Humans are like pineapples

December 25 2015

Aloha humans,

I thought I'd share a few things I'm passionate about:

-Our bodies are our vessels in this world so why don't we all take care of them? We truly are what we eat and I think that everyone should be conscious of what they decide to put into themselves. Regardless of what you do choose to put into your body, I think it's important that you know what it is and are satisfied with your decision.

-Everyone can dance, if you are having fun and moving your body in any way you want to then you're dancing. It's a beautiful thing that I could not live without. The expression of the human body through dance is amazingly beautiful.

-Humans are like pineapples, sometimes you just have to go upside down to get the juices flowing. (I say this every time I do headstands)

-Being environmentally friendly is not a scary and daunting task. Even just bringing your own bags to the market, opting out of plastic, turning lights off, using mugs and reusable water bottles can do a lot.

-For those of you in countries that can drink from the tap, be appreciative of that fact and don't buy water when it's free.

-I've recently moved from my home on the Big Island of Hawai’i to Chiangmai, Thailand for the second time in my life.

-Let me know if you're interested or have questions about…
-Ayurveda medicine (I eventually will go to school in California for it)
-how to teach others to go “green” and effectively explain that it doesn't have to be hard
-vegan/vegetarian ism ( I have been a vegetarian my whole life and vegan since I was 13)
-Big Island of Hawai’i

-Chiangmai, Thailand
-travelling around Southeast Asia or Europe

Feel free to drop me an email if you're interested in anything I've touched on or just want to have a chat with a 22 year old who's travelling around the world and learning as much as she possibly can. Suggestions of where to go and what to do in countries in SEA or Europe are greatly appreciated. Mahalo a nui loa

Blessings, peace and aloha to all,

Marisa Mc Cann
[email protected]
Chiangmai, Thailand (at the moment)

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