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Two of my passions in life are animal welfare and the environment. Most recently I’ve been writing for BlueDot.ca, (an initiative of The David Suzuki Foundation) and my articles are published locally on Metroland Media.
One of the more recent articles I’ve published there is now live on my blog. We all love to look good, but until I did the research for this post, I had no idea how detrimental the fashion industry was for the environment. You can find out all the nitty gritty of what I discovered in “How Looking Good Can be Bad for the Environment”.
As we are all in lockdown for the pandemic, the natural world seems to be enjoying the reprieve from human activity. It was so exciting for me to see all the great news that I wrote, “How Covid-19 is Good News for the Environment”.
If you are like me, you’re someone who has deep reverence and love for animals. As a passionate elephant lover, I’ve become very conscious of how much cruelty there is on this planet towards animals…both domestic and wild. My latest post “Raising Our Consciousness About Animal Cruelty” started with a simple headline I saw online and had me wanting to explore more. Read more HERE.
Having just returned from a perfect two weeks in Sedona, Arizona, my love for and awe of nature, continues to deepen. This trip was very reflective and also inspirational and resulted in my new Huffington Post piece, We Need to Consciously Spend More Quality Time in Nature.
As I’ve gotten older, my curiosity and sensitivity to the natural world has continued to deepen. I realized that so many of us do not even stop to be in nature when we have the opportunity to. This prompted me to research the healing benefits of nature and to share my findings in my new Huffington Post piece, Nature Can Heal Humanity.
Not too long ago I had the pleasure of being a guest on Reba Linker’s video interview series, “Paint Yourself Into the Picture”. It was an interesting experience for many reasons and as a compliment to the conversation, I began to think about healing and how art had been so key in my healing journey. What I realized was that “Healing is an Art“. Enjoy both the article and you can watch the interview by itself HERE.