Where Mindfulness Meets Climate Action
Save Our Happy Place is a climate wellness newsletter helping you to:
Foster a Deeper Connection with Nature to Help Save the Planet
Save Our Happy Place is a climate wellness newsletter intersecting mental health, nature as a healing modality, and climate action. When working from a place of hope, and optimism, we can act from a place of resilience, inspiration, and strength to heal ourselves and the planet.
SOHP helps you to align your mindset, intentions, and actions to help save the planet from climate change. Learn how to incorporate small, digestible acts while garnering accumulative impact, championing optimism, and maintaining “personal sustainability”.
Subscribe for simple practices, tools, and anecdotes to harness the healing power of nature to improve your mental health and the health of the planet
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I’m Lindsay Nunez - Founder of Save Our Happy Place.
I’m a mother, climate activist, and crisis counselor living in New York City with the POV that consistent, sustainable activism comes from a place of hope, optimism, and gratitude for the planet we live on. I am passionate about helping people harness the healing power of nature to improve their mental health and the health of the planet.
I was born and raised in New Orleans where my love for nature and sustainability began. I spent my free time enjoying the great outdoors and learning about the local flora and fauna with my mother, a retired biology teacher.
While NYC might seem like something other than a haven for nature lovers, it has fast-tracked my progression into activism. The passion, resources, community, and accessibility in NYC cannot be beaten. Pre-Pandemic during my lunch breaks, I’d walk across midtown to whichever protests were igniting in front of the BlackRock, NY Times, UN, or Citi Bank Buildings.
The scale and reach needed to save our planet are massive, so I know finding a place within the climate movement that resonates with you can be challenging. We try to create an inclusive and approachable environment that lends itself to growing the climate movement by bringing on people who might otherwise have found activism out of reach.