My blog posts have been pretty sporadic for the past few weeks, mostly because I have been dealing with finals week in school and then moving back to the Cape. But my life is finally (somewhat) under control, so I have all the time in the world to write and bee green.
I am so incredibly grateful to have been raised on Cape Cod. For those of you who don’t know, the Cape is technically a man-made island off the coast of Massachusetts. We’re a popular tourism spot in the summer time due to our many beaches and coastlines, and I’m so excited to be back here for my last summer as a college student.
Most people on the Cape are pretty environmentally-conscious due to the fact that there’s so much wildlife around us. In school, we were taught the importance of conservation and the damage pollution does to the environment. It is an integral part of our community, so moving to Tampa for college was a big shock for a small town girl like me. And this transition is what mostly lead me to pursuing a sustainable lifestyle.
I can’t wait to share the rest of my journey with you all, and hopefully I can encourage a few readers to “bee green!”