This past weekend, I attended the Pacific Northwest Writers Association annual conference. I didn’t realize they were such a long-lived organization. This was their 64th conference.
I created the Conservation Hero WODs as a way to pay tribute to friends and mentors in the field of conservation. One of those friends and mentors was Roz Sealy, from Woodland Park Zoo.
I’m trying something new this month and attempting to post original workouts for my followers. Every Tuesday and Thursday check your inbox or follow me on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/earthfitnow/ I’m also working on ZooFit being more present online, so these workouts may make it on YouTube or Instagram. Hopefully. ZooFit is about making fitness fun and…
Let me first start off by saying it’s not funny that I wasted a custom agent’s time for my thoughtlessness. They have way better things to do than search some idiot’s car and what-not. But other than that, man, this story is HILARIOUS. If you don’t know already, I moved to Blaine, Washington. It’s RIGHT…
Every year during the American Association of Zookeepers’ national conference, the host city has a Zoo Day. This year’s conference was in Indianapolis, so I was able to enjoy the Indianapolis Zoo from a zookeeper’s perspective.
The Amazon is burning. It’s devastating, heartbreaking. and infuriating.
Wow, what a month!
Plastic-Free July is almost over. One more day. This is a perfect opportunity to re-evaluate your life practices this month. If you did the Plastic-Awareness evaluation in the beginning, try it again and see if your plastic waste has declined.
I was hoping to share some enormous news with everyone by now. Unfortunately, as life occurs, I’ve hit a small snag and will have to wait just a LITTLE bit longer to make it official. Many of you know I’ve been working on my newest project, ZooFit Safari. It seems like I’ve been working on…
There is something cathartic, almost therapeutic about moving to me. Living in the same place for over three years is kind of a rarity for me and my husband. We usually move every one or two years.