How to Run a Beach Clean Up: Easy!

It is so easy to put together a beach clean up. Two weeks ago I turned to members of my organization and said "do you guys want to do a beach clean-up?" and they said "yes". Today we had about 20-30 people join us in collecting tons of trash! Location The boardwalk is a great … Continue reading How to Run a Beach Clean Up: Easy!

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Package Free Shop

Fellow environmentalists, minimalists, and zero-waste wanna bes... your dream shop has arrived in Williamsburg Brooklyn as of May 1st 2017. A fantasy green shop turned reality. Two zero waste specialists join forces to create the ultimate one-stop life-style change shop. Lauren Singer, of Trash is for Tossers, is known to be the pioneer of zero-waste living. … Continue reading Package Free Shop

Go Green in Big Business

I am currently inspired by a large success at Monmouth University, my school. Due to ceaseless efforts, Monmouth has agreed to redevelop their sustainability council. This will lock them into a 10 year plan of eco- revolutionizing this private university. The tipping point was after a discussion with the president and facilities management board member. … Continue reading Go Green in Big Business

Sustainable Practices- Reuse by DIY Rag Rug (How To)

I couldn't stand to throw away all of these garments I had collected throughout my life. This isn't because I am emotionally attached to these items ( quite the opposite) in fact I needed to get this clutter out of my life, but I couldn't let these items end up in a landfill. After all … Continue reading Sustainable Practices- Reuse by DIY Rag Rug (How To)

Mindful of Social Movements

Yes it is important to pay attention to what is happening in the world... Not just your country. Not just your culture. Not just your life.  Why? Because, if people around the globe are upset enough to protest about something, chances are these same issues may affect you. For example, if LGBTQ rights are on … Continue reading Mindful of Social Movements

The Giving Tree

There are many interpretations of The Giving Tree, Shel Silverstein. To me this is the tragic story of our society vs the planet earth. Humans foolishly take and take from the planet and rape nature of its resources without consideration of the consequences. In the graphics you may notice my hints at over population, conformity, … Continue reading The Giving Tree

Mindful Eating Tips

Chew your food until it becomes liquid. I do this habitually as a test to see how difficult it will be for my body to break down the substances I am trying to eat. My grandma used to say to chew 100 x. ( that was only because I used to eat as quickly as I … Continue reading Mindful Eating Tips

Mindfulness for personal wellbeing

Once again, I am writing to you today out of personal experience and opinion... with some science and love to supplement the content. As most people agree, life is difficult. It seems that when it rains it pours, and when its sunny outside you get burnt. As someone who practices optimism in day to day … Continue reading Mindfulness for personal wellbeing

Mindful Eating

disclaimer this is personal based out of my own life and research. There are many reasons for changing ones diet. To lose weight, to tone up, to deal with sickness, and allergy, finances, ethics and much more. Today I eat clean because I feel that I must. My stomach has been weakened to the point … Continue reading Mindful Eating

Stomach Ache Cure- Simple All Natural Elixir

Cinnamon and Ginger tea In an uncertain world one thing can be sure... Stomach aches are awfull! They can make you feel uncomfortable in any position ( sometimes forcing you to sit upside down on your couch...) Using heating pads, or due to some grand advertising reflecting on the "upset stomach diarrhea" jingle leading you … Continue reading Stomach Ache Cure- Simple All Natural Elixir