These past three days have been a whirlwind of emotion for my family.
On his way to work, my dad found a kitten abandoned in a Kroger parking lot. 785 more words
NOTE: I just finished reading The Ethics of What We Eat, by Peter Singer and Jim Mason. I was going to write a book review of sorts, but I ended up writing a concise summary of the some of the tools and information available to help consumers make ethical, informed food choices. 1,661 more words
Written by: Heather Clemenceau
I’ve always enjoyed reading futurists such as Ray Kurzweil and crossover sci-fi writers like David Brin who are inspired by imagination. Savvy futurists envision how society could function differently and better, but prediction also helps make us aware of futures we might wish to avoid. 2,563 more words
People choose their diets for different reasons. There are a fair number of folks out there who don’t really think about what they eat: meaning, they don’t give much thought to where the food comes from, its nutritional content, or the impact it has on themselves and those around them. 1,843 more words