Engaging my coworkers in community activities across the lower mainland be they environmental or social stewardship. I want to unite my team in ways that benefit the local communities and make us feel empowered and inspired.
The more we know about each other and our cultures, the more we get out of living life! Sharing about each other´s culture is sharing another way of living - another way of eating or having fun, for example. It´s also walking in someone else´s shoes for a day.
I took up ballroom dancing (cha-cha and rumba) with a partner a few months ago, and despite a little unevenness in scheduling I had a wonderful time. It was interesting to see that it was very common to see men without partners at the lessons week after week - or maybe I just knew about them because I switched off now and again.
Green Drinks Vancouver A monthly gathering of anyone interested in 'green'. Green Drinkers are from all ages, backgrounds and groups - non-profit organizations, academia, government, small business, big business, self-employed, volunteers, students, concerned citizens...and everything in between. Every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 5.45pm At Steamworks (375 Water Street at the edge of Gastown) Social Tech Brewing If you work at the intersection of technology and community-building, chances are you'll enjoy the March gathering of Social Tech Brewing's Vancouver chapter. Social Tech Brewing brings together folks from social media, nonprofit organizations, community service, social activism, social ventures and technology to share ideas -- and beer!
OK, CLOTHESWAPS have been the best way going to breathe new life into my closet. If you too are looking for a "new" yet nicely-worn-in thin cotton shirt that already feels like someone loved wearing it, here's your method for trading in and trading up in the clothes department: 1. Cull your closet for clothing you have not worn in 6 months and load items into a big bag 2.