Cannon Canyon is a 99 year vision of providing food, shelter, and clothing to everyone for free. Because when everyone has these needs met, we collectively leave the rat race behind. Instead of competing, we free ourselves to focus more on creating and being. April 28, 2021: (1) Healing the world through shopping. (2) The only thing I ever wanted. (3) Blue. Bye. #ColorAnalysis #ColourAnalysis #StyleAnalysis #DarkAutumn #MadeInCanada #Love #Fashion #FashionIndustry #Relationships
Cannon Canyon is a 99 year vision of providing food, shelter, and clothing to everyone for free. Because when everyone has these needs met, we collectively leave the rat race behind. Instead of competing, we free ourselves to focus more on creating and being. The three topics for this month are: MY TRIBE, CELEBRATING, and WHITE.
Was there anything good about this year? Lots! And there was a lot that was not so good. This episode contains thoughts and feelings on the topic of what I love most about 2020. The colour for this episode is green, specifically emerald green. How does this colour make you feel? Leave a comment. The final topic is, “only at home”... when you hear this, or read this, what comes up?
In today’s episode, we delve deeper into Cannon Canyon, and the vision of providing #Food #Shelter #Clothing for everyone. As always, it’s about having everything and owning nothing. When it comes to clothing colours, I’ve been professionally draped as a DARK AUTUMN. This came as a surprise because I’d previously been told (by a beautician) that I was definitely a cool winter. The cool winter palette is actually the least flattering for my skin tone. This week I’m having an align style analysis, yippee yahoo!! In conjunction with the colour draping, this helps me introduce 6 perfect pieces per season into my wardrobe that harmoniously reflect me. Making this initial investment (the colour draping and the align style analysis), helps us make better fashion choices (clothing, makeup, hair, and accessories), and results in less waste produced by the fashion industry = fashion redefined and redesigned.
This episode is inspired by the Rumi Oracle (as are previous episodes), and is a philosophical journey delving deeper into ourselves. What is it about? Everything and nothing. Shakespeare understood this when he said that life is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. He wasn’t calling us idiots, but rather saying that none of us really knows what we’re doing.
What I know for sure is that I’m here for a good time. What does a good time look like? I don’t know. Maybe you can help me figure it out. In today’s episode, I talk about enjoying life, fractals in nature showing up as numbers and colours, and the colour orange. What rhymes with orange? Well, if you pronounce it with a French accent, then it rhymes with Solange (Knowles :-). Enjoy!
This isn’t where I thought I would be, but I’m always in the right place at the right time. Glad you’re here with me! This is me sharing my $375,999,999.98 vision of providing FOOD (regenerative agriculture), SHELTER (affordable, adaptive, incremental housing), and CLOTHING (six perfect made to order pieces per season), for myself and for you. There’s more, but let’s save that for episode two :-)