Re-Learning America and what it truly means to go with the flow.
Some tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way.
This is a letter to the United States of America. My country. A country that I don’t even recognize anymore…
Time is money. Right? If I had a dollar every time I heard that phrase, I swear, I would have so much more time on my hands. More time to do things, the more things you do, the better you feel, so eat your beans with every meal right? Something like that. Except then whyContinue reading “Time is time; not money.”
“Have you traveled much?” The sweet Dutch girl asked me as the airplane had finally pushed off from the ground and into the air. She pulled three packets of tissues out of her carry-on and pushed them into the seat-back pocket in front of me; her nose red from constant blowing. I swallowed, and shifted inContinue reading “Costa Rica; re-learning America.”
I haven’t always been super health conscious. Before I started my fitness journey, I didn’t really care about my nutrition or cardiovascular strength; I was only worried about the number on the scale, how big my thighs were or what size jeans I was fitting in to. I knew that I wanted to lose weight,Continue reading “How MyFitnessPal has helped me lose weight”
On January 7th, The Compassionate Care Act was passed in New York State. This law allowed medical marijuana to be prescribed to patients with illnesses like cancer, AIDS, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s ALS and other severe pain related diseases. According to the New York State Department of Health the Compassionate Care Act is smokeless, meaning that only edible forms ofContinue reading “Medical Marijuana has yet to Meet Ithaca”
My Mobile Social Media class at Ithaca College’s Park School took an interesting turn when we had a Skype session with an Ithaca College Alumni Aaron Edwards. 2012 graduate, he has been working at the company Buzzfeed ever since he left the New York Times about a year ago (impressive, I know). Clicking on the Buzzfeed websitesContinue reading “So are we just afraid of the news?”