Is it just me, or does everyone feel better equipped to handle the day after they’ve brushed their teeth in the morning? There’s just something about menthol tingle that makes me feel like I can face all those are-you-kidding-me moments each day brings. You know, those moments where all you can do is grin and bear it? Best to do it with sparkling teeth. But, being a die-hard health nut and a die-hard environmentalist, it’s crucial for me to use toothpaste that fits my ethics.
In an effort to avoid all the chemicals on the market, Mom (Melinda, for those … Continue reading
Hello, everyone! Since this is my first post, I thought that I should probably introduce myself. If you’re not into the whole let’s-be-friends thing, feel free to scroll past this unnecessary, although good-natured, introduction.
Anyways, my name’s Riley Mae, and here’s a brief overview of me (know these facts and you pretty much know everything about me).
1. I’m an amateur birder
Species on camera: 60
Latest: red-breasted nuthatch
2. I’m an amateur horticulturist
What? Me, a Latin snob? Never.
3. I’m an amateur artist
My mom likes my stuff.
4. I’m an amateur knitter
I’ve been knitting since I … Continue reading
I would guess that there are tons of people out there who would argue that the world we currently live in is a safe one. The foods, the products, the clothing, the cleaners. Completely safe for the humans, for the animals and for the environment. In fact, why would anyone even suspect otherwise? Don’t we have government agencies created specifically to take care of these kinds of details so that we can focus on the more important tasks, like raising kids and following dreams? I’m thinking even scooping the litter box ranks higher than keeping tabs on the smorgasbord of … Continue reading