Top 10 and More To Come

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Top 10 Blog

A lot has happened in the last 2 weeks since I made my first blog post. I entered it into the World Environment Day 2015 blog competition put on by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and was selected as a top 10 finalist. The winner gets to be the official blogger at World Environment Day in Milan. Needless to say, I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity and happy to know that I am in such great company spreading the word on sustainability.

Check out the Top 10 Blogs here: http://unep.org/wed/wed2015/blog-competition/index.asp#sthash.oENJHuMl.dpbs

What’s Next

I have been hard at work behind-the-scenes prepping and making plans for Simply Conscious. I really want to make sure I am being true to myself and the message I want to convey to you, my readers and future readers. Here’s a quick peek at what came out of my branding brainstorming session:

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I am excited to continue on this path and cannot wait to see where it leads. If so much can happen in 2 weeks, imagine what we can do for the environment in 2 weeks, 2 months, or 2 years…

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