It’s the Fourth of July, and while many of us will celebrate our country’s independence, I wanted to help you break free from plastic this festive grilling holiday.
Yesterday, I gave a few example recipes using no plastic. I should specify that these are recipes I make without plastic mainly because I shop specifically to cut out my waste when looking for ingredients.
I’ll be talking about this a lot this month. A LOT. But for Day 2, let’s just focus on one meal. Just one meal, for today, that you prepare and eat at home. Dinner, breakfast, whatever. Instead of eating out this one meal, try to make it yourself at home.
July is becoming known as Plastic-Free July, an initiative to reduce plastic use and become more aware of our impact. This month I’ll be sharing ways to cut out plastic from our lives as part of the Plastic Free Eco-Challenge. These small changes won’t just impact the environment, they can change your whole life. Join…
I spent the better part of two months going into detail how to incorporate positive reinforcement training into your fitness routine. The writing went so well for me, I decided to compile the posts to create a short book.
Our first step in our fitness journey is discovering our Why. Once we have a better idea of WHAT we want and WHY we want it, the process of creating habits gets significantly easier. You want habits which will support these ideals, and promote our desired outcomes.
Finding your Why is an important component to finding the motivation to achieve your fitness goals, and start your journey to a healthier, happier you.
Zookeepers are an amazing group of people. They dedicate their lives to improve animal welfare, educate the public, and promote conservation.
ZooFit is a fun and unique fitness program which I am incredibly proud to share with the world. In the past, I have focused quite a bit on Conservation Fitness. Which is important because it’s one of my three pillars. Conservation Fitness bridges the gap between effort and success. Meet your fitness goals, help save…
It’s taken me a few days to decompress, but I’m back to normal and proud of ZooFit. I just have to toot my horn a little. After I got a little shut-eye and power naps.