Since 1970, Earth has had one special day a year when we take a moment and really think about our planet—through demonstrations, fundraisers, volunteering, river cleanups, and other means of generally bringing our environment front and center. It was Gaylord Nelson, a senator from Wisconsin, who came up with the idea of creating a “national […]
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Happy Earth Day! And Happy #EarthGratitude Wave!
50 Things I’m Grateful for about the Earth—An #EarthGratitude List
1. Those little weeds that pop up in the cracks of the sidewalk that, even though annoying to pick, show us just how resilient and powerful nature is. 2. A crystal-clear turquoise sea with warm sun shining. Heaven! 3. That scent at the beach. Any beach. 4. The feel of lying on warm sand on […]
50 Crazy-Wonderful Things about the Earth (and Its Creatures) to Be Grateful for!
I know, everyone is busy. But stop for a few minutes and consider just how amazing and magical our planet really is. This is an especially good time to consider the crazy-wonderfulness of Earth, with Earth Day and the Earth Gratitude Wave both on the 22nd. It’s never too early to feel grateful, which is […]
The Infinite Power of Gratitude
Gratitude is the ultimate renewable energy—it’s free to give, and by giving it, you often receive more in return. If only everything were that easy! But the truth is, it is easy to feel grateful, and the benefits are wonderful. Expressing gratitude (even if it’s in the quiet of your own heart) has been found […]
Save the Date: Earth Gratitude Wave, April 22, 2015
I was sitting outside this past Thanksgiving, surrounded by beautiful trees and rolling hills and feeling grateful for the crisp, clean air, when it occurred to me that we should have a similar holiday of thanksgiving for the earth. However, we don’t need a whole new holiday for Earth; we have Earth Day. We also […]
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