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url 2018-06-21 12:01
Conscious Living from Belgium Theater Cantina to Mountains of Serbia
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Conscious Living

No Plastic No Meat Thanks!

 

from Belgium Theater Cantina to Mountains of Serbia

Free Mind by Nuit 

Conscious Living and Listening to your soul

The Laika Theatre Group, based in Antwerpen, Belgium, uses food to look at the changes and struggles our s face in a typical “fast-food” industrial society, the modern day workers and consumers exploitation, done by fast food giants, the likes of Mc-Donald and KFC.

Directly engaging the audience, the stage was designed around us, the actors and singers were dancing, running, flying so we can fully sympathize with their troubles. A suffocated worker, or a fish farm cruelty, sterilized cloths, face-less silver of a Cantina, a painfully soul-less world that knows not of Beauty. In Spain a ‘cantina’ is a bar near the railway station where you can have a quick snack, in Serbia ‘cantina’ is a University's or a large factory's restaurant where one can find cheap lunch each day. In Belgium, where a Theater Group Laika comes from, ‘kantine’ would be a cheerless space where people eat communally...

Source: artof4elements.com/entry/221/conscious-living
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review 2018-06-17 18:14
THE ROMANCE READER'S GUIDE TO LIFE by Sharon Pywell
The Romance Reader's Guide to Life: A Novel - Sharon Pywell

This was totally different from what I expected. It is part murder mystery, part magical realism, part contemporary romance, part historical romance, and some things I cannot name because I do not know how to name them.

From the beginning you know Lilly is dead. Neave, her sister, needs to know how. Much of the story is told through Neave's eyes but Lilly fills in her parts when it would clarify what is happening. Then you get Mr. Boppit's view. I liked Neave and Mr. Boppit (loved him actually) but Lilly should have been paddled and Neave would never have been put in danger.


As a young teen, Neave read for a neighbor lady and she "borrowed" a forbidden romance which is interspersed through the story. It parallels Neave's life and paves the way for her to grow into her life. She is stronger than she realizes and has talents she develops as they are needed.

I liked this book. It was different and fresh, not cliched.

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review 2018-06-14 20:16
The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue - Mackenzi Lee,Christian Coulson

I want to reread this sometime soon to see if I can bring my rating up. I enjoyed it a lot, loved a lot of it, but just can't say I fully fell in love with the whole book. It's so great to see this book being mainstream though. And I'm really excited to see Felicity's book next. That should be interesting.

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review 2018-06-12 13:44
Go, Diego, Go! the Essential Guide - Brian J. Bromberg
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

Before reading this book, I didn't really know anything about Diego. I had never watched the show and just knew that he was Dora's cousin. This is a very informative guidebook about Diego and the animals he rescues. It goes through what Diego does, the tools he uses, and the people/animals who help him. (Sidenote: Diego has way cooler gadgets than Dora ever did.)

This is a good book for fans of Diego or kids who really like animals, but it's not that interesting to read through. There are tons of facts of animals and how they adapted to various ecosystems (desert, rainforest, Africa, etc.), but it is best read over multiple sittings. It's a lot of information to take in at once. Because it's a guidebook, it is just a lot of facts, rather than a story.

The pictures are okay, but many look like they were taken directly from the show so they are blurry. 
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review 2018-06-12 00:15
Entrelac Knitting
Entrelac: The Essential Guide to Interlace Knitting - Rosemary Drysdale

I loved this book. It starts with a very good explanation of how to make entrelac and then it gives a variety of patterns for entrelac to make the squares different and then gives patterns for entrelac. I even marked some to try and make. 

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