Self-Confidence and being Eco-Friendly

Your skin tells your story. Scars talk about your past. Skin tone talks about your heritage. Skin health speaks to your present lifestyle. The only thing a tanning bed tan says about you is your future wrinkles and skin cancer scares.

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5 steps on how to make this Autumn eco-friendly

It’s been a while! But as the air got colder (as in about 30 degrees colder), I started thinking about how to jump into fall and still maintain the eco-friendly lifestyle. This thinking process started in September and so I thought and thought and thought some more. I got a dog, ate some (ok fine,…

Snapshot Saturday: spontaneous zoo trip

This was such a quaint little zoo, I defiantly recommend visiting if you’re in the area. Feeling like you’re in the middle of the woods when you’re in the middle of the city is a difficult thing to achieve but, this zoo is quite a little gem inside Akron, Ohio

Green your life Monday: Beat the August heat

The month of August is also known as the pits of the summer. Everyone is hot and sweaty and ready for fall weather to start setting in. So today, on Green Your Life Monday we are going to talk about an extensive list on how to beat the heat (without hurting the planet): Wearing natural…

Foodie Friday: Whats the deal with GMO labels?

I take food very, very seriously. Anyone who knows me knows that I suffer from what some experts call “hanger”. It is a very serious condition where when a person gets hungry, they become what I call a “creature” (also known as a very unpleasant person to have in your vicinity). Since I also take…

Props Wednesday: Graffiti for conservation?

Before we get started on all of this, I want to put out there that I do not support any vandalism of any property that is not classified as personally yours (except for your mean ex’s shirts, go ahead and burn them). With that being said, conservationists are using a variety of graffiti to save…

Conservation Wednesday: Not your average Cecil the Lion post

The death of Cecil the lion, and any endangered animal is a tragedy and an injustice. The circumstances surrounding Cecil’s hunt, suffering, and subsequent death were purely out of a small man’s need to feel powerful. Any human being whose soul is sewn with any kind of decent thread will measure a man’s power by…

Snapshot Saturday: Thunderstorms and Lumo

I had the opportunity to visit the Grand Canyon with some of my cousins recently and it was one of the best experiences of my life. We drove up from Phoenix in the morning so we arrived by late afternoon. After driving from our hotel to the actual park, with myself and 5 of my…

Green your life Monday: Stop BUGGING me!

I always remember running around the house when I was a kid, trying to close all the windows while the bug spray truck drove around the neighborhood spraying God only knows what into the air. So since summer, and the bugs that accompany it, have descended upon us it’s time to talk about natural ways…

Snapshot Saturday: featuring Alex Goetz and his adventures

I bet you thought I forgot about everyone’s favorite blog day, snapshot Saturday! But never fear, my friends, I have a great feature in store for you today. His name is Alex Goetz, and his game is awesome photography and filmmaking. Alex is an Ohio native who’s restlessness has taken him from Alaska, to the…