December 5, 2010

Day 67: More Milk Please Mom

Today is a GIVE I may have normally have turned down. It would have seemed like an extra “to do” on my long list of items, but instead […]
December 4, 2010

Day 66: The Gumball Capital

This is the most amazing story I have ever heard and was sent to me by a good friend and reader. I have  bumped another GIVE for this […]
December 3, 2010

Day 65: A Goose Story

I debated with myself whether or not this was a GIVE of the day. I think I have replayed the situation in my head so many […]
December 2, 2010

Day 64: World Aids Day

Today I made a pledge to create awareness about World Aids Day. This is a GIVE we could also do any day. Aids / HIV is preventable and treatable. As quoted […]
December 1, 2010

Day 63: Tis’ the Season to GIVE to Yourself!

Today was one of those Vancouver days that anyone not living here, thinks we have all year round – cold, damp and pouring rain. Today was our walking […]
November 30, 2010

Day 62: The 12 GIVES of Christmas for Kids

This post could actually be called “The 12 days of Giving” but since we are on the edge of one of the biggest holiday’s of the year for […]
November 29, 2010

Day 61: What You are Doing to GIVE Today

Today’s GIVE was sent to me by a reader. It’s her GIVE but something I do every day too. I thought it was worth a post […]
November 28, 2010

Day 60:It’s Kiva Time!

If you haven’t heard of Kiva take the time to read this post. There has been some bad press about the microcredit loan system but this […]
November 27, 2010

Day 59: Blanket BC

This GIVE was sent to me by a girlfriend. I really appreciate any suggestions for these GIVES. I still have 306 days to go so all your ideas are […]
November 26, 2010

Day 58: Let it Snow Let it Snow Let it Snow

“Oh the weather outside is frightful, But the fire is so delightful, And since we’ve no place to go, Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let […]
November 25, 2010

Day 57: The One Thing We Can’t Live Without

I received an email yesterday from a reader who wanted to know what the big deal was about water conservation. My post refereed to billions of water being saved by recycling clothing. So […]
November 24, 2010

Day 56: Consignment Shopping

Have you ever wondered where all the cloths go that get thrown away in the world? Here are some shocking numbers from a site called Planet […]
November 23, 2010

Day 55: Clare’s Story

I’m not sure how I do this but I have this ability to draw in the most unusual circumstances to my life at time. I met so many wonderful […]
November 22, 2010

Day 54: Tip on Getting Over Your Fear – Surround Yourself with Great People

Today was a free day for me in Toronto. No cleaning, no husband, no kids, and no dogs, no charity events – nothing to take care […]
November 22, 2010

53: Collaboration

When you get a room of people together that are all there for one purpose – giving back – the energy is amazing. Last night I […]
November 20, 2010

Give 52: It’s Hard to Say I’m Sorry

I’m off – look out Gordon Ramsey here I come! Today is my travel day to Toronto to participate in the Chef’s Challenge for a Cure. […]
November 19, 2010

Day 51: Give 51 Scoop your Poop

As I am heading to Toronto on Friday to compete in the Chef’s Challenge for a Cure, this will be the last post on “shopping for a […]
November 18, 2010

Give 50: The Shop-aholic

Happy National Philanthropic Week on 365give! To celebrate this special week I am on a mission to find retailers and products that give back by just shopping with them continues […]
November 17, 2010

Day 49: Give & Shine

As part of National Philanthropy Week on 365give, I have been searching out retailers or products that are doing their own form of GIVING every day. If I’m […]
November 16, 2010

Day 48: National Philanthropic Week on 365GIVE – A Dog Story

I decided this week would be National Philanthropic Week on 365give. One day is a great start to be philanthropic but a week is a commitment […]
November 15, 2010

Day 47: Mir Peace shiwa BEKE Mup HEIWA irini PAZAmani siochain

One of the most renowned lines for over the years has been “World Peace. I want world peace.” It is a response some now mock from years of […]