Okay but WHY is Morgan having this girls getaway in Myrtle beach?
Because I am so so so so blessed that I stepped out of my comfort zone almost FOUR years ago and reached out to Meredith for help. I felt hopeless about my life, I felt like I was drowning, I needed change but I didn’t know what. I decided to start with physical change and did a fitness challenge group. But it has become sooooo much more. I’ve learned to do hard things, I’ve learned what I’m capable of, I’ve embraced things I used to hide, and coaching has opened up a world of friendship, accountability, a business I enjoy, and growth.
At the beginning of this year Meredith gave us a challenge to earn this trip. She asked us who was going to do the work to be here. She invited us to be leaders and come retreat together to be inspired, and to dream together.
Yesterday we had such a beautiful morning of learning, journaling, dreaming, and growing.
So maybe next year you will be with me😉
The results are in for #ORCAOceanWatch 2019!
An amazing 2,201 individual animals were seen, including 18 different species of whale, dolphin and porpoise. Some of the highlights from this year include sightings of belugas, false killer whales, blue whales and Sowerby's beaked whales!
Thank you to to everyone that took part in ORCA OceanWatch 2019, it was a huge success and we hope you will join us again next year!
Read more on our website (link in boi)
Meet Lily! RubyMoon are proud to support Lily Stuart on the eXXpedition Round the World Voyage which sets sail from Plymouth, UK today, October 8th and will sail through some of the most important and diverse marine environments on the planet.
We will be closely following Lilly on the December Leg 5 part of the trip.
Lily, from Ireland is a Sustainability Analyst. Since plans for the mission were announced last December, almost 10,000 women from around the world have applied to take part in the voyage, so Lily is very deserving of her place on board. Read more about this exciting adventure in link in bio #trip#travelgram#adventure#plasticpollution#ocean#oceanpollution
The annual Blessing of the Fleet was held last Sunday at Sydney Fish Market.
Here's one of our local OceanWatch trained Master Fisherman showing the community how to quickly mend rips and tears in fishing net, an important skill that ensures netting can continue to be reused time and time again.
'Alone a drop...Together an ocean'
🐟 #fishing#masterfisherman #oceanwatch#fishingnet
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OceanWatch trained Master Fisherman are helping to promote sustainable practices and environmental awareness in Australia's fishing industry.
Master Fisherman are trained and assessed to participate in environmentally sustainable and responsible fishing practices. This helps consumers to make sustainable choices when buying seafood. 🐟
'alone a drop...together an ocean'
To find out more visit: oceanwatchmasterfisherman.org.au
In the 2 years of it's running, Ocean Watch - Goa, a collaborative Marine Stranding Response and Monitoring Network has not only been able to successfully establish a first responder network, but has also played a vital role in continous and efficient documentation of a multitude of marine stranding incidents, across the coast of Goa.
This month, the network has recorded 6 strandings, including the carcasses of an Indian Ocean Humpback dolphin and Finless Porpoise calves and a live Green Sea Turtle. While our marine life is affected by a range of different stressors, we are unsure of the exact reasons behind these unfortunate incidents, due to the current lack of marine veterinarians in Goa.
With the support of Goa Forest Department, Terra Conscious, IUCN and Drishti Marine Services (@drishtimarine ) as it's core partners, we hope to continously work towards strengthening the network, building capacity and improving network efficiency.
Do you know that the majority of marine litter sources from land and landbased activities? And of all marine litter, about 80 % of it is plastic? This is both micro plastics; tiny pieces of plastics like for example what you find in clothes and cosmetics, and macropastics; bigger pieces of plastic, like for example your ice cream-/lollies packaging. As water from lakes and rivers runs towards the ocean, it will collect and transport loose rubbish on its way, and this way a lot of it will eventually end up in the ocean. So your footprint matter for everything, wherever you are.👣
Know that the plastic you leave in nature won’t disappear. No matter where you live. Bring your rubbish home, #dontlitter and always #plukkanopp / #pickitup 🌱 🌊 #tavaha
Sources: @unenvironment @havforskningen .
The Great Barrier Reef, one of the most diverse, complex & important natural ecosystems on our planet. As well as my most beloved source of endless inspiration. 🌏💜🐠
Diversity in all forms is vital; it is what enriches our global community with beauty 🌈