As the weather cools (and the mosquitos go away), I love to turn off the A/C, open the windows and sit with my kids to craft. You guessed it, I also love to reuse things that I have around the home already. Here are some...

There are endless ways to help the environment, and I invite you to explore four ways listed in my book, Bernie’s Escape from Ong Island. Purchase goods you really need. Whether it’s clothes, toys, or everything in between, slow down and think if you really need...

With so many buzzwords and hashtags floating around, sometimes it’s helpful to step back to examine what some concepts mean. Today, we want to talk about “biodegradable” and “compostable.” These words can get mashed together by marketers, which then infiltrates our society’s lexicon and the meaning...

There is real-life Ong Island and it is huge. It’s called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP). Yikes! The latest estimations of its size indicate a surface area of 1.6 million square kilometers—an area twice the size of Texas. Double yikes! While we are all doing what...

There are countless ways to live a green life. One way that gets overlooked often: thrifting! Thrifting used to be looked down upon, and considered uncool or cheap, but times are changing as fast as our earth’s climate. These days, there are entire social media accounts...