Biomimicry as a way of Being!

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    Izzy Beardwood

    Hi Everyone! Just thought I would kick us off on a short thread to begin with~ I have just done the biomimicry as a way of being course and loved the content.

    I loved the concept of transitioning to bring biomimicry into my way of living, however, it can be really challenging to be the only person trying to make these changes in a world that seems opposed to them. What would people suggest are the best ways to transition into this lifestyle and how do you stay strong and stick to your guns!

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