After we came back from Charleston and Savannah (which by the way was incredible and I´ll make a post about it soon) this week has been so busy, I haven´t even managed to check in here until now. Spring is here and there is so much to do and prepare for. Exciting times ahead!
Tomorrow we are packing our suitcases again and heading up to New York for the weekend. I am attending an Holistic health conference both Saturday and Sunday and we will of course squeeze in some fun as well. New York feels like home now, so it´s just amazing to go there, meet with friends, chill and take in the unique atmosphere. Sunday night we fly back to Norway for two weeks of work (selling a house) and family/friends time. Always good to go back to our roots♥
Before all of that let me just share with you a really cool thing, that you probably already heard about, and that is happening this upcoming Saturday.
Every year millions of people, businesses, and landmarks set aside an hour to host events, switch off their lights, and generally make noise to shine a light on the need for climate action.
Earth Hour is more than an event or an hour every year. It is a movement that over the last 10 years, have achieved massive environmental impact. Earth Hour participants has helped make some pretty amazing things happen.
Each year, millions of people across the globe come together to make this movement happen. Earth Hour belongs to you and me and it´s coordinated by WWF and other volunteer organizations. Together we’re shining a light on the need for action on climate change.
To be able to continue that more people need to step up and there is several things we can do to engage in and help support the worlds biggest grassroots movement. Click here to find out how you can take part. For our planet and everyone on it.
This planet sure is something to fight for ♥
Have a great weekend, switch off the lights for an hour Saturday, at 8:30PM (Local time) And remember,
“ No individual action is to small, no collective vision is to big”
With Purpose & Pepper