I had a little fun this week learning how to EDIT VIDEOS and even add text to them! OOOOOOHHH! A whole new world has opened up for me!
So, I’m starting yet ANOTHER fun new project that I hope continues and I grow in developing- Small Kitchen, Great Meal. This was really just a tester video, but I’m actually pretty happy with it, to be honest. Read More “Recipe of the Week: Red Pepper Pesto Pasta”
A couple weeks ago while working on my YouTube series “Healthy You, Healthy Earth”, I started discussing a topic which I realize I haven’t covered too much before. We all focus on the tangible concrete actions to take when protecting the environment, not many realize how important the EMOTIONAL side of conservation is. Read More “Passive Conservation”
Back in 2014, my husband had befriended a gym buddy who lived down the street. We would take turns cooking dinner, mostly using his perfect grill to create the most divine meals on earth. Read More “ZooFit Recipe of the Week: Homemade Cream of Mushroom Soup”
At ZooFit, we connect people to the earth in healthy, positive ways. And that goes doubly for the holidays.
Don’t get me wrong, I know we all have a quadrillion things on our minds during the holidays, and unfortunately, the planet isn’t typically one of those things. But here’s something to consider- without a planet, there IS no holiday season. There would be no celebration, no gift-giving, no holiday treats, nothing. Read More “ZooFit Holiday Guide: How to Have a Hopeful Holiday”
Halloween is JUST around the corner. This holiday is one of my favorite times of the year. It used to be the one time I’d let myself go absolutely hog wild and devour ALL THE TREATS. But that was before ZooFit, and before I fell in love with Asian wildlife. Read More “The Scariest Part of Halloween? Palm Oil in Your Treats”
One of my favorite points of conservation fitness is teaching people to meal prep. It has a powerful impact on our health and nutrition, and the environment. Read More “Plastic-Free July Eco-Challenge, Day 27- Meal Prep Like a Conservation Boss, Part 1”
As a kid in middle school (many moons ago), I heard a radio ad on my favorite station exclaiming “The earth is our home. CLEAN UP YOUR ROOM!” I loved this ad so much I made a poster of it as a school Earth Day project and kept it on my bedroom door. This confused my mom so much, because, I never cleaned up my actual room. Read More “Plastic-Free July Eco-Challenge, Day 20: The Earth is Our Home…Clean Up Your Room”
Whidbey Island is a fantastic and beautiful place to live. But one thing I wish I could change is the recycling accessibility. We don’t recycle near the amount of items that Seattle or other cities do. It’s the downside to small community living. Read More “Plastic-Free July Eco-Challenge, Day 19: Almond Cow”