💜 Prioritize Consistent Nourishment for Your Body

Seaweed can save the environment?

Thanks for reading another daily edition of Grateful Gazette 💜

This is your reminder to inhale the present, exhale the past, and let your breath guide you back to the present moment where peace and mindfulness reside.

You’ve made it to a beautiful Tuesday; here’s what we’re covering:

Calm Corner: Prioritize Consistent Nourishment for Your Body

Hopeful Highlight: Compostable Seaweed as Plastic Replacement?

Bright Side Broadcast: Bald Eagle Finally Becomes Foster Dad

Prioritize Consistent Nourishment for Your Body

Taking care of ourselves physically is an act of self-love and self-compassion. One simple yet powerful way to do this is by eating on a consistent schedule. Even if you don't feel hungry, putting something nutritious in your body at regular intervals can provide your mind and body with the fuel it needs to function at their best.

Think of it as a loving gesture to yourself, a way of nourishing your beautiful body. Create a schedule that works for you, and make it a priority to stick to it. This can help regulate your appetite and keep your energy levels steady throughout the day, allowing you to feel more serene and centered.

So, my dear friend, let's make a commitment to honor our bodies with regular nourishment. Remember, taking care of yourself is a beautiful and compassionate act that radiates out into every aspect of your life.

Compostable Seaweed as Plastic Replacement?

The news of a cling film made from invasive seaweed that's both heat-resistant and compostable is a welcome breath of fresh sea air. With plastic pollution choking our oceans and filling our landfills, it's reassuring to know that sustainable alternatives are being developed.

The fact that this new packaging material is made from an invasive species, which can harm native ecosystems and local economies, adds to its appeal as a solution to multiple environmental problems.

And its ability to break down quickly in a compost bin is a gentle reminder that nature has a way of taking care of itself if we give it a chance.

By using this seaweed cling film, we can take a small step towards reducing our impact on the planet, while also supporting a more harmonious relationship with the natural world.

We’re making progress!

🗞 More Good News

🌳 Islanders Remain Dedicated to Conservation Above All, Living on the ‘World’s Best Beach’

👭 Here's what the 81-year-old best friends who traveled the world want to do next

🧪 Experimental cancer trial in France is getting a boost from the Gates Foundation: ‘Potential game-changer’

💪 Woman who scaled a 2,600-metre mountain face says she 'proudly checks the disability box'

💊 New genetic target for male contraception identified

Bald Eagle Finally Becomes Foster Dad After Trying to Incubate a Rock for Weeks

Here’s the Murphy update you’ve all been waiting for…

Murphy will be given a chance this week to bond with the eaglet we received last week.

Step one will be placing the chick in Murphy’s enclosure during the day (with a warmer) within the small cage shown by Kylee here, so we can see how Murphy reacts to the chick without having full access - just in case the reaction is negative.

We affectionately call this the Baby Jail. We will not be able to give you constant photo updates since we don’t want to disturb the process at all.

Keep your talons crossed!

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