This advertisement for Intrepid Travel is simply inspired. Made with 14 months of globe-trotting footage, this video is sure to make you smile.
PS- If you love the song that’s playing during the video, it’s called “Mine” and it’s by the group Spirits of the Red City.
Since we’re already on the subject of going green, I thought I’d share a new app I recently downloaded. It’s called Food Tripping, and I love it! The app was created by the stud from the show Entourage (In real life he goes by Adrian Grenier) and his friend, Peter Glatzer.
The goal? To lead you to the closest healthy eateries, farmer’s markets, juice joints, and vegan spots all over the US via GPS technology!
Why is this app so great? Because it’s a collaborative effort between the founders, Ford (the duo recently teamed up with the auto company), and the community of people who use the app. This ensures that the spots are not only accurate, but current.
I live in a small town in Michigan, so I was a little hesitant to download this, thinking that it was meant for bigger, more conscious cities. I extremely underestimated how useful this app would be! Food Tripping has led me to over 10 new places that I had never heard of, and now I’m sure to become a regular. Download this app! (<–Are you hearing me? Seriously, download it!)
Read more here.
It’s finally happening!
I am so proud (If you can say that about a billion dollar company) that Ford is embracing the change it wishes to see in the world. Ford’s new Focus is sleek, affordable, and most importantly efficient! I got a flyer in the mail today encouraging me to check out the movement online, but I’m already sold. Ford has always been known as a pioneer in the car industry, and now their legacy will continue for generations to come. It’s not just a smart move to go green, but it’s the right one. *applause*
Check out just what makes the 2013 Ford Focus so special, here.