Welcome to my blog! Today is a bit of an unusual post- I usually write about conservation and animals, but for a fun change of pace I’d like to tell you about my sister’s blog- calliesusanna.com. There are many aspects of her blog- but in summary her website is a reflection of who she is. … More Another Blog You Might Like
Three years ago today my very first article was posted. I can’t believe how much my writing skills have grown, and my views and following with it. I would like to thank every person that has followed my blog and liked my posts, because you are the ones that keep me motivated to write. I … More This Blog’s Three Year Anniversary!
So you’re a bit into the new year, with resolutions to be more organized and the spring cleaning trend looming near. Obviously you’re going to need some cleaning supplies, but it’s hard to know which ones will be the best for your pets and for the planet. Aside from that, everyone wants their cleaning products … More Planet and Pet Friendly Cleaning Products
Welcome to my blog! I can’t believe that I’ve been writing and growing this website for nearly three years, and I’m so excited to see what new things I’ll learn next year. I am extremely grateful for every viewer and follower that comes to my site, and for every person that has acted on the … More 2019 Year-End Overview
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
There are actually many ways hunting helps aid conservation efforts. First, I think I should state the obvious: Hunting doesn’t help conserve the exact animal you’re shooting. However, keeping the population in check can help the species as a whole. Due to habitat loss, many animals, in this case, deer are facing harsher starvation than … More How Does Hunting= Conservation?
Welcome back to my hunting series! If you missed the first two posts, click here to check them out. This week we have a special guest- my honorary grandfather! Michael Adams has been hunting for much longer than I’ve been alive, and he knows deer as well as he knows himself! I couldn’t think of a better … More My Hunting Series- Part 3 (Guest Post!)
In the past I wrote a post about why I hunt, but I thought I would elaborate more on the subject of hunting. With the start of a new deer hunting season, this seems as good of a time as any! If you’d like to receive an email every time I post to keep up with … More My New Hunting Series!
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
In last week’s post I explained the complexities of the history of my birds, but this week I want to write something a little more personal. I’ll share funny stories, sad times, and proud moments as a bird owner, and I hope you enjoy this final post in our series on parakeets. If you’ve missed … More The Best Moments of Bird Owning
Today I’d like to commend my sister Callie and her blog, calliesusanna.com. She is such an amazing woman of God and avid reader, and those qualities are reflected in her blog. The tagline of her website is “My Ramblings on Life, Literature, and Faith,” so I’ll give you a brief insight into each section. Her faith … More Another Blog You Might Like
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