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Wake up with the sun. Work, play, exercise, eat. Go to bed when the sun goes down. Just don’t use anything that needs a plug – no mobile phone, no computer, no lights.
That was the premise of todays little experiment – to see how reliant I had become on electricity in my daily life. To find out how it went, Read on…
I treated myself to banana and coconut pancakes with passionfruit syrup for breakfast this morning
The length of my fingernail, this stunning little bug looking like a gold-tipped havana landed on my screen earlier.
Another cracking find in Singapore – and just over the road from Books Actually – it has a lovely collection of vintage clothes, accessories and emphemera like this jar from Roswell. Honest.
Every year visionaries, thinkers, and activists from a variety of fields are invited to present their ideas to the world through TED Talks. This past July, Green School’s Founder, John Hardy was asked to speak at TED about Green School, receiving a standing ovation. I am honoured to have added my small part to this amazing project. You can watch it here at ted.com . To find out more about Green School, please visit their site here
Had the pleasure of being introduced to a gem of a shop… Books Actually is tucked into a corner of Singapore near the financial district. Meticulously curated and elegantly presented. Well worth a look if you’re in town.
Had lunch with the gang at the bamboo factory today – It has to be some of the best food served at any factory on earth – tempe, tofu, curried egg, sambal, beans in peanut sauce and wild rice – all produced within a few feet of the kitchen. Amazing.
The view on my way home – a slight improvement on the top deck of the No.94 Bus
Looks like I have a new favorite dessert