Global Sharing Week starts today, an opportunity to focus on the many projects and activities that are making a positive contribution, a welcome change to the constant reel of negativity seen on the news. It’s a way of bringing people together and giving each of us an opportunity to contribute something, even if it’s seems small and insignificant.
It’s also the week that my lovely friend Sophie Sheinwald launches her new book Generation Share: the change-makers building the Sharing Economy. I’m super excited for her – she has been working on this project for 3 years with Benita Matofska and they have travelled around the world documenting some incredible projects that make a difference to their local community. They have a number of amazing events lined up in the next week and beyond; I’m so looking forward to their Brighton book launch on Wednesday. To find out what it’s all about and see if they are visiting your area soon, check out this link http://www.thepeoplewhoshare.com/generation-share
Inspired by their passion for sharing, I am going to be posting a series of videos this week, sharing my top tips and techniques, things I normally cover in my courses and workshops. So look out for:
- simple ways to create great flavours
- making flaxseed eggs
- how to make oil-free pastry
- how to make labneh ‘cheese’
- the cheaper way to eat plant-based
- almond ‘cheese”
The first post will be out tomorrow, so if you’ve not subscribed to my blog, now would be a great time so you don’t miss out. And if you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with anyone you think it will help too.
There are hundreds of Sharing events going on this week all round the world – check this link to see what’s happening in your area https://globalsharingweek.org/find-events