I had the wonderful pleasure of sitting in for a presentation by a member of Queens Botanical Garden's Compost Project. I learned that this project is funded by the NYC's Department of Sanitation, which is a wonderful effort on their part to create awareness & make rounds for organic matter collection. Here's what I learned. … Continue reading NYC Compost Project
Women are taking the forefront, once again, for equality! On January 20, 2018 the Women's March Alliance will be rallying up at Columbus Circle in New York City. With sister marches happening across the United States, you can definitely find something more or less local to you by visiting this list of Facebook events. This … Continue reading Women’s March on NYC 1.20.18
If there's one thing that New York City has, it's diversity. So why aren't we seeing more women or minorities pursue passions in web development or design? There is an outstanding need for people who can code & make websites... so why aren't there enough people to get those jobs? There's probably a bunch of fitting … Continue reading Diversity in Technology
Looking to show love and compassion this holiday season? I found this great website that helps you to find volunteering opportunities and/or find organizations that work for the greater good in New York City. Initiated in 2009 after Barack Obama encouraged more volunteerism in our country, New York City became the first "City of Service" … Continue reading NYC (and more) Service Opportunities
Here for some fun... a favorite song of mine "Because I'm Me" by The Avalanches. A long time fave and even better because the video takes place in my hometown New York City!
Happy 1st of June everyone! With the a new month starting and summertime around the corner, StayBlooming.com wants to send a message of positive reflecting. This summer, don't count your struggles as what held you back but as the challenges that came up during your success. I love this time of year in New York City. … Continue reading Summertime Enthusiasm
Here we are again marching for a major scientific cause. The People’s Climate Movement is much more controversial but nonetheless critical to the world and it's habitable nature. It’s taking place this Saturday, April 29th which also marks the 100th day of Trump’s administration being in office. It’s at the same location as last week’s March … Continue reading People’s Climate March on 4.29.17