies table at family functions… Maybe it’s… Continue reading The Funny Thing About Love by Garden Girl January 3, 2014

Year One With Our Puppy, Drake by Garden Girl December 18, 2013

    CFN – On June 20th, 2013, my then fiancé (we’ve since got married), and I got a chocolate Labrador retriever puppy. I have never had a dog, so, my husband and I talked about it, and came to the decision of getting Drake together. (He is named after a male duck, not the… Continue reading Year One With Our Puppy, Drake by Garden Girl December 18, 2013

Permaculture- The way of the future, or just another fad? by the Garden Girl – December 11, 2013

CFN  – I am a 33 year old attempting to embrace the beauty of life. This quest has taken me to the realm of gardening. Recently, I watched a very inspiring video of a farm in Quebec,  and it opened my eyes to the difference between harmony and mono culture. In harmony there seems to… Continue reading Permaculture- The way of the future, or just another fad? by the Garden Girl – December 11, 2013

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