Even though many people are looking forward to traveling, after having been under stay at home orders for much of the last year, you don’t have to go far to have a good time. In fact, a staycation is an economical and enjoyable way to unplug and get outdoors this summer. The great thing about […]
To many people, riding your bike is a no brainer. It is how you get around town, it’s your favorite form of exercise and it’s something you couldn’t do without. To others, riding a bike isn’t their first go-to activity. However, since May is National Bike Month, we wanted to go over why riding your […]
Getting in your daily exercise is an important part of healthy living. Whether you get in 30 minutes a day, 60 minutes a day or more, getting your body moving can have all kinds of benefits. The question is…what kind of exercise do you want to do? Are you a runner? A bicyclist? A swimmer? […]
This month’s Biofriendly DIY is all about how to benefit from nature both inside and out. Now, when I say inside and out, I mean a few things. I mean how nature can be beneficial to you inside the home as well as outside the home. I also mean, and maybe more importantly, how nature […]
Parenting a teenager is a tough job. You’re responsible for instilling all sorts of big-picture and practical skills on a day-to-day basis, from waking up on time each day to operating a vehicle, so adding more to the pile can feel downright impossible. But as the world heats up, our forests disappear and trillions of […]
Solar shingles are a great way to make your home more environmentally-friendly and lower your electricity bills. However, it’s vital to do some prep work before installing them. Here is how to get your roof ready for installation. Benefits of Solar Shingles Before you install your shingles, consider some of their advantages. One of the […]
This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcomed Spencer Plumb from the National Forest Foundation to talk about the importance of natural fires, how trees are the OG carbon capture technology, and sometimes you have to save the world with the power of Excel spreadsheets!
If you are a business owner, or thinking of becoming one, it’s important to understand you have responsibilities. While there will be familiar elements such as finances and employee welfare, one of the areas receiving increasing focus as of late is entrepreneurs’ sustainability obligations. After all, industry is one of the key contributors of potentially […]
Road trips are one of those summer pastimes filled with adventure and fond memories. You’ve probably had at least one road trip, whether with family or friends, over the course of your life so far. Maybe you went camping or to visit a National Park. Perhaps you took a trip to the lake or decided […]
By now you’ve probably heard about the ransomware hack of the Colonial Pipeline which seized hundreds of millions of gallons of fuel in the USA, but did you know that the cybercrooks behind everything felt pretty bad about it? This week, Noel and Jacob talk about what happened to the pipeline, what this means for our energy grid, and that the apocalypse will revolve around toilet paper!