Or about new experiences or ways of looking at life. Things like ‘read a new book every month’ or ‘laugh more’. Continue reading
Three months ago I wrote about how slowly the wheels of large, conservative organisations can turn, especially when responding to questions they’d rather not answer…or are just simply hard work for them.
And I mentioned how I had finally received a response from my main superannuation (retirement) fund.
Well, a short time ago I finally received a response from my other superannuation (retirement) fund. Continue reading
What are these people waiting for?
They’re queuing up to close their bank accounts.
Because they discovered that their money in the bank was being used to wreak environmental damage.
At the start of the (Australian) financial year, I wrote about how your money in the bank – if it’s the wrong bank – can Continue reading
A couple of protests have made headlines in the last few days.
The first appears to have been big news in Canada and the US and amongst environmental organisations. It was the Draw the Line day of action organised by 350.org against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline to transport oil from Canadian tar sands to Texas for refining.