Breaking the Habit of Using too much TP

We all know the pandemic wreaked havoc on our toilet paper supply as people everywhere rushed to the stores to stock pile as if it were the actual apocalypse. TP shortages caused some of us to really think about how much we are actually using when we gotta “go”. Just how many squares on averageContinue reading “Breaking the Habit of Using too much TP”

Aloha!

Hello everyone! Just settling in to my newest home where I will spend my time working on a small organic farm in the North Shore of Hawaii! The farm is entirely self-sufficient and sustainable… an off-the-grid, organic, 6-acre farm that sits in the foothills of the most magnificent mountain range- and the beach..? It couldn’tContinue reading “Aloha!”

Waste Less

How can you waste less during the pandemic? We are all driving less, but ordering way more on Amazon. I wanted to offer some simple switches that we can all try! Switch your amazon account to ship less plastic to you! Make your Amazon orders PLASTIC-FREE go to your account click help scroll down toContinue reading “Waste Less”

Earth Day

I know everyone’s timeline is flooded with earth day posts and celebrations of all things nature, so I just had to join in. Today marks the 50th Anniversary of the first climate strikes. The streets were full of love and hope that in the future people might care about something more than themselves. This postContinue reading “Earth Day”

All That Glitters

This post only seemed right, seeing that my birthday is coming up. Birthdays are a fact of life, but an essential ingredient in many of those party’s come in tiny shimmering form; glitter! Glitter is another form of micro-plastics. Micro-plastics are everywhere from the air we breathe to the food we eat. The plastic bitsContinue reading “All That Glitters”

Lights OUT

Hello everyone! It has been a bit since I last posted, but I really wanted to get writing again. I have been quarantined at school in complete isolation for a little over a week now, and things have been surprisingly okay. I was in Spain for spring-break and could not risk giving the virus, despiteContinue reading “Lights OUT”

Reef Safe Sunscreen

With spring break steam rolling around the corner, and college students fleeing to beaches worldwide… There is something that MUST be said about sunscreen. Many conventional sunscreen’s today cause a lot of harm, killing off and damaging our coral in the oceans. When you wear sunscreen in the ocean, it comes off and leaches intoContinue reading “Reef Safe Sunscreen”

Reusing Soup Cans

This is why you should re-use your soup cans, recycle them when you can’t, and keep AVOIDING plastics. Aluminum has it’s upsides and downsides. It requires a lot of heavy machinery and enough land to mine from. In the surrounding mining areas, plant and animal life is immediately affected. However, the impact is semi-balanced becauseContinue reading “Reusing Soup Cans”