Vol. 9 Nbr. 8, September 2008
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- Senseitive stuff.
- Sensing home: with Sarah Susanka in New Life Journal's interview with the acclaimed author and architect, she shares what makes her feel most at home and how we can all create "Not So Big" spaces that appeal to those big five.
- The 7 senses? That's right. There's more than just the classic five, says occupational therapist Monika Lesch.
- Sense you asked ... New Life Journal's Maggie Cramer hits the streets to get a sense if there's a favorite of the five.
- Symbolism: seeing or experiencing? Theresa Sykes Brittany encourages us to experience with our sense of sight and beyond.
- Sounds like yoga: it's okay to imitate Darth Vader during yoga practice, says instructor Bill Hufschmidt.
- Get nosy with your herbs: aromatherpist Katie Keyes gets back to the basics of aroma and shares a pick-me-up you can carry in your pocket.
- Getting down and dirty: with your soil is a great step to a healthy garden.
- Chickens and the city.
- Fifth annual Relay for Clean Air.
- WNC sets farm to school example.
- Local dollars and sense: explore the sounds, tastes, textures and smells of a local tailgate market through the eyes of Ruth Gonzalez.
- Recap: the Ashevillage town meeting: Kristin Peppel shares the meeting's goals for a sustainable city and what you can do to move those goals into action.
- Gentrification and smart growth: Michael Figura shares what we can do to combat the negative effects of a move back to the city.
- Cloth book cover: New Life Journal's editorial team heads back to school with this simple book jacket.
- Q&A: healthy lighting.
- Recycling your CFLs.
- Simple yet savory: Sevananda Market's Jennifer Franklin shares the flavors of her favorite salad.
- Calvin Robinson: the bees' knees.