Often we don’t have to reinvent the wheel to learn something new – we can just ask experts in the field who can draw on their experience to enlighten us. Below, we’ve shared insights insiders from various industries have shared with us.

Taylour Gonzales | Licensed cosmetologist/ salon owner

I’m in the beauty industry, one thing I would say outsiders wouldn’t understand is that it’s a science. Being a cosmetologist requires knowing and understanding the color wheel, anatomy, chemistry, electricity, hair and scalp health, etc. A lot goes into the title of being a Licensed Cosmetologist. Read more>>

Jennifer Andrews | Toy Shop Owner

The majority of toys sold in the United States are mass produced using materials and processes that are not helpful to the fight against climate change and also are potentially harmful to children. Most people assume that when they buy toys or baby goods that the products are entirely safe but that is not the case. New research suggests that more than 100 chemicals found in plastic toy materials may pose possible health risks to children. It is difficult to understand what a safe product is. Read more>>

Marcos Delgado | Solar Cleaning Technician

In the solar cleaning industry one of the most important things most solar owners are almost completely unaware of, is the maintenance and cleaning of their solar panels. Here in SoCal we get the least amount of rainfall than anywhere else in the country, therefor solar panels can’t “self clean” themselves. Solar panels are a great investment but you must remember that anytime something is left outside it will eventually get dirty and solar panels are no exception. Read more>>