4th of July and Clean Beach Week

Good morning Yogis! For those of you in the United States, it’s Independence Day. In honor of the holiday, we will take a break from focusing on self-improvement, and focus on making the world a bit brighter today!

Yesterday was the start of Clean Beach Week. If you do not want to read through the link… 4th of July is the number one day for beach attendance, but also the number one day for beach littering! I think everyone across the political spectrum can agree that litter on beaches or anywhere in nature is quite undesirable.

I learned that plastic is not truly recyclable, and often ends up on our beaches. We are often doing better by throwing plastic in the trash than the recycle bin! Recycle IS last in “Reduce Reuse Recycle” so see if there are other ways you can reduce or reuse your plastics, since they often are not actually recycled.

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Today’s Daily Yogi Practice is to participate in Clean Beach week, or another form of outdoor clean-up. You can consider this a practice of selfless Saucha. So, if you are one of the many people heading to the beach this weekend, make sure to pick up after yourself! Maybe bring gloves and trash bags and do some extra clean-up in honor of Clean Beach Week since you’re already there. If you are not near any beaches or have other plans, keep an eye out for litter while you are out and do a little clean up when the opportunity presents itself. If you do not have holiday plans, perhaps find and participate in an organized clean-up.. these events are usually great for maintaining social distancing! Perhaps plant a tree. Or, keep your holiday plans and support beach and ocean cleanup efforts by purchasing a 4Ocean sea plastic bracelet. Or, if none of these suggestions resonate with you, find another way to practice some environmentalism!

Please comment and share how you helped brighten up the world a bit today. How did this make you feel? Always remember, be kind!

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