I have three weeks of school left before the summer break. I've been busy thinking about how I want to spend my summer. I'll be away for a bit in Carlsbad, California and look forward to being up close and personal with the Pacific Ocean. While I'm there I'll be finishing up my latest project called, "Activism in a Box".
It may sound a bit strange, but it is an idea I've had because of questions people asked me about how I got started as an activist and conservationist. I think people believe that they need to raise a lot of money or do great big things to be an activist, but really, it is about starting. Simply trying, every day, to make our world a better place.
My Activism in a Box toolkit will be available online this July. I'm so excited to share all the tips, tools and inspirational messages to help you find and use your talents to raise awareness about things that matter to you most.
Maybe saving sharks isn't your thing (okay, it is mine), but I'm just as excited to help you find your voice and share your message with the world whatever your idea is to make positive change happen.
You're never too young or too old to get started. Our planet is worth saving and we all can help make a difference. Even the smallest effort to converse and protect our world is worth it. All you need to do is try and I'm here to help you!
"We never know the worth of water till the well is dry." ~Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia, 1732