Jason’s blog posted on Thursday, October 26th, 2010 7:30 PM _________________________________________
...Just ignore’em and they’ll go away.
I haven’t brushed mine yet today. It’s now 1am. Oops. Does that imply that I was reeeeally busy or waaaaay too lazy? ...Who cares.
For every action there’s a reaction. And also, for every action there’s an equal and opposite criticism.
This year I found both the time and resources to try things outside of my comfort zone - Like traveling to Louisiana to witness the devastation and learn ways I could help take better care of our environment. Not...
10 STEPS TO AN ECO-CONSCIOUS SHOWER _____________________________________
10. Avoid using products in plastic containers
I know it’s hard to avoid plastic in our everyday lives but you can search for alternatives. If you’re using body wash that is packaged in plastic try switching to bar soap. Usually soap is packaged in a cardboard box that can biodegrade or be recycled.
9. Switch to plant-based ingredients
Whether it’s your shampoo, bar of soap of even bathroom cleaning products, this will be healthier for you and your family and you’ll be reducing your...
Jason's blog posted on December 7th, 2010 2:12 a.m.
Things I DON'T want for Christmas:
- Pants that are too small
- Clock Radio
- Giant Earthworm
- Portable Sauna, even though it looks really clever.
Whenever I'm in a Sauna, I like to say, "It's like a sauna in here." even when I'm by myself.
I once shared a Sauna with Ingrid Michaelson when we were on tour together in Sweden. The Swedish love Saunas. I don’t recall the Sauna ever getting hot and we ended up just sitting there in the wooden box talking about how boring it was.
Tonight I had a Sauna all to myself during a spontaneous...
Jason’s blog posted On January 16th, 2011 At 1:42 PM __________________
Lizards. The favorite snack of my cat. I’m tempted to upload a video of him eating all but the tiny toxic bit, what I make up must be a lizard large intestine. It’s anything but large – these lizards aren’t dinosaurs, they’re the garden variety. 6, 8 inches max.
The January weather has come back around to the way I love it so in San Diego. Our equivalent to winter is wetness and that seems to have all dried up. Warmth becomes us and the lizards emerge to the concrete surfaces, lifting their heads high, gazing directly...