A couple weeks ago, I discussed the NowActions I have taken in my posts: My Life Chronicles: A 2017 Update and Procrastination is Damnation: Embracing proACTION. Well today I have another NowAction to add to that list. I applied for a Position with EarthJustice!!! The position is only part-time and temporary, but this application resembles my biggest … Continue reading NowActions: An EarthJustice Update
Spooky, Full of Turkey, Spoiled in Gifts, and a New Year. With the approaching consumer-holidays, we can combat a season of electronic-carnage. Join me for an extensive post in the production of E-Waste and the mechanisms we can use to combat electronic waste. Note: this post is a hefty one, but I felt it was … Continue reading The Closet Skeletons of the E-Generation: Electronics and Disposal
While this year, is far from over, 2017 has marked the most influential year of my life. So I am going to take sometime to reflect on this year. This year, more than any other, I have so much to be grateful for. I want to take a few minutes to celebrate the struggles and … Continue reading My Life Chronicles: A 2017 Update
Climate change is a problem for all humanity and the only solution involves all of humanity. The same route of self-gain and privilege to resource abundance visible between ethnic and economic class, plague the consumption of humanity. Those humans most impacted by climate change are those most disadvantaged in society. If we are to change … Continue reading Inclusion is the Solution
Two weeks ago, in the driest desert in the world, I admired a beautiful and perfectly biological demonstration of life, reproduction, and fertility. In nature, what is the most beautiful and earthly recognized symbol of fertility and sex?... Flowers. Flowers are a biological mecahnism of sexual reproduction. Flowering plants primarily rely on beautiful pollinators like … Continue reading Sex Symbols of Climate Change: The Atacama Carpet of Flowers.
Here in it's finality, the palm oil challenge was possible with a little love, a little coconut oil, and a lot of yoga!... Yoga does wonders for my thinker 💡 This weeks palm oil post was difficult to write. Not because I didn't have something to say... rather, I had too much to say and my … Continue reading Week 3 & 4: The Oil In Our Suds
Ditch Starbucks questionable ethics for the artful, quarky, and local Baristas! It is old news that supporting your local businesses, rather than corporate and chain, supports the economy. BUT... The benefits of supporting local shops are not simply economic they are ethical!
By request (@Bhavana Jha). Here is a glimpse further into my Chile experience: Leaving behind my family in New Mexico, and my doctoral program in Delaware, I moved to Chile for 10 months of reasearch. Just before the 2017 new year, with three bags and a ticket stamped Santiago 🇨🇱, I boarded my southbound plane. Stretching … Continue reading A Glimpse into my Chile World