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Camille Jackson

  • What do you spend your time doing? Working, eating, cooking, playing, walking, all in good rhythm and with much repetition.
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  • Favorite flower: Calla Lily.
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  • What are personal values that you believe in: Listening always, never skimp on reflections of gratitude, and always keep busy, just enough.
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  • A song or band from your formative teenage years that still resonates with you today and why: Undertow by Warpaint; hometown heroes I will always keep on repeat!

  • Fire, Earth, Water, Air? Air, air, air with a splash of water.
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  • DIY skill you possess or want to learn: Canning! Knitting!
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  • If you could change one thing about the world right now, what would it be: Eliminating food waste and overproduction, or ensuring it really gets into the mouths of people who need it.
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  • Movement, meditation or ritual you engage with: Cycling almost daily, Yoga Nidra weekly, walking most nights before bed to clear the mind for restful sleep and dreams. 
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  • Eco-therapy; how do you like to be involved with Mother Nature? Being mindful of being plastic-free, every piece of plastic we’ve ever used in our lives is still here, and I try to always remember that.
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  • How do you use Activist Mānuka Honey? A spoonful in the morning for my seasonal allergies and ticklish throat, as a face mask when experiencing occasional dryness or a little break out, on a rice cake with a nut butter, the possibilities are endless and fruitful.
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  • What is natural beauty to you? A vibration that permeates beyond aesthetic; it resonates inside and out.
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  • How do you try and keep your life uncomplicated? By having routines that feed my bliss.
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  • Favorite recipe to cook for friends? Za’atar Radishes from Allison Roman’s 'Dining In'.
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  • A challenge in your life that you have overcome: Still consciously working on letting go.
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  • Is there something you are passionate about at present or want to bring light onto a particular subject? Advocacy for birthing people!