Author Archives: Sarah Lafontaine

Celebrating International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

Posted on 2016-08-09 Sarah Lafontaine

August 9th marks an important day for the planet, as today we honor our World’s Indigenous Peoples. Celebrating the traditions of our indigenous peoples is increasingly important in our modern world. It’s become too easy for people to feel disconnected from their heritage, yet if we use the power of technology responsibly we can tell […]

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Top 7 Kid-Friendly National Parks in the USA

Posted on 2016-07-07 Sarah Lafontaine

  Summertime is an exciting time for kids. It’s a time of year that memories are created and families take part in fun activities together. It can also be difficult for parents to get enough time off to be able to take their kids on longer vacations. In the U.S. there is a fantastic program […]

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Living a Sustainable Life, Deliciously

Posted on 2016-05-27 Sarah Lafontaine

With the wealth of information available to us about health and wellness, we know what is good for us mentally, physically and emotionally.  Still, for many people there’s a disconnect between knowing and practising that knowledge. Learning how to rewire your thinking and changing the structure of your brain can help you to get the […]

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Healthy Water, Healthy Mind

Posted on 2016-05-19 Sarah Lafontaine

Have you ever wondered why you almost immediately feel better standing on a beach while the waves crash over the sand? Or, why there is a sudden calm that comes over you when you’re wading in water, whether it be the ocean, a river, a lake, or a pool? There’s science behind it, and Dr. […]

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True Sustainability Hits the Stage

Posted on 2016-05-05 Sarah Lafontaine

Rock Star. Writer. Humanitarian. The three words that appear largely and proudly across Bif Naked’s website are only a few that describe the individual many of us know and love. A proud Canadian, a survivor of breast cancer, an animal lover and an inspiration to all that cross her path, Bif has a strong belief […]

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Top 7 Kid-Friendly Parks in Canada

Posted on 2016-05-03 Sarah Lafontaine

Summer vacation is an exciting time for kids and it can be difficult for families to get away for an extensive period of time. Others might find their vacation time limited in the summer months, so why not bring the kids to a National Park in Canada?! Several National Parks in Canada have education centers, […]

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3 Simple Ways to Make a Change and Reduce Your Footprint This Earth Day

Posted on 2016-04-22 Sarah Lafontaine

While the focus of 2016’s Earth Day is on planting forests, there are simple things you can do to make a change. We are all responsible for taking care of our planet, our home and the choices we make impact the earth greatly. Here are 3 simple ways to change the way you impact Earth […]

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How One Woman Changed Her Life Through Bottle Feeding Manatees

Posted on 2016-04-21 Sarah Lafontaine

At some point we’ve all re-evaluated our careers, our relationships, and our lives in general. We’ve all wondered what the meaning of life is or how we can get more fulfillment out of our day-to-day existence. It’s scary to take the steps and reinvent ourselves, so we say “One day…” or “When I’m retired.” This […]

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6 Fun Facts About Dolphins on National Dolphin Day

Posted on 2016-04-14 Sarah Lafontaine

It’s National Dolphin Day and we’ll take any opportunity to celebrate these insanely intelligent, smiley mammals! We’ve put together some facts you may not know about dolphins along with a couple of dolphin conservation programs you can join to help protect them! They’ve got great metabolism! Dolphins can eat up to 33 lbs of fish […]

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A man with a mission to save a billion baby turtles.

Posted on 2016-04-11 Sarah Lafontaine

Every once in awhile we meet up with someone so completely selfless and dedicated to a cause that it leaves us feeling inspired and renewed. That’s exactly what happened when we sat down with Brad Nahill of SEE Turtles. Upon leaving Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Environmental Economics Brad knew he needed real […]

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