What's the one thing that's a must in this world?
Without a doubt the one thing that's "a must" in this world is having relationships with our friends and family. Connecting with human beings is known to extend our lives and fill our soul with happiness. Sharing and caring with our loved ones is what life is all about.
What is the best purchase you've ever made?
Organic Mechanics Soil - it is an amazing soil filled with worm castings and one of my favorite things to add to my garden.
What brings you the greatest joy?
Food and family combined. I love spending time with my family over a good meal.
What's your favorite smell in the whole world?
Rose. It brings back memories of my grandmother.
What is the best advice you've ever received?
When I first began creating videos I struggled to have the videos look "perfect" every time. Then a social media expert I knew told me that I needed to "get over myself" and just get out there and do it no matter if I had messed up hair or clutter in the images. This advice applied to all aspects of my writing, photography, and media business, so I've jumped in and taken his advice to heart. Get over yourself and just enjoy the activity, job, or fun that you're having in order to enjoy life more.
Shawna Coronado is an author, columnist, blogger, photographer, media host, and brand ambassador in the realms of green lifestyle living, organic gardening, and low-cost cuisine who campaigns for social good. She is also an on-camera spokesperson and social media personality with more than 375,000 followers on her various social media venues and she maintains a YouTube channel with more than a million views. In 2015 she co-hosted the radio show “The Good Green Home Show” and appeared bi-weekly at her home garden as the FOX News Chicago “Gardening with Good Day” organic gardening expert. Coronado’s garden and eco-adventures have been featured in many media venues, including PBS television. Along with her green lifestyle initiatives, Coronado is concerned about promoting and teaching healthy living. She was diagnosed with severe spinal osteoarthritis, news that led her to change her lifestyle, lose weight, and consume a mostly anti-inflammatory diet. She educates audiences about beneficial diet, food, and health practices through her organic living media. She dreams that this will enable more people who suffer from similar conditions to be active. Her successful organic living photographs and stories have been shown both online and off in many international home and garden magazines and multiple books. For more on Shawna check out MotherEarthNewsFair.com!
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