Earth Day 2019: Saving Endangered Species

Congrats, you made it thru taxes (whew!). Take a deep breath because next week our focus shifts to Momma Earth. LA Spring blossomed, thanks to some rainier days earlier this year. Ya know, those flowers are more than pretty faces … they provide important & tasty snacks for our pollinators. And sadly, pollinators of all types are in the endangered zone.

{floral & fauna found on my walks in BevHilss

From the Earth Day page: “The unprecedented global destruction and rapid reduction of plant and wildlife populations are directly linked to causes driven by human activity: climate change, deforestation, habitat loss, trafficking and poaching, unsustainable agriculture, pollution and pesticides to name a few. The impacts are far reaching … The good news is that the rate of extinctions can still be slowed, and many of our declining, threatened and endangered species can still recover if we work together now to build a united global movement of consumers, voters, educators, faith leaders, and scientists to demand immediate action.

Ready to take action?

Hub & I went for a quick hike on Sunday and it was awesome to see so many Angelenos out enjoying the trails and getting their vibes leveled up by nature.

Come see me in the studio and we can chat more about keeping Earth Day Everyday this year and beyond. PS: I sent this in an email to my fab clients last week … wish you had known what was up for Earth Day? Don’t miss out? Sign up below; never spam, always skin care tips & sizzlin’ specials!

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