Goinggreentampa.com

If you want to be in the “know” of an array of topics regarding organic events, recipes, articles, business and more, and especially if you are in the Tampa Bay Florida area, Go to http://goinggreentampa.com/. This web site is fun, it is very informative, and best of all, it is my favorite color, GREEN!

Some of you may have recalled a few months back when I did an interview with Lisa Custer. She is the creator/owner of http://goinggreentampa.com/. If by chance you missed reading the interview, Lisa is in The Lovelings Room section of this blog. Scroll all the way down as she was my very first interview and I am very honored to have her there.

  Named a recipient of the 2012 Earth Charter Award, gives you an idea of the quality of this web site.

 As a guest writer for GGT, I was recently invited to write up a post on Organic v.s. Conventional hair color. The name of the article is called, Organic Hair Color- What’s the Difference? You can find it easily on the front page of the goinggreentampa.com web site. Basically I give some insight on the differences between the professional hair color lines, in addition to some tips on what to look out for in terms of toxicity. Hope you enjoy this web site as much as I do. And remember…

Shine as Love & Light!

Jules 

The benefits of being a hairstylist

I spent this day bartering. It is one of the great benefits of being a hairstylist. I had three lovely humans that I bartered with today. Leah, who is an awesome chinese medicine therapist. Lisa, the owner of goinggreentampa.com. She is also written in my Lovelings section of the blog. And Donavon, a very good electrician. 

Of course in an ideal world we could barter with everyone. But as we all know we still have to make money to pay our bills. Still, it feels so good to be able to trade with people sometimes. When I was a little girl, I recall how my elders would use the word money in terms of slang. They called it “bread”.  Example would be that I would hear my father say, ” I have to go to work to make some bread. And no, he was never a baker. ha! Well, there is an old saying that man cannot live on bread alone.

Bartering allows us to swim in the pool of equal sharing. We give a little, we take a little. They give a little, they take a little. And it’s all quality work. It’s a shared love made visible. In a world where cash rules, it just feels so nice sometimes to have the ability to step away from that and share something of substance. One of the ways we can exchange our gifts is through this heart felt intention. Can you find something that you can barter with another? I recommend it highly.

Shine as Love & Light

Jules ❤

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