Citizen Science and Voluntourism

Tam’s 8 Tips on How to Travel with Chronic Pain

Tam’s 8 Tips on How to Travel with Chronic Pain

Knowing how to travel with chronic pain is very important for me. When I began solo traveling and performing citizen science, after my children left home, one of my family’s major concerns was how I would manage my back pain while traveling solo. What would I do without help? I have had two major back […]

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It’s that Time of Year…start Shopping for the Holidays!

It’s that Time of Year…start Shopping for the Holidays!

I cannot believe it, but it’s that time of year, when the world falls in love! I love Christmas, and I love suggesting gifts for fellow travelers and their families…I also enjoy pointing out some wonderful gifts that benefit our planet and make the gift recipient very happy at the same time! So let’s give, […]

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I am Enjoying my 15 minutes of Fame Talking About What I Love!

I am Enjoying my 15 minutes of Fame Talking About What I Love!

I am Enjoying my 15 minutes of Fame Talking About What I Love! I have been enjoying my time in the sun, and in front of the camera, on the microphone, not to mention several reviews and articles that have been written and published! Publishing my first book, ALL FISH FACES: Photos and Fun Facts […]

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Digital Nomads Interviewed Me about Travel, Citizen Science, and my book ALL FISH FACES!

Digital Nomads Interviewed Me about Travel, Citizen Science, and my book ALL FISH FACES!

I had a great time with @RickySheety of Digital Nomads! They have several interviews with digital nomads and travelers, so be sure and check them out on YouTube!

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It is World Animal Day, and Extinction is Looming

It is World Animal Day, and Extinction is Looming

Today is World Animal Day, and the state of animals on our planet is not good. Only 7,000 cheetahs are left in the wild. There is only ONE male Northern White Rhino left on our planet. He is being guarded with armed guards. along with the two female Northern White Rhinos. The species depends upon […]

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My First Live Television Interview went so Quickly!!

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My First Live Television Interview went so Quickly!!

My first live television interview! I am so thrilled that my first book has gotten attention from the media! I was asked by Channel 4 San Antonio Living to make an appearance on September 26, and of course I went! Not knowing what to expect, I was a little nervous. I became more comfortable as it […]

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How You can help save our Amazing Oceans!

How You can help save our Amazing Oceans!

How YOU can help our amazing oceans! Through all of my travels, especially those involving the ocean and diving, I have become more and more aware of the changing state of our oceans. The changes from 30 years ago to the present are painfully clear. Water temperatures are significantly warmer, coral reefs are bleaching and […]

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Do You Want to Swim with Whale Sharks? Yes, You Do!

Do You Want to Swim with Whale Sharks? Yes, You Do!

Do you want to swim with Whale Sharks? Every summer, from May 15 until September 15, a marvelous event happens in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Hundreds of mostly juvenile male Whale Sharks migrate to feast on plankton and fish eggs, and, perhaps, to mate. Large females have been seen in the Yucatan, but they […]

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This time it is the Real Deal, My Book is Published!

This time it is the Real Deal, My Book is Published!

Yep, it is the Real Deal! Nothing like announcing a book and then have it mucked up in publishing! But, Fish Faces, Photos and Fun Facts about Tropical Reef Fish, is available! After redoing some graphics and changing the formatting, I am very, very happy with it. Right now it is available on LULU.com at http://www.lulu.com/shop/tam-warner-minton/fish-faces/paperback/product-23212566.html. […]

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4 of the most Amazing Reasons I go on Citizen Science Trips

4 of the most Amazing Reasons I go on Citizen Science Trips

I participate in Citizen Science trips because I am a big believer in giving back. When we receive a benefit, I believe we should provide a benefit in return somewhere, somehow. Scuba Diving is a passion for me, animals are a passion, and photography underwater is a passion. I love the ocean, the earth, and […]

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