Note: Much of my research for this post came from a documentary I watched on YouTube. (Click here to watch it) I found it very informative and easy for all ages to understand, and I HIGHLY recommend that you watch it. Recently I spent 11 days traveling around America to go to a national competition. I noticed … More More Ways to Travel Eco-Friendly
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
Here comes part four of my series about weird endangered animals! I’m writing this series to open your eyes on the beautiful (and very…unique) diversity in our planet. I love animals and I have taken it upon myself to be the voice for those that can’t speak for themselves. Join me in fighting to protect … More Weird Animals: Part Four
This past week I’ve been traveling through various states and seeing new sights, and I realized how easy it is to throw your cares (and your trash) to the wind as you enjoy yourself. While having fun is great, we should always try to be environmentally conscious no matter where we are. For those that … More How to Travel Eco-Friendly
Hermit crabs. They’re common pets, and unfortunately most of them didn’t start off as pets. All hermit crabs, or at least the vast majority of them, are wild caught. They reproduce by releasing their eggs in the ocean, which is difficult to replicate in an aquarium. People find it easier to capture them and force them … More The Truth About Hermit Crabs
I usually post on Tuesdays, but I thought I’d make an exception for Earth Day! Although every day should be a day to be considerate of our planet, today is a perfect day for doing something special. If you don’t have any ideas on something to do, here are a few: Take a green quiz! … More Fun Things to do for Earth Day
It’s springtime! Flowers are blooming and the weather is nice, so it’s the perfect time to bring your dog to the park. If you want to be creative and help Fido have fun, why not make your own dog toys? (If you’d like to see the ideas from my other post, click here.) Here are a … More DIY Dog Toys- Part 2
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?
When you ask most teens what they’re interested in, generally ecotoxicology and conservation aren’t the first things you hear. Sure, I may just be a nerd that loves learning and fixing problems. But why do I care this much? As a kid (I mean, I’m still a kid but you get the picture) my love … More Why I Care
I would like to give a shout-out to my sister Callie and her blog, calliesusanna.com. She has invested so much time and research in each of her posts, and I think all of you would enjoy it. Her website is centered around life, literature, and faith. For life, she posts her favorite things of the … More Another Blog You Might Like
Hermit crabs can be great, long-lasting pets. They’re fairly low-maintenance but unfortunately most crab owners neglect even the simple duties required to give your crab a goof life. Usually, this is due to a lack of research and planning, so I’m here to solve that problem! Of course, when buying any animal you should always … More 7 Things You Need to Know Before Buying a Hermit Crab
I came across this idea via pintrest and it’s absolutely brilliant. If you’re tired of cleaning up after your cat and scooping litter, then this is a must-do! Training you cat to go in the toilet is actually very simple- All you need to do is place an aluminum pan in between the toilet and … More How to Train Your Cat To Go in the Toilet
This post is all about DIY dog toys. You can spend so much money on toys for your furry friend to enjoy, but why not just make them? Here are 10 DIY dog toys that are super easy to make and you can find most of the materials around the house or for super cheap … More 10 Easy DIY Dog Toys