My Sacred Space

Today was an incredible day. I was able to visit what I consider my sacred space twice in one week. And the experience was just as amazing as last time, and the time before that, and the time before that. I refer to this spot as my sacred space because it calls out to me, and I feel more connected while I am there, which is a pillar of ZooFit. And it completes my positive feedback loop for living green and training positive.

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For the Love…of Pollinators

I’ve had two super late nights in the past week, and while I certainly don’t like to make a habit of it, it was for another great cause. Chris and I didn’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day on Thursday. There was this whole snow storm thing, and our reluctance to ever leave the home thing. But it’s all good. Instead of Valentine’s dinner at an overpriced restaurant, we attended a special event dedicated to promoting conservation, education, and awareness on pollinators. Read More “For the Love…of Pollinators”

30 Days of ZooFit: Everyday is Earth Day

There are few exciting holidays for zookeepers. Christmas and Thanksgiving are often spent with our fur/feather/scaled families because, guess what? Animals have to eat. Daily. It’s weird, I know. But such is life of a zookeeper.

Know what holidays zookeepers DO get excited over? April 22. Earth Day. It’s not exactly celebrated by everyone, but it is an important day for zookeepers. Earth Day is the one day out of the year everyone gets to be a zookeeper and care for the planet. Read More “30 Days of ZooFit: Everyday is Earth Day”

Satisfying Your Sweet Tooth the ZooFit Way

I’ve been on the fence about how to present this seemingly delicate subject matter, and the most comfortable platform is obviously writing on my blog where only a small limited number of people will actually see it to dispute or argue with me. For some reason, the topic of sugar versus honey is very touchy. Read More “Satisfying Your Sweet Tooth the ZooFit Way”

Is Willpower Finite and Infinite? and How Conservation Helps

I’ve been reading a helluva lot of books on the subject of willpower.  Why?  Well, willpower has a lot to do with fitness and meeting our wellness goals.  Plus, I’ve been struggling recently to find the focus to write.  From his book “Willpower”, Roy Baumeister tells us that willpower is the ability to do what you need to do, regardless if you feel like doing it.   Read More “Is Willpower Finite and Infinite? and How Conservation Helps”