Want to know what it is like to hike Shi Shi Beach? Follow along as I hike the trail for my weekend backpack.
Today's excerpt from EcoWarrior Princess calls into question if travel conflicts with an eco friendly lifestyle.
I recently was fortunate to enjoy driving up the Oregon coast. Along the way I stopped at Thor’s Well and the Spouting Horn. The ocean is spectacular here, such power. I’m happy to know I am doing my part to help ensure we will have beautiful oceans for decades to come. Enjoy my video of … Continue reading A must do bucket list item in Oregon
What does that triangle and number mean? Can my pizza box ruin all my paper recycling? Learn tips to make your recycling more effective.
My sister shares how her family recycles in a tiny home. What a great system they have!
Last weekend I met up with the Xscapers for a skydiving convergence. The first thing people ask me is "Why I signed up?". For me it was 2 reasons: 1) last chance for me to attend an Xscapers event before heading north and 2) a great chance to use my new Go Pro, or so … Continue reading Drool? Dopey expressions? Skydiving? = Awesome!
First time using my Go Pro Hero 7 on Top of the World! Time lapse of an 8.4 mile hike completed in Laguna including West Ridge Trail, Chollo, Rock-It and Top of the World.
Best laid plans and all.... I had planned to continue my series on reducing waste with the 9 R's but find myself short on time this week. I am in Irvine for an on-site work event and the long hours and daily traffic filled commute are a big time limit (we even worked this Saturday.) … Continue reading Commuting, reducing and hiking
I've rarely met someone who doesn't know that we need to make changes to our way of living to better the planet. The difference between knowing and doing is truly realizing. Most of have something that is our final trigger that pushes us to start to make change. Maybe it's a picture of an animal … Continue reading Realize: Taking the Challenge!
We all know them. Reduce, reuse, and recycle. For years you've probably been doing your part by recycling your empty plastic bottles. What if you weren't doing as much good as you thought?