Social responsibility is always on my mind. The reason why I write is because of social responsibility. The reason why I feel a strong desire to educate people about the environment and self-care is due to social responsibility. The reason why I devote my time to express what are non-traditional ideas is all owed to … Continue reading What is Social Responsibility?
It's that time of year again! This is the 3rd annual Clear The Shelters event where participating animal shelters will waive adoption fees in an attempt to literally clear the shelters. This has been a successful incentive in getting families out adopting since it doesn't come with a high initial price tag. When pets come from … Continue reading #ClearTheShelters on 8.19.17
Happy World Oceans Day! With less than 2 weeks til we enter the summer season it's crunch time to spread awareness about the ocean and its livelihood. Earlier this week I mentioned the polluted state of the deepest part of the ocean and also introduced one woman who's inviting people to help their local communities. … Continue reading Seabin Project “Vacuum” Cleans the Ocean
Hey there bloomers! Yesterday I started the conversation about oceanic pollution and how it affects the entire world. You can click here to view the World Environment Day post. But to recap here — this week I’m spending time on bringing awareness to this environmental problem that affects our entire ocean. Today I'm continuing that … Continue reading The 5-Minute Beach Clean-up Challenge
On Friday, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe will march from the Mall at Washington D.C. to the White House starting at 10am. This march is requesting that President Donald Trump meets with its tribal leaders to speak on respecting the rights of indigenous peoples but also the environment as a whole. This is an ongoing issue as the Trump … Continue reading March with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (3.10.17)
In light of the proposed budget cuts under the Trump administration, I want to show support for something that really matters: protecting the environment. Respect should be given in the order things have been created. That makes Mother Earth first in line for what's owed here. As decisions are being made to drawback strict policies … Continue reading Proposed EPA Cuts