SiGG a company renowned for its strong eco stance,.and beautifully designed recyclable bottles are inviting budding artists-designers, the opportunity to enter a competition to create a new design for them -and win a financial prize in the process.....good luck and let me know if you add an entry.
SIGG together with TalentHouse is calling on artists, design lovers and SIGG fans everywhere to create and submit an original graphic for the chance to have it produced, sold and inducted into the SIGG 2012 Collection. Submissions will be displayed online where the public can vote on their favorites. SIGG along with guest judge Sarah Backhouse of Future360, will choose a winning design in every bottle size category (0.4L, 0.6L and 1L) and will announce them 3 days before Earth Day. The winning artists will receive $1,000 cash prize, a portion of sales from all bottles sold and 100 bottles of the winning SIGG design. Three runner-ups and a People's Choice favorite will also be highlight…
I am in India, and this is the card I opened from my husband who is at home in London...It made me laugh a lot-especially as I have been referred to as a senior citizen ( just for the record Im 49 and a bit) whilst ive been here....I will be ageing disgracefully with my valentine....
I gave my son a Skype tour of my shared apartment here in Mysore.
When he saw my bathroom he was a bit puzzled and asked " do you wash in that bucket?"
I don't but I might as well as, as the shower seems to hit every surface in the room apart from my body.
I spend the whole time running around in circles trying to remove the soap im covered in-whilst every other item loo rolls, towels, toiletries gets a good soaking...good workout I suppose ( as if the yoga isn't enough), but a fly on the wall would think I'm a loony running around in circles on a daily basis.
Check out my gorgeous cotton yoga rug. I have a lot of mats at home and in my studio, but none of them the cotton type. Living in London I get hot and sweaty in my yoga practise, but never felt the need to use one of these-Here at the Shala in Mysore the heat is intense-this is both a help and hindrance in my yoga practise...I have been able to slip into poses that have been difficult for me in the past-but also have found myself slipping on my sticky mat, when I dont want to....So I gave this mat a dummy run yesterday and absolutely loved it....I felt more stable especially in the back bending-it helped with the jumping through ( I use that term loosely :-) and I loved the cool texture under my hands....so I'm a convert ....and back in London where its currently -11 it can double up as a blankie.
I know im on a spiritual journey here in India and such things shouldn't bother me-but look at the state of my hair!
I took myself off to a salon where a very sweet woman spent hours ( at least that's what it felt like) giving me the deluxe spa hair treatment...this is the end result Lol.
I think Im scaring the local children with this look... especially as I spent the first few days here asking "where is the magic school?" when in fact I meant mystic school-just need a brookstick and the look is complete.
Will be making an appointment to see Herman ASAP on my return to London
I can not be here in India and not post at least one cow image. They stroll up the street here in what can only be described as "mental" traffic without batting an eyelid-Huge trucks will rush past and still they keep moving ( or not), as they also like to lie down in Mysores equivalent to London Oxford circus...few more photos of life here.