Wildin’ at Wilder Hill Gardens

Four months have passed since my evacuation from Senegal and the end of my Peace Corps service, but it might as well be four years. My life in Senegal is but a distant memory at this point, yet I know my experiences there have changed me for the better. My girlfriend Amanda and I were … Continue reading Wildin’ at Wilder Hill Gardens

Why Everyone Should Invest Responsibly

Do you own stocks? There’s a decent chance the answer is yes. A study by the Federal Reserve found that in 2016, 51.9 percent of families owned stocks, either directly or as part of a fund. That is shockingly low, however right now I am not interested in the percentage of Americans that own stock, … Continue reading Why Everyone Should Invest Responsibly

3 Key Points from the Latest Climate Report

I recently posted about how my village’s environment has changed over the past 30 years. Indeed humans are changing Earth's atmospheric makeup with reckless abandon. While it is in many polluter’s, and thus politician's, best economic interest to deny the effect we have on our environment, the 2019 UN “Climate Action and Support Trends” report … Continue reading 3 Key Points from the Latest Climate Report