I LOVE finding new ways to help our #skinnybudget ! I've been making our laundry detergent for a couple years now and it is quick, works great, and costs me about 15 dollars for an 8 month supply (give or take a little). We are learning to #thrive and teach our daughter the importance of living a clean #thrifty life! What's one of your favorite #lifehacks ?
Thing abt me : I LOVE to eat! Like LOVE! Lol. But bc I like to be cost efficient when it comes to buying food, I usually pack food/snacks for the entire day. Shown here is my after breakfast snack, my mid morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, pre workout snack, and post workout snack. I also keep my lemon juice, acv, and honey on deck. That's a lot of food! Lol. But it keeps me on track AND it keeps me from spending extra money on eating out. #queend#divinefitnessandnutrition#fruit#veggies#wholewheat#multigrain#calcium#protein#vegetarian#skinnybudget
We had a great time discussing about the future of public health under President #trump with today's special panel members at #coloradosph. Thanks to all of our panelists: Sara Schmitt from @cohealthinst (Colorado Health Institute), Larry Wolk of the @cdphe (Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment), and Sara Miller of the Colorado Foundation for Public Health and the Environment, with Tony Mazzaschi, Senior Director for Policy and Research at the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH). . . . . . #nphw2017#aspph#coloradosph#cuanschutz#skinnybudget#budgetcuts#vaccinations#publichealth#nphw
So many thanks to District 4 Supervisor #katytang for making a special #marchformeals delivery to John, 93, and Anna Marie, 80, Avanzino at their #sunset home this morning! John has lived in their home since 1946, and the couple are very active in their community - so you can imagine how excited they were to meet Supervisor Tang! Both are first generation Americans (Anna is of Danish heritage; John Italian), and they are proud to be San Franciscans. Their interest in community activism extends beyond the Golden Gates, however. In response to the recent Trump Administration claims that Meals on Wheels doesn’t demonstrate any outcomes, Anna was quick to say, “I beg to differ.” John added, “He [the President] doesn’t realize what Meals on Wheels does to serve the elderly.” Reflecting on aging, Anna said, “What you young folks don’t realize is that when you get to 70 or 80, your mind and spirit still think you're 30. You just can’t do it all anymore.” It seems, though - thinking back on a lifetime of travel and adventure - that Anna might just be content with her place in time. "We’ve had so many blessings, it’s time to cool it a bit.” Special thanks to Kara's Cupcakes and Flora Grubb Gardens for donating the treats Supervisor Tang brought along with her to make today's visit extra special for the Avanzinos. Cupcakes and greenery make everything better! #mealsonwheels#skinnybudget#budget2017 @floragrubbgardens @karascupcakes
We are proudly partnering with @mowsf! Meals on Wheels SF are doing amazing work; they've been serving meals to homebound seniors since 1970. And they need your help, especially in the light of the proposed federal budget cuts, that would directly affect Meals on Wheels' programs. Check out the DiveIn app for ways you can get involved and show your support.
#allanimalsmatter @Regrann from @leonardodicaprio - #regram#rg @oceana: Yesterday, in light of President Trump's #skinnybudget, Oceana said severe funding cuts could cripple key agencies. We call on Congress to reject President Trump's proposed budget. Jacqueline Savitz, Oceana's Senior Vice President for U.S. Oceans and Global Fishing Watch, said "Funding cuts of this magnitude could cripple key agencies like NOAA and the Coast Guard, which would be devastating to decades of ocean conservation." Visit OCEANA.org to read our full statement. 📷: Shutterstock / Dudarev Mikhail - #regrann
"The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City on March 25, 1911 was the deadliest industrial disaster in the history of the city, and one of the deadliest in US history. The fire caused the deaths of 146 garment workers – 123 women and 23 men – who died from the fire, smoke inhalation, or falling or jumping to their deaths. Most of the victims were recent Jewish and Italian immigrant women aged 16 to 23; of the victims whose ages are known, the oldest victim was Providenza Panno at 43, and the youngest were 14-year-olds Kate Leone and "Sara" Rosaria Maltese. The factory was located on the eighth, ninth and tenth floors of the Asch Building, at 23–29 Washington Place in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan, now known as the Brown Building and part of New York University. Because the owners had locked the doors to the stairwells and exits – a then-common practice to prevent workers from taking unauthorized breaks and to reduce theft – many of the workers who could not escape from the burning building simply jumped from the high windows. The fire led to legislation requiring improved factory safety standards and helped spur the growth of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), which fought for better working conditions for sweatshop workers." From #wikipedia ||||| People often ask us what the proof point is for governments to buy-in to improved public safety and public health systems. We usually fall short of their expectations when we respond that it usually starts with a tragic story. Someone once called us ambulance chasers. #ilgwu#fdny#ems#osha#skinnybudget
Very important information about US marine laws (and a beautiful image too) #repost from @oceanconservancy ... Trump’s #skinnybudget proposes deep NOAA cuts which will hit #ourocean and coastal communities hard. Read more at the link in our profile. Photo by Jane Saull.
@Regrann from @leonardodicaprio - #regram#rg @oceana: Yesterday, in light of President Trump's #skinnybudget, Oceana said severe funding cuts could cripple key agencies. We call on Congress to reject President Trump's proposed budget. Jacqueline Savitz, Oceana's Senior Vice President for U.S. Oceans and Global Fishing Watch, said "Funding cuts of this magnitude could cripple key agencies like NOAA and the Coast Guard, which would be devastating to decades of ocean conservation." Visit OCEANA.org to read our full statement. 📷: Shutterstock / Dudarev Mikhail - #regrann
Forget the hype about the demise of #mealsonwheels. They're largely funded by the states and donations, so they will go on. And we'll continue to help them and organizations like @ProjectOpenHand feed the elderly and less fortunate. We've been doing so for 4 decades. ☺️ #jcarmichael#madeinla#totebags
As President Trump'a #skinnybudget aims to further marginalize the most vulnerable members of our community, Project Open Hand stands by our friends at #mealsonwheels and those who benefit from our services. This video is just one minute of a complete, five-minute video telling the story of three folks who benefit from our seniors and adults with disabilities meals program at the Curry Senior Center in San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood. LINK TO FULL VIDEO IN BIO. #mealswithlove#seniorscantwait