One of them is cancer.
I’m so used to using crappy toilet paper that I literally had to re-roll this toilet paper so I wouldn’t use too much.
I checked my hives actually the day after I wrote the post about my bees possibly being dead.
Winter is coming! It’s coming slowly, but nevertheless, it’s coming. One of my main goals with this beehive is to keep it alive through the winter. That means we need to prepare.
Since my life derailing event, life has been more like floating in midair and sitting on top of a cage rather than inside of it.
Facebook is angry af right now.
Isn’t beekeeping hard?
If you read my 2013 post A Lot of People are Unaware of the Bee Problem, or even if you haven’t, you know that colony collapse disorder is an extremely serious environmental problem the world is facing right now.
Part 3 of this series is the final part until I develop new, weird symptoms or I am a few years out, writing a reflection piece.
It’s no secret that pads and tampons are harmful to the environment. If women generally use around 3 to 5 tampons per day, a woman will use about 30 or so tampons per month. That’s 360 tampons a year – […]