While on my trip in South Korea, I saw and learned many life changing things. For one who has never been out of the country, I strongly recommend it. Although I personally had interest in South Korea, I believe any country could give the same effect.
I for one always find my self with the best photography material right in front of me, yet I am without my professional gear. Luckily many people have improved on this situation and created apps and even portable macro lenses for Android and iPhone's!
Regarding house pets, most scientists suggest humans started keeping dogs as pets up to about 30,000 years ago. At this time it is sure that cuteness was not the only reason we decided to keep dogs, but I'm sure that didn't hurt.
We all know that plastic has caused havoc on the planet for some time now. However, we have failed to realize an important detail; plastic has revolutionized the world, and the pollution is not the fault of plastic, it is a fault of our own. We would all be in much more difficult situations if we couldn't use plastic for our everyday items. Toothbrushes, cups, to chairs and pencil sharpeners all have plastic varieties. The problem is that these things are not built with the same tenacity as plastic offers and usually have to be replaced. It is well known that plastic sticks around for up to 1000 years, so why don't we treat it that way? As humans we must reinvent the way we see and use plastic.
As many people can relate to, I have had quite the journey with my skin. Whether you are still on that journey or not, my skincare outlook may help a thing or two.
My first family gathering in Atlanta after 1 month abroad was tonight. The late year weather tortured us, too warm for snow yet too cold for a pleasant rain. But we had all promised each other to make the best of it and meet for one night at The Atlanta Botanical Gardens Christmas lights show. Previously we would meet every year between November, December, and January to see this show, but the on,y when the weather would allow us. This night had grown into a cold dreary mess we had to make beautiful ourselves.