The Last Object

The Last Object

Sustainability starts at home. By reducing your impact internally, you can then start to reduce your impact elsewhere. One way I do this at home is by ensuring I am purchasing reusable products. One item that I use every single day is cotton pads. With the use of The...

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Red Rocks Sustainability & Concert Tips

Red Rocks Sustainability & Concert Tips

Red Rocks is home to the stars and is by far the most majestic sunset view you can have at a concert. The stage may not be the biggest, but it sure is the prettiest. I am at a total of 4 Red Rocks shows and counting, so I am going to give some tips and tricks for...

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Mile High Music in August

Mile High Music in August

The music scene in Denver is better than ever and continuously growing. There is a huge selection of venues, all genres coming to the scene, and a variety of fan bases; so everything you could want to see in the city is here. August of 2022 has particularly been good...

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Zero Fare August in Denver

Zero Fare August in Denver

During the month of August, Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) is allowing passengers to ride with their free fare program to reduce the amount of cars on the road emitting air pollutants to continue its war with ozone pollution. This has been on ongoing...

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Sustainability at Bonnaroo

Sustainability at Bonnaroo

What makes me come back every year to camp in a field for 4 days? Music, memories, and friendships. That is just a small part of what brings me back every single year to Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee. Another thing that brings me back are...

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Beginner Hikes Close to Denver

Beginner Hikes Close to Denver

Looking for a quick beginner hike less than an hour from Denver? I recommend Bear Creek Trail at Lair o’ the Bear Park in Idledale or Brother’s Lookout and Three Sisters Loop in Evergreen. Last weekend my pup and I went on both of these hikes, and they are perfect for...

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InnoSupps

InnoSupps

I started using InnoShred 6 months ago, and the progress has been phenomenal. I have seen my body quickly turn into a fat burning furnace. It is vegan and gluten friendly, so that is right up my alley. It promotes fat burning while boosting your metabolism through its...

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Pit Bull Restriction in Denver

Pit Bull Restriction in Denver

All dog breeds should have equal rights, but somehow the pit bull always gets unfair treatment. Any breed can bite and attack - it is purely about behavior not genetics. In 1989, the city of Denver decided to issue a ban on owning or sheltering pit bulls. Aurora and...

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How I Ran a Half Marathon in 4 Months

How I Ran a Half Marathon in 4 Months

Running is not my preferred way to stay active, but somehow I ended up completing a half marathon in under 2 hours with only 4 months of training and a knee brace. I am not a glamorous runner by any means; I breathe hard and stumble while also trying to maintain a...

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How Have Pageants Shaped My Life?

How Have Pageants Shaped My Life?

When I was 15, I competed in my first pageant. Since then, they have given me life-altering skills that have built my confidence while also humbling me. From the connections I have made to the public speaking skills I have gained, they have shaped me as a teenager and...

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