Tag: volunteer

Speaking up for the Voiceless

Speaking up for the Voiceless

Animals are More than Just a Number To say I’m devastated is an understatement. Here is the shelter “euthanasia” report from Friday (10/26/18):  https://bit.ly/2PIVR3y We lost Ludo, Tanner, Latte, Figaro, Dell/Malone, and another dog (64776). To make matters even more sickening, if you look at 

Pursuing my Passion

Pursuing my Passion

How Real Estate Can Help Me Pursue My Passion of Helping Animals The Past If you know me, it’s pretty obvious that animals are my main passion in life. Since birth I’ve been around animals. In middle school I started to explore the idea of 

5 Ways to Help Animals in Shelters

5 Ways to Help Animals in Shelters

5 Ways you Can Make a Difference Volunteering cannot only change the world, but can change YOU as a person. I have already elaborated on why I believe volunteering is so important for everyone in my post “Why Everyone Should Volunteer”. Volunteering for any cause is 

25 Ways to Pay it Forward

25 Ways to Pay it Forward

“When you have more than you need, build a bigger table- not a higher fence.” It’s that special time of the year when I start to get that nostalgic feeling. Maybe it’s all the pumpkin spice or those hopeless romantic Christmas movies on the Hallmark channel. 

Vegan Travel

Vegan Travel

How to stick to a vegan lifestyle while being away from home   Today I will be traveling to the middle-of-nowhere Georgia to be a camp counselor. Camp Dream is an amazing camp for children (and adults) with physical or mental disabilities. Unfortunately a lot 

Everyone Should Volunteer

Everyone Should Volunteer

4 Reasons Why You Should Volunteer. (and no, it shouldn’t just be for service hours) Do you remember those surveys in school that would tell you what job field you should work in? No matter how many times I have taken those surveys, I have 

6 Ways to Turn a Bad Day Around

6 Ways to Turn a Bad Day Around

You wake up late. You spill coffee all over your clothes. Traffic makes you late to work, and let’s not even talk about what happened at work because that really pushed you over the edge. Sounds like you had a bad day, but that is