Marianne interviews Courtney Walters of U.W. Trading Company. Courtney lived in a sustainable community in Peru. Meditating in the jungle made her realize that community is very important to her and that her place is San Diego. But she brought her jungle experience to her life in San Diego by starting a coffee importing company supporting farmers in Peru growing coffee in a sustainable way. Learn more about Courtney here.
Brad Rowland summarized our discussion about “Envisioning the World Our Hearts Know is Possible” beautifully with his list of Key Elements below. Key Elements: 1. Belief drives action Always begin with the belief that…
Did you know that a baby born in the United States is nearly 3 times as likely to die during her first year of life as one born in Finland or Japan? Or that…
How do we create the world we want if we can’t envision it? The inability to imagine something drastically different is a huge stumbling block for many of us. This week Marianne and Jenise are joined by homesteading blogger Brad Rowland of Highly Uncivilized to discuss the practice of envisioning and its importance in improving our current situation. Brad summarized the key points brilliantly, here.
“My whole refrigerator is full of fish. Come and get some!” That is the kind of phone call which only happens once in a great while. But when it happens, there are only two options:…
Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you didn’t have to “make a living?” For a growing number of folks, this dream is becoming a reality. Vicki Highfield shared her progress toward this goal recently on the social media platform Tsu. Jenise took the opportunity to ask her to share more of her story in this interview.
Natural building methods are rising in popularity these days due to their often simpler designs, affordability and eco-friendliness. This week, Marianne interviews natural building expert and sustainable living aficionado Patrik Schumann who shares his knowledge and experience on the topic.
For many, the death of a loved one signals the beginning of confusion, new responsibilities, family conflicts and a huge list of to do’s. As Jenise recently found out, the stress can be overwhelming. In this episode Jenise interviews Stacy Maddux and Daniel Logan of The Bereavement Team who share heart-centered ideas and resources for the bereaved.
Our recent hiatus took place because of unforeseen events having to do with the title of this podcast.
I lost my Dad to a case of undiagnosed lung cancer in June. The experience taught me a few things that I think may help others who find themselves in similar situations.
In this episode Marianne and I discuss what happened and how a heart-centered approach can transform the process of death and dying.
How did a breastfeeding support group influence us to lead more sustainable lives? Find out more about La Leche League and how it continues to help new mothers with vital information that also supports the sustainability of humans and the planet.