Taking a hiatus from blogging have given me the opportunity to indulge in one of my favorite "sports" - Marathon. No. It's not what you think. In my lingo, it's watching Documentary Films on Netflix via my Roku Player. Yes that. Now, in my watched list are these documentaries that are sure to change the way you think, the way you look at your food or the way you view your world. I promise, it won't kill you to watch these documentaries simultaneously, though it may make your butt bigger if you don't get up from your couch occasionally. If any at all, it will broaden your horizon and create a deeper awareness at what's really happening in this world we live in and the things that surround us. I'd recommend watching them with your kids. I always believe in that Knowledge is king.
And these are the kind of knowledge worth knowing.
In the island made of plastic. I have no clue this island existed until I saw this film. More shocking is the reason why it became The Great Pacific Garbage Patch and the grave danger it brought to our wildlife and our ecosystem around the world. It truly makes you rethink the way you use plastic. Or I hope it does.