Why Many People Don’t Give a BLEEP about Nature

Environmentalism needs re-branding.  Even with all of the important and necessary conferences, marches, debates, news coverage, and conversations going on about the environment – there are still so many people who don’t seem to… Continue reading

OOTD: Thrifted Outfits and a Vegan Bag

I used to be a pretty impulsive buyer when shopping for clothes, especially when I used to work in retail many years ago. This is sort of what I was looking for. This… Continue reading

Climate Talks Heating Up!

It’s gettin’ hot in here……….. As some of you have likely noticed, there’s been a lot of talk about climate change in the news from the Climate Summit of the Americas conference held… Continue reading

Can You Go Plastic-Free for 31 Days?

  World Oceans Day is challenging everyone to go plastic-free for July. I recently decided to do the challenge and figured I’d share this challenge with all of you lovely people! Join me?… Continue reading

BEAUTY: Buck Naked Soap Company

  If you’re into the natural beauty scene right now, this awesome Canadian company called Buck Naked Soap Company should be at the top of your list! I came across some of the… Continue reading

Thursday Thoughts: Fishin’ for Guppies in Trinidad

On this lovely (Throwback) Thursday, I would like to share one of the greatest experiences of my life – my time working in Trinidad as a Field Technician on The Guppy Project. I… Continue reading

BEAUTY: One Love Organics Microderm Scrub & Masque

I have extremely sensitive skin, so I tend not to try out new products too often and just stick with what works for me. However, recently a friend of mine gave me a… Continue reading

Grow Your Own Clothes: The Merging of Fashion and Science

Yesterday, I came across a tremendously fascinating and revolutionary woman. Her name is Suzanne Lee. She is a fashion designer and biotech innovator. Lee came up with a novel approach to fashion –… Continue reading

The Good & The Bad of Foreign Aid

Refreshing and inspiring companies are hard to come by, especially those that actively seek to address the imbalance of wealth and opportunity that negatively affects so many people in so many places in… Continue reading

Let’s Talk Eco Apps Worth Downloading

Smartphone apps are an easy way to stay connected, informed, and obviously have some fun too.  Since 83% of Canadian households own an active cell phone (Statistics Canada), it only makes sense that… Continue reading