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Learning history is one of the most important things for us to grow, understand the and create more promising future. We learn it from the books, movies, classes, but
who could be better to tell us about the history that those who have survived it.

Learning history is one of the most important things for us to grow, understand the and create more promising future. We learn it from the books, movies, classes, but who could be better to tell us about the history that those who have survived it.

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This is a really fantastic idea, Josephine Liang ! A lot of details and plans :) It could be great to focus on the seasonal products to reinforce the message about the food waste and food sustainability in general and add an educational component to the project, perhaps involving some local schools? 
I'm based in the UK so if you need any help, let me know :)

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Kasia commented on Do something for the First time!

Hello Carola,

Really like your idea and how it could work both ways! There are many things that older people didn't do in their lives but today, even in their age, they could and should get a chance to do something for the very first time! Here are some links that are on the topic and hopefully you will find them inspiring to the development of your idea:

http://whenwasthelasttimeyoudidsomethingforthefirsttime.eastpak.com

http://www.highexistence.com/30-challenges-for-30-days/

http://www.never365.blogspot.co.uk

Here is the movie with 1 second per day for a whole year, which shows that even the smallest things everyday are memorable and create beautiful stories to share): http://gothamist.com/2014/02/08/video_snl_cast_member_films_one_sec.php#.

They are all full of inspirations and visually led (especially the first one!).

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Kasia commented on Hitch a stroll/ Walk&Talk

Hello Carola! I really like your idea, it's simple, but really lovely. I see these exercise work out groups more and more now, especially with the nice weather outside: people meeting in the park and running together, mums going together out with their kids, etc. And especially in this rushed everyday routine, it would be so nice to have a moment to be outside and slow down a bit, at the same time helping the others . I found three things that might be of interest to you, maybe by reading you can find some more inspirations:

http://www.washington.edu/news/2013/06/05/a-walking-revolution-helps-older-adults-get-and-stay-active/

http://www.healthyalberta.com/632.htm

http://lin.ca/sites/default/files/attachments/IGPA.pdf