What is Wellbeing? As this magazine states: ‘Wellbeing - The state of feeling healthy and happy.’ It sounds so simple and it actually is, once we understand the art of ‘Allowing.’ Allowing is a state of opening and receiving and the opposite of resisting. When we resist, we are in a state of struggle and opposition.
With recent confusion over the reduced fixed feed in tariff for Solar installation, Wellbeing magazine speaks to Deborah Meaden from Dragons Den and Chris Hopkins of Ploughcroft to find out more about the benefits of installing renewable energy and to find out if now is still a good time to consider Solar.
We should have known. From the moment Food, Glorious Food became the Food Industry, alarm bells should have started ringing. Like any other industry, say, the Film Industry, we should have anticipated the upheaval. The scams, the scandals, the marketing, the scares. Gimmicks, hypes, propaganda and the backlash of the media. It's almost worrying the paparazzi aren't involved!
Farming was once this country's most important industry. Then, for a variety of reasons, things got tough and the industry slid down the prosperity ladder. The wheel revolves - farming is heading upwards in a big, big way. But there a huge problem is looming! Shortage of people entering the industry!
‘Going green' is extending into new and unusual situations. In pursuance of ‘urban agriculture', people living in cities and towns have been encouraged to give serious consideration to installing a kitchen garden on balconies, flat roofs and other suitable high spaces. This initiative should be seen in light with statisticians' predictions suggesting that cities are more likely than rural areas to suffer the effects of any future food shortages. Now ‘greening up' is extending rapidly into country towns and villages - but not necessarily in order to produce food!
The Eden Project has just launched a brand new website; www.edenprojectshop.com. Everything on the site is made using recycled and refused materials and many are sourced locally to reduce the overall carbon footprint.
There are gifts for all the family. Don’t give the usual gifts this Christmas, treat your loved ones to a fantastic H Racer (£90) it is a real Boy's Toy.