As quarantine drags on and everyone is trying to find ways to stave off the boredom, many people are exploring ways to be creative. One of the best ways to be productive and have fun at the same time is with DIY crafts! If you have birds, fish, a dog or cat, or a reptile, … More DIY Projects for your Animals
Merry Christmas and welcome back to my blog! This week I’ll be discussing the important reasons not to give someone a pet for a present, but if you missed my post last week you can check it out here. Pets are wonderful and can drastically improve your life, but choosing to take in an animal is … More DON’T Get Your Kid a Pet for Christmas!
DISCLAIMER: I have never actually seen a shark in person, I am simply presenting helpful information that is tried and true from experts. Welcome back to my blog! If you missed my post about sharks last week, click here to read it. This week is all about safety- both for you and the sharks! Reacting badly when … More How to React to a Shark Encounter
I recently watched the new sequel to the movie 47 Meters Down, and I noticed the extreme misrepresentation of sharks. Unfortunately, sharks are usually depicted as savage and bloodthirsty monsters that kill anything in their path, while nothing could be further from the truth! Before I get into today’s post, I would like to note that I … More The Truth About Sharks
Disclaimer: This article is in no way sponsored, I’m simply advertising this sale to help animal lovers looking for a tank. Welcome to my blog! If this is your first time on my website, be sure to check out last week’s post. I hope you enjoy this post, and if you want to receive animal-related content every … More $1 Per Gallon Aquariums
Welcome to my blog! I’m back from being sick and ready to write! Today’s topic isn’t discussed very often, but is still extremely important. Many pet owners aren’t sure what to do with their animals when they can no longer care for them, so they often don’t behave responsibly because of their naiveté. I make it … More Why You Should NEVER Release Pets into the Wild
I’m back from my travels and ready to bring you the final post of my series on strange animals. I have really enjoyed writing this series and exploring the beautiful diversity on this planet, and I hope I’ve opened your eyes to why these unique creatures are so important. If you loved this series as … More Weird Animals: Part Five
I am interrupting my series on weird endangered animals to pay tribute to my Betta fish that passed away recently. Death is a natural part of life, and a part that all pet owners should be prepared for. As morbid as that is, it’s just what’s natural. Pet owners should always try to help their animals thrive … More What to do when your fish dies
I know lately my content has focused on all that’s wrong in the world, and honestly that gets depressing! I do apologize for that, but it’s just the things I’ve been researching in hopes of making a change in the world. I’d like to end this series on pollution on a happy note, so today … More We Still Have Hope
Pollution isn’t the only problem disturbing ecosystems. The threat of overfishing has escalated to the point of becoming a serious problem. Since the mid 20th century, money-hungry fishing industries have used any methods necessary to bring in the biggest haul, and it’s showing. The large amount of fish being taken from the oceans are having … More What is Overfishing?
A lot of crap ends up in the ocean. Scientists estimate that up to 12 MILLION TONS of plastic enters oceans worldwide every year. That’s the equivalent of one trash truck full every minute. One of the main reasons for this is there’s so much is litter. While some waste comes from fishing vessels and … More Does Litter Really Matter?
This week I’ll be sharing another one of my incredible animal experiences-visiting the Georgia Aquarium! I went for my birthday, and this experience was easily one of the best presents I’ve ever received! I also appreciated the fact that many of the animals there were only in captivity because they were not fit to be … More I Visited The Georgia Aquarium!
Welcome to the last post of my SCUBA series! So far I’ve discussed the history of SCUBA (here), the basics of SCUBA diving (here), and the best diving spots (here). I hope you’ve enjoyed this series, and make sure to continue visiting because I know I’ll revisit this subject again someday. I must admit although I’ve never … More SCUBA Gear: What to Buy and What not to Buy
Welcome back to my SCUBA diving series! I have always been fascinated by the underwater world, and one of the best ways to explore it is through SCUBA diving. As Jaques Cousteau said, “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever,” and I am indeed spellbound. If you are … More SCUBA Diving 101
This week I’ll take a break from my SCUBA series to promote a few organizations. If you’re interested in participating in Giving Tuesday, this post is perfect for you! -Cornell Lab of Ornithology The Cornell Lab is dedicated to preserving birds and other wildlife. They are committed to learning about the animals we share this … More Conservation Organizations You Should Support