I’m Annie Gyg (pronounced “jig”). Welcome to my place. The BU Journey Webinar, the BU Blog, and more are offered here to help guide you towards becoming unfcukwithable. They come from my meandering, sometimes exciting, sometimes terrifying, multi-decade journey through organized religion, marriage and motherhood, familial mental illness and addiction, a civil-servant career, professional life-coach training, and grandmotherhood; a journey from a place of smallness, sadness, confusion, and unfulfillment, towards a place of self-actualization, happiness, clarity, meaning and purpose. Please take away with you whatever supports you on your journey.
When you invest in the BU Journey webinar, 30% of your investment goes directly to the David Suzuki Foundation (DSF).
Why this organization? Because, like the BU Journey, it exists to empower people to bring about positive change. In DSF’s case, it’s environmental change, which is a cause that is of very high importance to me, as is evident in my blog, Saving Cece.
As noted on its website https://davidsuzuki.org/ the Foundation empowers people to take action in their communities on the environmental challenges we collectively face. Their motto: We’re One Nature. We are interconnected with nature, and with each other. What we do to the planet and its living creatures, we do to ourselves.
Through evidence-based research, policy analysis, education and citizen empowerment, DSF works to conserve and protect the natural environment to create a sustainable Canada. The organization collaborates with non-profit and community organizations, all levels of government, businesses and individuals.
With sincere thanks for your investment,