Happy Earth Month To All Of My Amazing Clients!

Throughout time, our planet has generously offered stunning backdrops for our photography sessions. As Earth Month unfolds, it prompts us to reflect on our relationship with this cherished home of ours. Let’s contemplate how we can become better stewards of Mother Earth!If you haven’t already, we urge you to take a moment to immerse yourself in nature and forge a deeper connection. Indeed, it appears that Earth isn’t asking for merely a day or a month of acknowledgment; it beckons for our care every single day!
Moving Towards Reciprocity
For today’s communication, we wanted to introduce the concept of reciprocity with nature—a notion that urges us to recognize the interconnectedness between humanity and the environment.

Reciprocity is the giving back to nature as much as we receive from it, fostering a balanced and sustainable coexistence. After all earth does provide us with clean air, water and other resources. Without her we wouldn’t exist.
You may ask what can I do today? 


Consider incorporating a Meatless Monday (cow gas and burps release methane gas, a single cow produces between 154 to 264 pounds of methane gas per year. 1.5 billion cattle, raised specifically for meat production worldwide, emit at least 231 billion pounds of methane into the methane into the atmosphere each year) source: EPA.gov


Try a plastic free laundry or dishwasher detergent or toilet bowl cleaner 
If you think all of your plastic is being recycled, think again! Only about 6% of ALL plastics (including single use plastics) are actually recycled. source: MIT Tech review

Blueland Laundry Detergent
Dishwasher Detergent
Toilet Bowl Cleaner


Add a water filled half gallon milk jug to your toilet tank and reduce water usage with every flush



Turn out lights when you leave a room

When replacing light bulbs, be sure to use energy efficient bulbs


Consider taking a visit to the Roswell recycling center or even consider scheduling a tour.

To view more information about what the Roswell recycling center accepts, review the brochure: HERE


Recycle electronics on April 27th at the Computer Museum of America. 

Drive up and drop off. It’s that simple.

List of accepted items:

Computers, Laptops, Servers, Networking Equipment, (Routers/Switches/modems/Firewalls), Computer Accessories, (Motherboards/Hard Drives/Power Supplies), Phones, Tablets, LCD Flat Screen Monitors, Wires/Cabling, Gaming Systems, Cable Boxes, Cameras, Audio/Video Equipment, Flat Screen TVs ($20 Disposal Fee Per TV), Fitness Trackers/Smartwatches, Printers, Small Appliances, Power Tools
Final Thoughts …

While the challenges posed by climate change are significant, the solutions are within our reach. By making small changes to our daily habits and lifestyles, each of us can contribute to a more sustainable and resilient future for our planet. Whether it’s turning off lights, biking to work, or supporting local farmers, every action adds up to make a difference. Let’s get into nature and continue to move towards reciprocity. Together, let’s harness the power of individual agency and collective action to address the climate crisis and create a better world for generations to come.

Inspiring Reads

Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer was my most favorite read this year. 

In Braiding Sweetgrass, Indigenous ecologist Robin Wall Kimmerer explains how to incorporate knowledge, hope and joy into a practice of mutual care with other people and the natural world. A practice of reciprocity.

Inspiring Reads

Children’s Book: Our Planet! There’s No Place Like Earth

Meet Earth. Planet Awesome! And your awesome home! Actually, Earth is home to all the plants and all the animals in the solar system, including nearly eight billion people.

Curious About Your Ecological Footprint?Check out the carbon footprint calculator here: CARBON CALCULATOR

Increased greenhouse gas emissions have a direct impact on global warming. This accelerates climate change which can damage our planet. All of us can contribute to fighting global warming by making climate-friendly choices in our daily lives.
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