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Introducing myself and my journal: Cultivate Life

About Me:
My name is Chanti. I live in the foothills of the Cariboo Mountains in British Columbia Canada. I am a mother to two boys. Our family (Jake myself, Jah and Zech) live quite rurally and simply. We have chickens, cows and grow alot of food for ourselves and to share with others. I am beginning work on establishing a regioal magazine called Cultivate Life. The purpose of this magazine is to encourage people to live a life of purpose and to connect with and strengthen their support of our local community


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That sounds like you lead a good life. Welcome to World Pulse, and good luck with your magazine.

efe's picture

welcome to the "city"

i am sure you have exciting tales to tell us about your community in Cariboo mountains. i envy you for the fact that you get to eat farm fresh meals while i am stuck here in Accra eating junk food. I love writing. i would love to contribute to your magazine once it kicks off. So if you are interested in getting regular stuff from the other end of the world give me a holla

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I am in your country,enjoying it's beauty and (now) warmth! I am sure we will have plenty to share on this forum!
Karibu! (Welcome)!


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It is with great delight that we welcome you to Pulsewire. You might be interested in connecting with the following members who are each, in their own way, promoting local food production and sustainability.




You might also be interested in joining the Outrageous Gardeners group which can be found at:

Again, welcome and I know that you will find PulseWire to be engaging, inspiring and thought-provoking.
PulseWire Community Director

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