THIS WEEK: KEEP IT LONGER

How many miles do you have on your car’s odometer? Actually, what are the most miles you ever put on a car before you got rid of it? Ever break 100,000 miles? 200,000? Or, think of this… how many calls and text messages did you […]

THIS WEEK: WASTE NO MORE

Sometimes nothing can tell a story more than the cold hard facts. And, even though, we try to not get too stats heavy, this week, we kind of just have to. America generates over 250 million tons of trash per year. Yes, that is “millions” […]

THIS WEEK: REALLY TRIPLE R

Sometimes things can become a bit cliché, meaning they are overused or seem to lack any sort of originality. And, for the most part, we see things that are cliché in a negative light. But, in some cases, maybe something becomes cliché because over using […]

THIS MONTH:
MONDAY GETS GREEN

Breast Cancer has pink. Heart Health has red. And, our Environment has green. But it seems like, unlike Breast Cancer and Heart Health, our Environment is still fighting to be “color-worthy.” But why? How it is possible that this is even a debate? Is there not enough science that shows how truly important our environment is and how humans are treating it with less respect than it deserves? Even without the facts and experts weighing in, isn’t caring for our environment worthy of a color? We believe, and maybe you do too, that we could all be making better choices for the environment and therefore all living things. And in the end, there’s no need for a debate about that. The fact is that our environment is not just a matter of science, it is a matter of morals and values. It is about doing the right thing. About caring. When someone flicks their cigarette butt on the ground, it is a message to the world, and everyone and everything living in it, that “I don’t care.” The same applies to long showers, not recycling, and the list goes on. Well, it’s time to care. And, we think that caring for the environment is worthy of a color, because how we treat our environment impacts every single living thing on Earth… not just some of us. Being green needs to matter today, more than ever.