I started Liner and Glitter and Gloss, Oh My! in Novmber 2011 as a way to tap into my passion for the world of beauty and writing. I saw this as a creative outlet to explore this world more and have been delving deeper and deeper ever since. This blog is my outlet and my way of sharing what I know, what I learn and all of my experiences with you. I hope you have a chance to look around and will follow me on this journey.Read More
April 22nd - not only is it my birthday, but it is also the day of an environmental event taking place all over the world. It’s Earth Day, and that means many things, to many different people. Let me explain what Earth day means to me, and some ideas on what you can do on Earth Day.Read More
What words come to mind when you think about Earth? Beautiful, luscious… our home. Yet there are only some places on our planet that look like what I have just described. If you want to make every place in the world look like this, then Earth Day is for you! On April 22, people from all around the world help out by doing little things in their community to improve the environment. According to Earth Day Network, more than 1 billion people have participated in Earth Day. Imagine how much garbage is picked up or how much electricity is saved when people participate - and that's only one day's work!Read More
Our home planet, Earth, is the only world known to man to contain life. We depend on it. We all walk on the surface of the Earth, we all breathe the air supplied by Earth, and so it should be our duty to show care by taking a stand. Things like littering and pollution should not be taken lightly. Carbon dioxide emissions are decreasing the pH levels in the oceans and, in essence, it is acidifying them. Did you know that 1% of Australia's untapped geothermal power is enough to provide energy to the whole world for about 26, 000 years? As a global community, we can eliminate problems step by step, but first we must all make an effort.Read More
As many of us get ready to celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd, a documentary film is set to tackle how young people are mitigating environmental challenges with new and innovative approaches.
Filmmaker Emily Hunter, daughter of Greenpeace co-founder Robert Hunter, will launch a journey around the world this summer to document the next generation of environmental leaders and their solutions.Read More