The healthy person has a thousand wishes, the sick person has just one.
Unsettling distinctions and liminality. These are the phrases that have been on my mind and in my mouth recently in conversations about tiny houses.
How can we step away from systems we depend on when we recognise that those systems are flawed or harmful? I have spent six and a half years in higher education, and I think this is one of the big questions that has underpinned my work throughout that time.
Last week myself and some of the team from OpHouse spoke at York Science Conference, the largest student-led science conference in Europe, where we explored how permaculture can lead us through sustainable urban development and what benefits the 15 minute city might bring. You can watch it here.
Physics is often thought of as the most rigid of the material sciences. Qualitative, or text-based data which focuses on opinions, beliefs, and relationships between people shares much in common with physics.
For many women, the home is a bad place to be.
How often do you have house parties?
I am a devout hedonist and even I only manage four per year.
Is it worth everything that it costs for a brick house in order to have enough indoor space for my four house parties per year? I’m not so sure.