Did you know September is Hunger Action Month? According to a 2014 study by Feeding America, 46.5 million Americans utilize a food bank. Lisa Tomasi, Philanthropy Expert and Founder of e-giving site YouGiveGoods, stresses that while many may feel that a small effort isn’t enough to make a change, every little bit helps someone who is facing hunger.… Read More Tips On How You Can Help
This went a bit slower this month, but I am happy to say that we used our reusable grocery bags more than not at the new organic food market that just opened up out here. Yay! I’m getting better at it…haha. We did get most of our lightbulbs changed over though to energy efficient ones… Read More One Small Change – February Report and March Challenge
Well, we were able to clean out around 200 items from our home (that includes little toys that went unused) and will be taking them to the Goodwill this week. I really need to improve on my grocery bag usage. I don’t know why this one is such a hard one for me to just… Read More One Small Change – January Report and February Challenge
Need batteries for the camera so no pics today but will have some up later after picking up supplies. With that said, it’s been cold here! Now I know you all who live in the North are probably laughing at us Southern weaklings down here..hehe, but Austin is not used to these temperatures. Last night… Read More Oh The Cold
So the challenge has been placed…Suzy, over at Hip Mountain Mama, is challenging all of us in blogland to One Small Change per month. The idea is if we all make just one small change in our lifestyle that the ripple effect of this will better our environment and our planet. Things to change can… Read More I Dare You!