I use reusable toilet paper to be sustainable. How far will you go? In the conclusion, I link to 10 ideas to inspire you, too!Read more
If you have decided this is the year YOU want to create less waste then let’s get started! It took me quite some time to get to where I am and I am still evolving. Below is a compiled list of 10 ideas to help you become more sustainable in 2021. A list to inspire […]Read more
Do you want to create less waste and be more sustainable than you were last year? Start with a trash audit. Then use the data to waste LESS.Read more
We belong to the World. The World does not belong to us. Go outside, explore, sleep under the stars. Camping in Nantahala National Forest.Read more
– this one starts off as a celebration and then it includes a reality check… a hard pill to swallow; my journey to sustainable living continues. Wow! Look how far I’ve come- a premature celebration. Yesterday I lived in a comfortable bliss, feeling proud of how much I have changed in just under a year. […]Read more
I have compiled a list of Zero Waste or Less Waste products and behaviors I have been implementing. Here are some places to start- I do lots of research and am only recommending things I truly believe are necessary, not all the extra ‘fun’ products that are only adding to consumption. I have included links as well, either to small shops or to Amazon. I am an affiliate with Amazon so it helps to monetize the site at no extra cost to you; none of these companies sponser me.Read more
I showed up with no plans. I climbed a mountain, scuba dived when I was immobile on land, and got chased by wild orangutans.Read more
I wrap up my visit in California with 2 more National Parks and a visit to the Eastern Sierras/ Mammoth. I venture beyond barriers and find solitude among mountains, almost die, and find serenity under the milky way grounded in a hot spring. Oh! and I get inspired for my 3rd tattoo (which I get later in TX).
This is my second time to CA and my focus is on NorCal. I return in 2019 and focus on the South.
After researching multiple reputable sources to include: The New York Times, DW, The Washington Post, BBC, The Carbonbrief organization, and GreenPeace International, I have collected information to share the COVID-19 impact on our climate crisis. While it is a short term positive effect, it is not a solution… CLEARLY. Still, there are some learning points we can take away from this pandemic. Before labeling me an optimist- read the post!Read more
After going on an ‘everyday’, nothing out of the ordinary, hike I feel a sense of pride. I notice my growth and the importance of challenging myself physically and beyond to grow. Life isn’t meant to be stagnant.Read more