TATTOO GIVEAWAY. Hawaii residents only. 1st Place: 20 hours of tattoo time. 2nd Place:10 hours of tattoo time. 3rd Place: 6 hours of tattoo time. Runner up wins a $100 gift certificate. MANY WAYS TO WIN: 1)Book an appointment with me (counts as 5 entries) Excludes touch ups. (You must make the appointment day or reschedule (not cancel) within 1 week of the tattoo. Only one reschedule is allowed or you forfeit your entry) (a deposit must be paid to book any appointments) 2)Purchase a gift certificate! (Counts for 3 entries) (100 minimum) 3)Give Back! Show you donated to a charitable cause or volunteered your time in 2020 and I will also qualify that as an entry.
entries ($100 minimum.) 4) I would like to give back to my clients who were so patient and amazing during lockdown and so I’m entering everyone who had to reschedule into the contest automatically 😁. Enter between now and November 30th, winners will be announced New Year’s Eve, 2020. Finally, I’m going to donate 5% of every tattoo to local charities from now until December 31st, 2020. I am beyond blessed and grateful to have such a fun rewarding job, Thank you to the clients and friends I’ve made, it’s an honor to tattoo you guys, I look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones!!! Aloha!
And I’m super freaking excited about it oh my goodness! So I’ve been big on the idea of sustainability lately and literally and figuratively “hungry” for more knowledge on the subject. Call it manifestation in action, or whatever you want but I got my wish and discovered an awesome resource for diving deeper into the waters of sustainable living and giving a fuck. 😀
Just a simple post on facebook that I happened to click on lead me here, where I’m now starting free courses on permaculture, which according to the course introduction I watched a little while ago, is the “desire for improvement on how we do things. A creative artful way of living where people and nature are all preserved and enhanced…”
The courses are delivered in lecture format and cover multiple areas, the lectures are divided into:
Design and patterns
Plants, Climates and soils
Water and Aquaculture
Experiential site visits
and student presentations.
This is so up my alley. The first video I watched is an introductory lecture given by Larry Korn. He talks about many different things relative to permaculture, his experiences and what he’s learned about it, it’s interesting to listen to, he teaches in a “stream of consciousness” kind of story telling fashion. I’m looking forward to watching more videos and learning as much as I can about a subject I find equally fascinating and important. Moreover, I’m looking forward to implementing what I learn in my life and practices.