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On #EarthDay, you:
a) Went barefoot ✔
b) Wore shoes
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#regram from @instagram Photo by @one_armed_chef In 2011, British photographer Giles Duley (@gilesduley) stepped on a roadside bomb in Afghanistan and lost both his legs and an arm. “I was told I’d never walk or work again,” he says. “But one morning I woke up and said to myself, ‘From this moment on, I will never think about what I can’t do, but I will excel at the things I can.’” Once he was back behind the camera, Giles turned toward his second love: cooking. Coining himself the One-Armed Chef (@one_armed_chef), Giles shares photos of meals from his own kitchen, and those he prepares with refugees and families living in conflict areas. “Food is a great way to build relationships,” says Giles. “When you share food, you become friends. Too often refugees or those living in conflict areas are portrayed as helpless. I see individuals who need support and help, not sympathy. So cooking with families, eating together — I think it shows solidarity.” Watch our story to meet Giles and see some of his culinary creations.

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Photo by @one_armed_chef
In 2011, British photographer Giles Duley (@gilesduley) stepped on a roadside bomb in Afghanistan and lost both his legs and an arm. “I was told I’d never walk or work again,” he says. “But one morning I woke up and said to myself, ‘From this moment on, I will never think about what I can’t do, but I will excel at the things I can.’”
Once he was back behind the camera, Giles turned toward his second love: cooking. Coining himself the One-Armed Chef (@one_armed_chef), Giles shares photos of meals from his own kitchen, and those he prepares with refugees and families living in conflict areas. “Food is a great way to build relationships,” says Giles. “When you share food, you become friends. Too often refugees or those living in conflict areas are portrayed as helpless. I see individuals who need support and help, not sympathy. So cooking with families, eating together — I think it shows solidarity.”
Watch our story to meet Giles and see some of his culinary creations. https://vnat.ca/1pSvANW

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Are you responsible for leading your organization into the future? Check out Inbound Organization by @dantyre1 and Todd Hockenberry. Available at @barnesandnoble (and @amazon). It will show you how to build that future around #inbound principles by putting inbound ideas into practice across your entire organization.
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#regram from @hubspot Are you responsible for leading your organization into the future? Check out Inbound Organization by @dantyre1 and Todd Hockenberry. Available at @barnesandnoble (and @amazon). It will show you how to build that future around #inbound principles by putting inbound ideas into practice across your entire organization. . . . . . #thursdaythoughts #thursday #happythursday #thursdayvibes #businesstips #businessbooks #hr #organization #newrelease #bookclub #bookworm #currentread #nowreading #flatlay #reading #mydesk #inboundorganization #hustle #entrepreneur #hubspot

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Photo illustration by @karencantuq
After a few weeks of sickness, Lily the golden retriever is finally back to her usual antics. “When we left the vet, you could see her excitement,” says her human, visual artist Karen Cantu Quintanilla (@karencantuq). “She ran toward these plants and started playing around, getting all muddy. My heart smiled, watching her being herself.” 💗🐞
Follow along to see more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPwildthing. https://vnat.ca/1pSvANW

#regram from @instagram Photo illustration by @karencantuq After a few weeks of sickness, Lily the golden retriever is finally back to her usual antics. “When we left the vet, you could see her excitement,” says her human, visual artist Karen Cantu Quintanilla (@karencantuq). “She ran toward these plants and started playing around, getting all muddy. My heart smiled, watching her being herself.” 💗🐞 Follow along to see more of our favorites from last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPwildthing.