Quest for Sustainability Expo in Indianapolis

Indiana has a fairly great growing climate for growing fresh foods. Not too hot, not too cold. Our winters kill off many pests and diseases. We have four seasons which allows a bigger variety of produce. One of the things Indy lacks is more self sustainable initiatives. Growing your own food, preserving your own food, […]

Thanks to Dad For Bringing Us To Indianapolis

It was the spring of 1988 and I was a junior, preparing for a great senior year at George Washington High School in Denver, CO. I had hair, played on the basketball team, and was about to be a senior.  Life was good. Then, one day my dad came home from work and informed the […]

Some Positive Actions at Westfield High School

Somebody is being kind of sneaky at Westfield High School. But this time, it’s in a good way. An individual has setup a Twitter account @_WHScompliments and they are anonymously leaving comments for their classmates, teachers and staff. As their Twitter bio states, “Just a student with some compliments. Positivity is power.” I love it! […]

New to the North-Snow Removal Tips for Your First Winter

If the weather gods are providing you with a blizzard, you need to prepare yourself to remove the snow from your driveway, sidewalk, walkway, car, etc. so that you’re not held up in your home. In order to remove snow effectively, you want to use these tips. Invest in a snow blower. Shovels are the […]

Indianapolis Ranked 4th for Happiest Young Professionals

In a recent article in Forbes our wonderful city of Indianapolis was selected as the 4th top city rated in happiness for young professionals. Although I’d like to include myself in this group, I’m not sure I’m included in the demographic anymore. That doesn’t matter though, I still love this city and believe it’s a […]