Judi is a professional writer, blogger, and occasional voice of reason. She spends way too much time reading her favorite blogs or on the phone with her sister and husband. You can find her on Pinterest and at her site, www.judith-spade.com.
The one thing that I find most annoying about her blog is how she spends so much time on it and never posts about anything else. I’m not sure if it’s because she has her own voice or if she just doesn’t want to be seen as a “blogger.” Either way, I can’t stop myself from commenting at least once a day on this one.
Judith Spade is a blogger, voice of reason, and life coach. She spends too much time reading her own blog and calling her sister (or boyfriend) every once in a while. You can find her on Pinterest and at her site, www. judith-spade.com. And yes, this is the same Judith Spade who posts on the ‘official’ site of the World Wildlife Fund.
Judith is a writer, an editor, and the owner of www.judith-spade.com. She also runs www.judithspade.com/blog which is a personal blog where she blogs about her life, her writing, and many books that she’s read.
Judith Spade is no longer the same Judith Spade we knew and love. She’s a new Judith Spade, and she still posts on the official site of the World Wildlife Fund, but she’s also writing a blog called “Judith Spade Blog.” It’s an honest and personal blog where she talks about life, writings, and the books she’s reading. It’s a great place to start a conversation about environmental issues, but also some really fun stuff.
In the first entry of her blog, Spade writes, “I am a person who has been deeply affected by the environment around me. I have been very active in environmental issues. I am writing this blog not because I’m a new environmentalist, but because I want to share my experiences and thoughts about what it is like to be a human being who cares about this planet.
One of the things I love about Spade is that she takes the environment very seriously. I know that doesn’t always translate to her writing, but it makes me glad I have this opportunity to share my experiences with you, the reader.
I am very happy to report that the environmental activism that I have experienced has resulted in a much more serious state of mind than what I was having when I wrote this blog. I am no longer a complete enabler of environmental destruction, but I am certainly not a complete enabler of environmental destruction. I am, however, a very proud member of the environmentalist community.
The goal of my writing is to show that the environmentalist movement is a viable and powerful strategy for making progress in the world around us. It can only be successful for the environmentalist community and its members, for it can be an alternative to the environmentalist movement’s own efforts to get us right.
I’m not really sure what environmentalism is except for the fact that it is a movement that believes in protecting our environment and the natural world. It is also a movement that believes that we must use our power to solve problems, and I think it is a movement that has a good chance of being successful in helping solve some of the most pressing problems today.