I met Alexa of Super Food, Super Life during my classes at this year’s 2016 Spirit Weaver’s Gathering, and we quickly connected.
I mention in my interview with Dream Freedom Beauty that I am constantly feeling the weight of the ecological impact having a business inherently has. I question if the small changes I make (like shipping with post-consumer recycled boxes + printing on Tree Free Paper) even matter.
What a foolish use of energy, ey?
Well folks, Alexa has helped me refocus my energy into creative channels – like expanding my Community Supported Herbalism program, teaching more classes, and dreaming up creative ways to bring the magic of herbalism in households everywhere.
I had a LOT of fun with this Q+A, and it gives you insight into how Grandmother’s Medicine started, what our days are like in the different seasons of the year, and what some of my favorite books are for beginners looking to give herbs and gardening a try.
“During this time, it’s easy to look around and see how much work we have to do and skills we must relearn in order to become more sustainable inhabitants of this planet. There are some individuals who are really making strides and examples of living in accordance & harmony with nature. Vicky Salcido-Cobbe is one of them. I met this woman earlier this season at the Spirit Weavers gathering when I took two of her herbal medicine classes. This woman is FULL of life, spirit, & emotion. She lives without internet, gardens most of the day, composes gorgeous books to teach others about herbalism, and spends time making her community supported herbalism boxes, amongst many other lovely handmade products. They are next level people! Vicky is setting the bar high and I am so honored to share her interview with you today. She is my hero.”
Thanks Alexa! You are my hero too.
Until next time,