Flying into Friday like a playful pod of bottlenose dolphins and one desperately-trying-to-keep-up human 🧜🏻♀️ Hope this weekend is one that resembles a *wild* dolphins’ every day: time spent socialising, eating locally sourced food, surfing, imparting valuable information to the next generation, time for love, time for rest. Happy dolphin weekend Ocean Travellers! 📷 @petermarshallphoto
Traditional Filipino boats, also known as "Bancas," resting along the shores of the remote island of Panagatan in the central Visayas. Once made from dugout logs and bamboo, these double-outrigger canoes have histrionically been used by fisherfolk and seaweed farmers, with a shape that's iconic to the region. 🇵🇭
Dear Mother 🌏: While the news coming out of our country may not show it, the majority of us DO care and we’re doing all we can to help.
Sunday is Earth Day (!!) but it’s so much more than a name or a hashtag. It’s an opportunity to shift habits to help our planet.
One of the New Years resolutions I’ve (yay!) followed through on is using less plastic in my daily routine, so if you’re looking for some easy to execute Earth Day (and every day) ideas, here are a few plastic reduction tips I’ve learned:
1️⃣ Don’t use salad bar containers; instead bring your own Tupperware
2️⃣ Always keep a spare grocery or canvas bag in your purse — or just ditch the bag all together on smaller purchases (just carry those few odds and ends)
3️⃣ Don’t bag your produce; if you put it straight in the cart (then wash it at home) it’ll be just fine ☺️
4️⃣ Dine in! Delivery produces almost 100% more waste than dining in the restaurant
5️⃣ BYO coffee cup; the standard coffee cups are not recyclable so if you’re planning to grab a cup o’ joe, just byo(c)!
Thank you, thank you for considering these easy but essential habits! This issue is so close to my heart and I really do believe that we CAN drive change on our planet if we make the right choices. How are you celebrating Earth Day this weekend?