Ecojustice on the Bayou


I always thought of climate change as something that affected developing countries. Through my work at World Renew, an international disaster response and community development organization, I am well acquainted with the devastating effect of changing growing seasons in Africa and environmental refugees in Bangladesh. I probably shouldn’t have been so surprised to learn that…

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Finding My Summer Groove

Hens & Chicks in Bloom

I feel like I’m finally finding my summer groove; which is kind of sad, because it’s almost August. But lucky for those of us without kids, “summer” lasts a lot longer than the end of August. My weight loss/health coach encouraged me to revisit my eating and movement patterns this season, since I seemed to…

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It’s the Little Things


Earlier this year, as part of Lent, I shared little ways in which I was trying to nourish my body, mind, and soul. I have found that practice worthwhile to continue.  It’s the little things that make life so rich. Sure, it’s tempting to read social media and wish that you had time to make…

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