Learn how you can help the environment before you take that next trip.
When people think about food and sustainability, they typically focus on how the food is produced—is it locally sourced, pasture-fed or organic? New WRI research shows that the question of *what* is eaten is just as important.
I am always inspired when I see disabled athletes compete. The stamina and drive it takes to take the field and court and compete with other athletes of similar disabilities is incredible. This article talks about the recent 2017 Invictus Games.
Source: 10 Accessible Travel Tips
As the holiday season approaches, travel will play a major role in the lives of most of us. For those of us that are mobility-challenged, there are a few things that can help us to make the trip a little easier and safer.
Check out this article from my favorite purveyor of mobility vehicles for some great information on that topic.
MobilityWorks is one of m,y favorite companies. I truly love what they do in terms of providing disability-related vehicles for people with mobility challenges. Check out this cool contest to name a canine companion.
Vegan’s not just a buzzword: According to a 2012 survey, seven percent of Americans polled consider themselves vegan, more than those who count themselves as vegetarian. Thinking of joining them? Here’s what the experts told us.
This mother and son run one of the coolest vegan restaurants in NYC. Check out this article to find out about them and many other Black-owned vegan eateries around the country. Check them out and let them know that The OrganicBabyDaddy put you down.
It’s quite possible that one of these 29 Black-owned meat-free restaurants could be around the corner from you. Check them out!
I am a telecomuting parent. There has been several good and challenging things about this. This article was a good on that gave me some insight into some of those areas and placed them in a different light.
Are you a mom or dad considering remote work for increased flexibility? Virtual Vocations gets real about the ups and downs of being a telecommuting parent.
Check out these eco-friendly food wraps. They are reusable too.
Interesting article. Eat the frog is number two.