Healthy Women: Happy Spring / Autumn

Thoughts are things.

March 21 is the 80th day of the year (81st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 285 days remaining until the end of the year. In astrology, the day of the equinox is the first full day of the sign of Aries. (Wikipedia) It is also the traditional first day of the astrological year.

In the northern hemisphere, March 21 is the commencement of spring whereas in the southern hemisphere it is the commencement of autumn.

The International Day of Forests was established on the 21st day of March, by resolution of the United Nations General Assembly on November 28, 2012. (United Nations)

Think green.
by Cathy Williams Feminine-Perspective Magazine

 Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic“Healthy Women: March 21” Photo Art by Rosa YamamotoFeminine-Perspective Magazine Photo Credit:  Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic 


  • You create your own world by the way you think, act and feel.
  • If you are negative, your life will revolve around negativity.
  • If you are positive, your life will revolve around positivism.
  • Being in a good place with happy people surrounding you will help bring out the joy from deep within your heart for you to share with the others around you.

    Remember, a smile is contagious!

Live in Peace!
Live in Joy!
Live in Harmony!
Live in Love!
Live in Truth! ‎
Live in the Light of Positivism!

Cathy Williams


Key Messages for The International Day of Forests 

  • Understanding our forests and keeping them healthy is crucial for our future. Forests will be more important than ever as the world population climbs to 8.5 billion by 2030.
  • You’re never too young to start learning about trees. Helping children connect with nature creates future generations conscious of the benefits of trees and forests and the need to manage them sustainably.
  • Both modern and traditional knowledge are key to keeping forests healthy. While foresters should know and understand nature well, they should also learn to use cutting-edge technology to ensure that our forests are monitored and managed sustainably.
  • Investing in forestry education can change the world for the better. Countries can help ensure there are scientists, policy makers, foresters and local communities working to halt deforestation and restore degraded landscapes.
  • Women and men should have equal access to forest education. Gender parity in forest education empowers rural women to sustainably manage forests.

Source: (United Nations)