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People Pick Up Tons of Trash

Viral Internet Challenge is Spurring People Around the World to Pick Up Tons of Trash and Then Snap Photos

Rather than eating tide pods or spoonfuls of cinnamon, an eco-friendly new social media trend is inspiring people around the world to clean up litter.

The #TrashTag challenge has reportedly been around for several years. Recently, it became a trending topic on InstagramTwitter, and Reddit.

Participants are challenged to find an outdoor area that has been littered with trash. They take two photos of the scenery. The first is for viewers so they can see the garbage. The other is of the revitalized area after you have cleaned up all the trash.

The impressive before-and-after #TrashTag photos have been circulating around the world – from Mexico and Belgium to New York and India.

The initiative is being lauded as a refreshingly impactful social media trend. It is encouraging people from every demographic to participate in tidying up the planet.

The challenge is remarkably similar to the #StonerCleanupInitiative, an online effort that recruited potheads to pick up the trash around their favorite outdoor smoking spots back in August 2018.

Some people participating in the #TrashTag challenge have managed to tidy up roadsides simply by bringing along garbage bags on their day trips; others have boasted the dramatic results of organizing group cleanups.

Regardless, the photos are inspiring evidence of how – even though it can sometimes be a bit trashy – the internet has the ability to bring people together for the greater good.”

Via the Good News Network

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Caring for Pets With Arthritis — Katzenworld

 

Caring for Pets With Arthritis Arthritis in dogs and cats is one of the most common problems our pets can face as they get older and, as with humans, it can flare up in cold weather. Natural wear and tear, caused by aging, reduces the amount of cartilage that cushions the joints. This causes swelling […]

via Caring for Pets With Arthritis — Katzenworld

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We’re proud to sponsor this again!

UCA sponsors caring beyond borders once again! Unified Caring Association is happy to announce their sponsorship of the 2018 #MilesForMaji Event! This caring event is happening on 4/22/2018 – Earth Day – at the Chestnut Hill Reservoir, Boston.

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Unified Caring at Empower 18!

Unified Caring at Empower 18

WOW! Unified Caring at Empower 18! So great! Good morning from the in Boston! We are so excited to be here – we LOVE caring educators! Also, our beautiful new friend Valerie just came by to model her purchase from our store! What a great smile! We’ve got lots of wonderful free gifts to show our appreciation for our friends in education! So, please stop by booth 1345, and while you’re here, check out our special buy one get one free deals on beautiful clothing! We can’t wait to show you our charity gift line! And be sure to pick up a UCA scholarship flyer to share with your students!

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We are super excited…

We are super excited to bring our caring store to ! Be sure to stop by our booth to receive a year long free UCA membership, free gifts and shop the incredible discounts on our booth merchandise! See you soon !

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Today is…

Napping Day’s history is simply the history of napping, and it used to be something we all did in the middle of the afternoon. In fact, the siesta is still a time-honored tradition in Spain that happens right after the afternoon meal, and has been a practice since time out of mind. In fact, if you’re in the Mediterranean, it’s pretty much standard everywhere you go. In Italy they call it the riposo, pisolini, and even old Charlamagne (yes that Charlamagne) has been recorded as having taken 2-3 hour naps in the middle of the afternoon.

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Feel Good February: Practising Posivivity —

This is going to sound like such a typical January post with ‘new year, new me’ kinda vibes, but why not have a boost in February as well?! Lets face it, February is a bit of a rubbish month, to be honest: Christmas is long-forgotten, it’s still dark and cold outside and summer’s still months away, […]

via Feel Good February: Practising Posivivity —

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