1. Help feed families in need

    A Deeper Dive into Food Security

    Dec 13, 2018

    It’s the holidays, and I’m sure you’ve already had a variety of requests from charities and non-profits asking you to help families in need this season. For some of us, food insecurity can seem non-existent because it is not our personal everyday experience and is often not visible. For others, it is an experience (even after overcome) that is a part of our everyday thoughts.

  2. Make It a Debate

    Make It a Debate, Not an Argument

    Dec 6, 2018

    Have you ever been paging through an article and stumble across a quote that just stops you in your tracks? Here’s one attributed to Adlai Stevenson that recently caught my eye. Stevenson was talking about political campaigns, but I think the idea can be applied to many situations. He said that the challenge was to not just win, but to win “without proving that you are unworthy of winning.” I think that sentiment speaks to integrity, grace, and fair-mindedness.

  3. Zero waste starter kit. Credit: The Green Bicycle Co.

    Lions, Tigers, and Bears Oh My! Have Nothing on the Plastics Invisible to the Naked Eye

    Nov 29, 2018

    Sometimes the scariest things are not haunted houses, the black bear near our campsite, or the Lake Erie monster roaming our shores, but rather the things we cannot easily see. If you have been watching the news lately you may be aware of these tiny particles called microplastics. Although tiny in size (5mm or smaller), they are causing a global crisis.