Hello friends, welcome here! So, welcome to this week's installment of Motivational Monday! For last week's, click here. This quote is yet another that I love and feel like it applies deeply to my life and the work that I do. A friend of mine from grad school shared it a while back and I … Continue reading Motivational Monday Pt. 2
Hello friends, welcome here! It is 5:00, I am not ashamed to say I am waiting for Taylor Swift’s music video for Lover to drop at 5:30. It is pouring outside and I am just feeling grateful. Life has gotten so busy with students returning to campus and my heart is so full. I’m … Continue reading A Drop-In of Sorts.
Hello friends, welcome here! So, I have been living a vegan lifestyle for some time now - to be honest, I do not know my vegan anniversary or the exact amount of time I have been vegan, but my standard answer is about two years (laughing face), and that’s been my answer all this year, … Continue reading Celebrating Being Vegan.
Hello friends, welcome here! *ahem* Excuse me as I pull out my soap box… I hate monthly subscription services. There, I said it. A subscription box is a service that regularly (usually monthly) delivers a box of goods to your door. Some boxes are curated based off of your interests making them highly personalized, some … Continue reading Oh, Subscription Boxes.
Hello friend, welcome here! I am so excited you have found Running and Plants! This is a project I have wanted to work on for a while! The post grad-school life has left me in somewhat of an academic limbo, and starting this project has brought me so much joy in such a short amount … Continue reading 100 Things About Me
Hello friend, welcome here! Did you know May is National Bike Month?? If you didn't, that's ok - up until this year, I didn't either. In celebration of Bike Month, I want to share some things I have learned from a year of commuting by bike. These are mostly based of of questions I am … Continue reading 10 Things I Have Learned From a Year of Commuting by Bike
I love being “Sustainability Person". You know, the person you turn to after you finish your Starbucks drink and ask, "Can this be recycled?" To which I will give you an elaborate response that you never asked for, but you'll listen because you can see the joy it brings me to share my knowledge with … Continue reading On Being the “Sustainability Person”