A Sustainable Self Care Newsletter
JANUARY 2020: Why 2020 Will Be The Year of Self-Care, Review of Ethical + Sustainable Athletic Clothing and more
DECEMBER 2019: The Importance of Self-Care During the Holidays, Sustainable Gift Packaging and more
November 2019: 8 Ways to Practice Gratitude That Aren’t Journaling, Cultivating Gratitude During The Holidays and more
October 2019: Readjusting Your Self-Care Routine for Fall, 5 Autumn Outdoor Activities for Self-Care and more
September 2019: End-of-Summer Meditation to Embody Openness, 5 Ways to Green Your Fitness Routine and more
August 2019: 10 Mindfulness Tips for Busy People, 5 Ways to Be a More Sustainable Traveler and more
July 2019: Summertime Self-Care: 10 Ways to Nurture Yourself, 10 Eco-friendly Alternatives to Plastic in the Household or Office and more
June 2019: 10 Self-love Rituals for the Summer Solstice, 6 Tips for Going Green in Your Kitchen and more
May 2019: Care for Yourself. Care for the Planet., 5 Tips for Growing a Greener Backyard and more
April 2019: 5 Exercises to Help Nurture Self-Compassion, Carbon Footprint and Plant-Based Diets and more
March 2019: Self-care Isn’t an Indulgence, It’s a Discipline, Green Commuting: Healthy for You and the Planet and more
February 2019: Do You Truly Know How to Love Yourself?, 5 Reasons to Switch to ‘Green’ Cleaning Products and more
January 2019: Start Doing for Yourself in the New Year, Living Sustainably and more
VITAL CONNECTIONS NEWSLETTERS
Happy New Year–cheers to this first month of the year when we get a chance to reflect and receive a fresh start! I hope many of you spent time with family or close ones, connected to nature in some way, and experienced gratitude and kindness this holiday season.
Sometimes one moment can change the course of history, and it seems like the days we are currently living are consequential for future generations to come. In our personal lives, one moment, or decision, can be just as meaningful and create ripple effects on many levels. We are a few short weeks from the start of a new year and a new decade, a moment that allows us to observe, take a breath, and plant seeds for the type of future we want to live in with awareness and gratitude.
Our California community is on my mind, I’ve been thinking about all of those impacted and affected by the wildfires and sending prayers for their safety. The commitment the firefighters make to work tirelessly to save what they can is simply remarkable, and I am personally humbled and grateful for those efforts. We are living in fragile times and being thankful for what we have is so important.