Minds out of the gutter, I’m just playing with words.
I mean, if you WANT to practice Eating Green while naked, go ahead. What you do in the privacy of your home is your business.
What I’m talking about today is your sugar. Read More “Principles of Eating Green: Go Au Naturale”
Last year, I read an eye-opening book that helped develop EarthFit in such a way that I couldn’t believe I hadn’t incorporated the ideas before. That book was “The Nature Principle” by Richard Louv, and it was partly a follow-up to “Last Child In the Woods” and part follow up to the environmental/health movement he started with the coined phrase “Nature Deficit Disorder”. To me, the book engulfed the very idea of EarthFit and answered a very interesting “What if” question- “What if I told you that appreciating nature and getting outdoors would increase your overall health and well-being?” Read More “100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 90: Nature Deficit Disorder”
It’s a long drive from Whidbey Island to Portland, Oregon. And even in a Prius, it’s not the most environmentally friendly way to spend the one day out of the year dedicated to conserving resources and doing your part to protect the planet. But this year was not your typical Earth Day, and I was on my way to fulfill a few promises. Read More “100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 82: Not Your Typical Earth Day”
Every now and then we humans should take a step back and just stop growing up for a moment. Stop being so adult for a little while and see the world with children’s eyes and try stomping in puddles. See the wonder that is around us and explore our surroundings as if for the first time. Read More “100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 10: Puddle Stompers”