A Smaller Home Could Be Your Best Option Many people are reaching the point in their lives when they need to decide where they want to live when they retire. If you’re a homeowner approaching this stage, you have several options to explore. Jessica Lautz, Deputy Chief Economist and Vice President of Research at the National […]A Smaller Home Could Be Your Best Option
Category Archives: environment
Rewilding social care
“Nature has the power to heal itself and to heal us, if we let it. That’s what rewilding is all about; restoring ecosystems to the point where nature can take care of itself, and restoring our relationship with the natural world. Reconnecting with what matters.” Rewilding Britain  “Relationships need to be tended and nurtured […]Rewilding social care
Photos from Winter
Photo: Suzanne and John’s Mom. Snowdrops arrive in Massachusetts. I haven’t posted photos for a while, and now I’m realizing that today’s selection goes way back to early January, when Erik’s mother was still visiting from Sweden. She showed me a garden-like cemetery in Providence where she loves to run — and where we were […]Photos from Winter
Hooray for Footbridges!
Photo: Suzanne and John’s Mom. The beautiful pedestrian bridge over the Providence River in Rhode Island. This is a city that values free public space. On Twitter and Mastodon, I follow a guy (@FortPointer) who is a voice in the wilderness for free public amenities in Boston. He himself may be able to afford the […]Hooray for Footbridges!