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Low Waste Living – Weekly Grocery Haul in Brooklyn, NY

Please keep in mind that this is not everything we eat. I made a list of filler foods which will be made with what we already have in our kitchen. Food can be expensive, I hope this is helpful to someone who might be discouraging because they may not fit into a specific demographic.

I want to recognize that a sustainable lifestyle is not about perfection, it is about attempting our best with anything we have access to. When there are so many social issues to be aware of, it’s simple to get frustrated. So if we can be realistic and know we’re doing the best we can wherever we’re, that’s the most essential thing. I encourage you to keep going, even if your grocery purchases do have a minor impact on waste.

There are so many other places in our lives that we can build. I want us to be willing to remain passionate about the activity instead of being worried about stuff outside of our control. I can’t, and that’s OK because I try just to be mindful of my impact on the plant.

Read more here: Reducing Waste: What You Can Do https://www.epa.gov/recycle/reducing-…

Let me know if you have any tips for a low-impact hack!

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Traveling Around Chinatown, NYC – My So-Called Vlog

Chinatown is one place you don’t want to miss visiting when you are in NYC. There are not only many things to do in Chinatown NYC, but the history and unique character of this Manhattan neighborhood also speak for themselves. You will find some fantastic food, exciting street vendors, and some great photo opportunities.

Chinatown

Places Mentioned:

  • Canal Street Market
  • Yaya Tea Basement (Speakeasy)
  • Canal Street Mott Street
  • Mulberry Street
  • AJI ICHIBAN (Candy Store)
  • Glossier Headquarter

What’s your favorite place? Please leave in the comment below!

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Easy Yummy Recipe: No-Bake Protein Packed Energy Balls

With school approaching for many, I wanted to share some healthy snack ideas. These No-Bake Energy Balls make a great afternoon snack, and they’re also perfect for lunch boxes. Add this recipe to your weekend meal prep, so you have them ready to go for a busy week. With school approaching for many, I wanted to share some healthy snack ideas. These No-Bake Energy Balls make a great afternoon snack, and they’re also perfect for lunch boxes. Add this recipe to your weekend meal prep, so you have them ready to go for a busy week. I hope you’ll enjoy these vegan energy balls, they are:

  • Bite-sized
  • Super easy
  • No-bake
  • A perfect snack!

The recipe is designed for you to have fun with making these tasty treats with almost anything in your pantry.

It is also an excellent option for reducing food waste.

Keep them stored in a container in the fridge or freezer and enjoy anytime! They will last about a week in the refrigerator and about two months in the freezer.

Easy Yummy Recipe: No-Bakes Energy Balls

Please check out my video. I am a little nervous with making it as it has been a little while. I just took the leap of faith and produced it. I hope you enjoy it. Please let your comments and like or even a share or two.

Thank you so much for all your support!

Crap! I forgot to check my Facebook Page!

Well, hello!

If you are like me, you have multiple accounts on several various sites, and it gets overwhelming, neglectful and forgetful sometimes? I am willing to guess that it gets so overwhelming you sometimes wish there is a way you can manage all your accounts at once and from one place.

Well, there is.

You see, I am just like you, I have several social media accounts and websites that I didn’t know where to begin and how to go about managing all of them. This resulted in me working below efficiency and being a trifle incompetent. One day I got tired of it all and decided to do what exactly it is you are doing right now: research. In the course of this, I found out that there are several tools out there that can help you manage your online presence seamlessly from one page. I dug further and found out that apart from managing my posts, these online tools can also assist me in achieving my online interactions and engagements as well as analyze my presence.

This was a little daunting at first but when I got the hang of it, things progressed smoothly, and they have been going on well ever since. The online management tools I use involve managing an entire array and spectrum of accounts from one dashboard. Imagine how productive I am now. You can also leverage on this online management tools to not only build and manage your company’s online presence but also to efficiently operate and maintain your personal brand online.

The two mentioned below have free options if you wanted to try it out to see if it works for you, so go for it!

Buffer: buffer is another online tool that you can use to manage your online presence. You can use this site to schedule posts for whichever time you wish and never worry about meeting up with time constraints again. This site has an interface that is amazing in its simplicity. It also affords the opportunity to share links in a very flexible manner.

IFTTT: this site is super productive and effective. While setting it up might be quite daunting and time-consuming, it is pretty downhill once that is done with.

There are also quite many online tools that you can use to monitor the world wide web and find out who and where they are talking about you. This allows you to control how your brand is perceived, engage your customers and efficiently be on hand to provide assistance and enlightenment to those who require it. It just takes some time and research to find one that works for you.

Hopefully, after reading through this, you are better able to manage your online presence and stay sane enough to give your time, energy and attention to other important things. If you have your own tools and suggestions, just let me know. I am always open to learning more.