African Painted Dog – Carnivore Zookeeper Casey Taylor

By Catherine | 12/13/2021 |

A zookeeper’s story: Carnivore zookeeper Casey Taylor of Albuquerque Bio Park shares information on African Painted Dogs, shigella virus, primates, wolves and more.

My Dog Has Inflamed Bowel Disease.

By Catherine | 12/06/2021 |

My dog has inflamed bowel disease and she had a bout of it over the weekend.

Glioblastoma. Stay Positive. Stay Hopeful. Gaelin and Christian DeVisser

By Catherine | 11/29/2021 |

How do you deal with your reality? Where do you pull your inspiration from? This is a journey of inspiration and positive imprints with Gaelin DeVisser, a mother, and Christian, her son, who at 19 was diagnosed with glioblastoma, a brain tumor. The two share how they remain positive and hopeful. 

Thanksgiving Thank You Message From the Podcast Host

By Catherine | 11/22/2021 |

Your Positive Imprint host shares a thank you message to listeners and guests.

Raised Gardens and Composting For Sustainability. Amy Grisak

By Catherine | 11/15/2021 |

Grow your food and become sustainable. Amy Grisak explains how to build and maintain raised gardens. Raised gardens and compost have numerous sustainability benefits including improved soil conditions. What’s in your garden?

Guide to the Natural World. Amy Grisak (Yellowstone, Waterton, Glacier National Parks and more)

By Catherine | 11/08/2021 |

Stay in touch with the natural world. Freelance author and photographer, Amy Grisak, helps to understand the outback in Waterton Lakes, Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks and BEYOND. Everything nature!

Stay Alive Suicide Prevention and Meditation Music Composers, Frank Kilpatrick and Rayko

By Catherine | 11/01/2021 |

Why does music bring on certain emotions? Is it the beat? Instruments? Memories? Fantasies? Words? Rayko and Frank Kilpatrick create a mood through their music. Their compositions are a path to relaxation and meditation. As suicide prevention advocates Frank co-produced and Rayko appeared in the Stay Alive documentary for the purpose of helping those to find their way out of despair. Sometimes the questions are more important than the answers.

The Right To Repair. Inspiration Monday!

By Catherine | 10/25/2021 |

Inspiration Monday! We are in a state of learned helplessness with our evolving throw-away society. When something breaks and needs repair, manufacturers often require us to pay exorbitant prices. There’s a reason for that. Stand up and fight for your right to repair. It is unsustainable for the earth for us to continue throwing things away when there are alternatives. Get inspired with The Right to Repair and Repair Cafe.

Return to the Repair Cafe with Jackie Carter

By Catherine | 10/18/2021 |

The common mindset is to throw it away if it doesn’t work. That causes problems for the environment as this practice is unsustainable for the earth. Sustainability of your belongings and of the earth is exceedingly necessary. Repair Cafe is interactive and anybody anywhere in the world can start one. Jackie Carter explains how it works. Repair Cafe. Fix it. Don’t throw it away.

Climate Change OMG with Josh Willis of NASA

By Catherine | 10/04/2021 |

Climate change is a massive shift of our planet. Our civilization is built on the climate we’ve had for thousands of years. Principal Investigator Josh Willis of Nasa’s Ocean’s Melting Greenland (OMG) shares his studies and research measuring the oceans and ice and how they change over time.