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I Need Your Help! Let’s Talk About Earth Day 2014

February 10th, 2014 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

Earth Day, 2013 Last April, Waits and I attended the historic Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival. Unfortunately, it was not what I expected. And that night I went home, and I wrote that teary, heartfelt post, and I said my piece, and I renewed my resolve, and then I moved on. Life goes on. But [...]

Positivity // Authenticity (and the future of this blog)

January 27th, 2013 - posted under: Furthermore » Inspiration

Oh Photo Booth, why you be flippin’ my books around? Last summer I picked up a book called Bright Sided: How Positive Thinking Is Undermining America. It was an illuminating experience, to say the least. The author explores a lot of ideas that had already been bothering the back of my brain, things that just [...]

Bonzai v. 2.0; MMM # 23 Round-Up; The Next MMM’s “DIY December”. Oh Also, OMG Coconut Oil For CHEAP At TJ’s!

December 5th, 2011 - posted under: Furthermore » Monday Monthly Mission

Let’s start with the important stuff: HELLOOOOO coconut oil! This is just a friendly heads-up, from one food geek to another, that Trader Joe’s is now carrying cold-pressed extra virgin organic coconut oil. And, it’s about HALF the price I’ve seen anywhere else. YAY! ~~~ In other news, hey look! Does something seem a bit [...]

Quotes and Questions

September 6th, 2011 - posted under: Furthermore

Emily Deschanel is an awesome actress and animal rights activist, as well as a proud vegan. She also happens to be expecting her first baby this autumn. Yay! Thanks Emily, Im so glad you liked the book! ~~~ In other news, we’re having a party! It’s “ask me anything” week over on the Bonzai Facebook [...]

MMM #21 Round-Up: Greening The Little Things

July 28th, 2011 - posted under: Furthermore » Monday Monthly Mission

My desire to replace my paper coffee filters got this whole Mission started . . . This month we took on a mission that seemed, on the surface, to be pretty simple: find those little eco-unfriendly things in your life, and “green” them. But sometimes the little things prove to be bigger hurdles than we’d [...]