Hello everyone! I have started a newsletter that is sent out every other week. In the newsletter, you will find interesting (mostly environmental) videos and articles that I have discovered as well as any updates from me. The newsletter will also include ways that you can be active in helping our planet. Click to drop your email to sign up for the newsletter.
Need some new items in your wardrobe? Instead of going to your nearest boutique or department store, try shopping second-hand. If you live in Belmopan, check out this post to find out where to go.
A few days ago, I was invited to talk on Dr. Gail Lash of Tourism for Peace's radio show “The Peace Brain Show.” We talked about a multitude of topics – from environmental solutions to ways we can be more peaceful. The episode ended with a thoughtful meditation by Dr. Gail herself. I had a great time being on the show. You can listen to the recording on BBSRadio.com.
Click to learn how to make delicious, easy, vegan, whole wheat banana pancakes!
Two Degrees is a climate fiction short story collection. Nia's story Star Chaser was selected as a winner and her story Waves and Spells was selected as a high honorable mention. Sofi Igyan and Karen Zhang, Nia's classmates, also each won an honorable mention. Click to read the Q&A and more about the anthology.
I like to be active in my community. Click here to view some pictures and short explanations of some of the environment-related activities I have been a part of.
Fast fashion is a big problem. Click to discover some ways that you can not contribute to fast fashion, but rather support a more sustainable fashion cycle.
In early March, I was invited to talk on Bart Mickler of Maya Mountain Lodge and Nature Kitchen's talk show "Let's Live Healthy Belize." We talked about a multitude of topics - from youth group involvement to going abroad, from living sustainably to getting enough sleep.
I gave a presentation on animal treatment, plant-based eating, and the Bahá'í Faith. Click to view the presentation slides or video recording.
When did we change our perception of animals?