What’s Bringing You Joy in November?

Rachel: I’ll admit it, I’m a pumpkin-spice coffee fanatic and love drinking it once September hits. Something about the warm sweetness provides comfort, as the wind gets stronger and the temperatures drop lower. I have spent way too much money on this little habit. However, a few weeks ago, I found the above coffee atContinue reading “What’s Bringing You Joy in November?”

What to do after you vote…

If you haven’t voted yet, STOP READING IMMEDIATELY AND GO VOTE! To find your NH polling location, visit this site. If you want some more information and motivation, please check out my post from last Tuesday about voting and then GO VOTE! If you are still reading this, I’m going to assume you have alreadyContinue reading “What to do after you vote…”

Vote for a Greener Tomorrow

In one week, our country will make a very important decision – do we care about the future of our planet or not? Do we care about the future of our children or not? It won’t surprise anyone to know that a vote for Trump is a vote against our planet and our children’s future.Continue reading “Vote for a Greener Tomorrow”

Guest Post! The 45 by 2030 Pledge: Climate Change Commitment at the Household Level

Our friend, Jessica Forrest, is back! Following-up on her previous post, she imagines household level commitments on climate change… It is October, and typically there would be a buzz around the upcoming UN Conference on Climate Change, in which country governments strengthen their commitments to address climate change. This year, the conference has been postponedContinue reading “Guest Post! The 45 by 2030 Pledge: Climate Change Commitment at the Household Level”

Zero-Waste: Is That A Helpful Term?

The other day, our kids were at school, so my husband and I took a rare walk just the two of us. Like many couples these days, our conversation turned to current events and the upcoming election. We discussed climate change and the need for the United States to re-join the Paris Climate Agreement. HeContinue reading “Zero-Waste: Is That A Helpful Term?”