January, 2013

30 January 2013 ~ 7 Comments

Better Activist Meetings

Do you spend a lot of your life in meetings? Or does it just feel like it?! Meetings are a big part of working collectively but too often… they suck. One of the things that motivated me to become an activist educator and facilitator was frustration with boring and unproductive meetings. Life’s too short and […]

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21 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Self Care for Political Warfare

Personal Goal-Setting for Activists My January so far has been all about goals and new year’s resolutions. I’ve started my own new regime for getting healthy and building resilience for another big year. I’m also supporting a number of folks to get clearer about their goals and intentions for 2013 through mentoring sessions. I’ve been […]

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14 January 2013 ~ 3 Comments

Healthy Activism

Activists face a lot of pressures that get in the way of living healthy balanced lives. When we’re focused on righting wrongs and winning change in the world our bodies and happiness can seem pretty low on the list of priorities. It’s seldom an overt decision: I hereby decide to eat poorly, skip exercise, and […]

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