November 2023 Topic: How to Remain Calm in the Rising Sea of Chaos, Liz Rutledge, Sustainable Happiness Together LLC
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WIS Members share their expertise with the community in this special virtual series.
If you’re feeling hopeless in this world of climate change, school shootings, social media frenzy, and an ever-increasing political void, you’re not alone. Take time for some much-needed self care as Liz Rutledge guides you on a Mindfulness journey where you will appreciate the small things and recapture a sense of calm.
About the Presenter:
Liz Rutledge, Sustainable Happiness Together LLC, is deeply passionate about the environment and wellness. She has been doing Mindfulness in one form or another since she was 10 years old. Deeply committed to helping others manage stress and find calm, she teaches Mindfulness at schools in the Denver area and is trained by Mindful Schools. Liz speaks to groups about Mindfulness and Sustainability – or, Mindful Sustainability. Mindfulness is about taking care of Our Selves, Our Community, and Our Planet. Liz teaches people how to be mindful about our planet by composting, gardening, recycling and other sustainability activities.
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