Vagabond recreates iconic mens sneaker in a recyclable cherry-wood material

Originally posted on Life & Soul Magazine:
Swedish footwear brand Vagabond have given one of their iconic, classic men’s sneaker, Paul, a “nature” flavour by making it entirely from vegetable-based materials including a wooden upper. Vagabond’s Paul sneaker now comes in a recyclable cherry wood Ligneah material. In the manufacturing process, thin sheets of wood are…

A holiday to Mpumalanga – Blyde River Canyon, the Three Rondavels and MacMac Falls

Originally posted on Robbie's inspiration:
Day three in Mpumalanga dawned bright and sunny. We were all a bit slow getting going and we only set off in the car in the direction of Blyde River Canyon at 9.30am. This holiday has involved a lot of travelling by car. Fortunately, Gregory spends all his time…

Memory Glitches and Executive Functioning

Originally posted on ADD . . . and-so-much-more:
MEMORY ISSUES: AGING — Executive Functions and Alphabet Disorders (ADD/HD-EFD, TBI, ABI, OCD, ODD, ASD, PDA, PDD, MDD, MS, etc.) ©Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, MCC, SCAC Reflections from the Memory Issues Series: Forgetting/Remembering | When Memory Fails MEMORY: Movin’ it IN – Movin’ it OUT With Alzheimer’s getting so much press…

The UK government’s failure to answer questions relating to the alleged sarin gas attack hints at a cover-up

Originally posted on Road To Somewhere Else:
By Daniel Margrain On April 4, 2017, the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad was accused of intentionally deploying poison gas in Khan Seikhoun in Idlib province in the north of the country, In response to the alleged attack, and with near-unanimous journalistic support, the United States government…