Eco-anxiety and concerns about our future can affect well-being, or cause distress.
Living sustainably and encouraging others to avoid waste can be a challenge at the best of times, and being in the middle of a pandemic, only adds to it.
Everyone is feeling it, in different ways. You might be putting on a strong face for others. Maybe you're giving care to those who need support, or you have kids schooling from home. And on top of that there's the work situation and doing what you can to be waste-conscious. Yes, it's a lot to keep thinking about.
Trying to reduce waste and keep living sustainably
Feeling limited with the pandemic situation
Supporting the wellbeing of others
Frustrated with the excessive waste people create
Worrying about, or overthinking this, again and again
It's tough for everyone, but you need to STOP OVER-THINKING. Your wellbeing is important and it's time for you to rebalance, with a little self-care, so you can stay strong through all this, for yourself or for others.
This mindfulness session will help refocus your inner eco-warrior, and rebalance the calm to find the strength you need, as we face the stressors, anxiety, frustration and all the rubbish that the pandemic has thrown our way.
This session is led by Rachel Sietzema, a Mindset Coach who helps people navigate the feeling of overwhelm, manage life’s stresses, and uncover their true confidence. She takes a holistic approach towards sustainability and empowers people to take a balanced approach while being environmentally conscious and inspiring others.
Moderated by Kirsty Bishop-Fox, a sustainability and waste consultant, advocating environmental awareness to transform the approach to waste, recycling and sustainable living. Kirsty specialises in environmental behaviour change and education programs to support community engagement and sustainability initiatives.
Review webinar by Zero Waste
ECO - ANXIETY Webinair delievered
Thank you for holding the environmental anxiety workshop for us online. People enjoyed how you opened a heavy subject and made it easier to discuss. Eco-anxiety and concerns about our environmental future can affect well-being, or cause psychological distress. And people don’t always realise how much it’s affecting them or those around them.
The feedback from the group was that they could relate to what you were saying. Your talk was easy to listen to, engaging and gave a sense of empowerment. I look forward to working with you again.
President, Zero Waste Victoria
Sustainability Consultant | Speaker | Educator | Environmental Writer