This week, for the first time in years, I am listening to Michael Jackson music again. A little background: I’ve been a huge Michael Jackson fan since I was a kid and found the Thriller video. From the first few notes, I was hooked! My family wasn’t much into celebrity gossip, tabloids, or even television, […]
Little by Little’s Petition Project is meant as a way to effect change through the use of petitions. It is not meant to replace other avenues of action, but rather, to enhance them. We chose to share all the details our of petition journey here—successes, failures, and all—in order to inspire readers to embark on […]
Consultation. A deceptively simple word for a deceptively simple concept. To put it into practice is a whole other question, which is why last month’s post talked about the importance of practicing consultation within the family. Most people who hear about starting a family consultation process are quite keen on getting it going; but many […]
The commercialisation of love makes me cringe, starting with weddings and Valentine’s Day. I mean, if you choose to spend a lot of money, time, and energy on either (or both!), then be my guest. But let’s be honest; we often feel pressured, sometimes subconsciously, to adhere to a (commercial) concept of demonstrating love adequately […]
Our “small” acts, put together, can build quite the new world order.
We have a choice to make between hope and despair.
Community building is hard work and requires a lot of love.
Isn’t it time that we stop the blame game?
Little by Little will be running petitions to convince large companies to provide items that we regularly use in packaging that is fully compostable.
Putting together a sun-filled January get together might be just the right thing to lift everyone.
Much of what you learn in the comfort of your own home can help effect change on a global scale.
Petitions are not only tools to effect change, but also to educate.