Gardeners innately tend to their plants, responding to their needs – providing water when they are drooping, nutrients when they are hungry, adjusting shade and sunlight as necessary and protecting them from virulent pests. To succeed at life we must also learn to care for ourselves. … More Life Lessons from Gardening
Due to predation on land and in the water, many turtles do not survive into adulthood; a mere 1 out of 1000 hatchlings become adults. Other dangers such as climate change, plastic pollution and fishing practices are now exacerbating risks to turtles.
… More 3 Ways to Help Save the Turtles
To align my home with my eco-conscious values, I followed a few principles which can be readily applied to anyone establishing a new home or seeking to live a more sustainable lifestyle. … More How to Create an Eco-Conscious Home
Do we want to live in an economy or a society? Now and in the near future, to a certain extent, we have an opportunity to choose how we recover from this global crisis. We can decide what our future might look like; how we might build a stronger, more resilient society; and whether we want to live in an economy or a society, or both! … More Economy or Society: Our Post-Covid-19 Decisions
I’ve inherited a previously loved but now wild garden. Before I begin to nurture new growth, first the space must be transformed so it is ready for seeds to be sown. I hope to grow bounteous vegetables, attract bees (and birds) and create a relaxing little nature escape nestled in urban life. … More Sowing Seeds of Change: Our Time to Flourish