Today’s the last motivation Monday quote in honor of Women’s History month. The inspirational words are by Berta Isabel Cáceres Flores an environmental activist and the founder of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras. She focused on stopping environmental destruction.
I hope everyone is doing well! Week 4 of my #40dayslowwasteliving challenge is going to refer to our creative capabilities. I personally feel this is beneficial since several folks are staying home. Our creative instincts will delve into DIYs, repurposing items, and even some self care actions. Remember to watch my stories to get the … More Week 4 of 40 Days Low Waste Living
Y’all I am not going to lie…I am scared and worried. I am scared for those at high risk..scared for those already with the virus..as well scared for our world and the outcomes to come. I am beyond worried about my family members whom already have health concerns…worried for our service folks (especially my sister … More
March is Women’s History Month so Monday Motivation posts will be inspiring quotes by women environmentalists. Today’s quote is by Winona LaDuke. I can only hope that our society transforms to be more earth-focused.
Gaining a deeper understanding about food waste has enhanced my desire to cook and create non-processed food items. It has also reminded me how much industrialization encouraged our ancestors and society to leave traditional practices. Such as utilizing certain non-eaten produce or animal parts for the base of commonly used cooking or cleaning products. One … More Reusing Food Scraps
It is Women’s History Month so the motivation Monday quotes will come from female environmentalists.
I am gonna restart my weekly reflections – especially now that I am hosting a challenge for the next month(reminder below) While out and about I seen folks with store-branded paper bags. If you haven’t heard New York state’s plastic bag ban started today. Naturally, the ban will help reduce the state’s contribution to an … More Weekly Ramblings