April 21, 2021
“Watch the replay from the Mango Publishing “The Magic of Nature + Earth” Author Panel. It took place on April 21st with special guests Dr. #KacYoung + Cheryl Leutjen, facilitated by Sherry Richert Belul. This panel focused on The Magic of Nature + Earth and what it actually means to be a faery and eco-friendly advocate.”
April 18, 2021
Cheryl Leutjen, author of Love Earth Now, chats with Sibylle Westbrook, author of A Lemur called Brigitte about her experiences with the lemurs of Madagascar, especially the captivating lemur who inspired her book. The authors also chat about habitat loss, the intersection between humanitarian aid and conservation, as well as discovering our personal calls to action for Life on Earth.
December 29, 2020
“When Green Living Gets Exhausting”
The Sustainable Minimalists Podcast
“I’ll just go ahead and say it: eco-friendly lifestyles can leave us feeling weary, and that’s because living green requires extra time, patience, energy, and—sometimes—financial means.
But the heaviness associated with choosing sustainable choices day in and day out stems from experiencing a trifecta of difficult emotions, too, including confusion, hopelessness, and anger.
Today I bring you a conversation with Cheryl Leutjen. Cheryl is the author of Love Earth Now, a collection of essays that delve into the experience she coins eco-madness. Cheryl divulges her personal struggles with eco-madness as she attempts to navigate daily life as someone who cares too much in a society that cares too little; she offers honesty, too, and chronicles how she copes.
In our conversation today we focus less on concrete tips and more about finding ways to survive and thrive despite experiencing difficult emotions and understanding difficult environmental truths.”
May 7, 2020
Author|Expert Wire, Annie Jennings PR
“Eco-Mindfulness for Difficult Times”
Featuring: Cheryl Leutjen
“Today’s guest is Cheryl Leutjen – Cheryl’s deep love of Earth, as well as her hope for a bright future for her children, inspire her to write and speak about responding to the challenges of our time with heart, hope, humor, and spiritual practice. She is the author of Love Earth Now, a Silver Nautilus Book Award winner, which is a collection of her own stories and struggles to and live more eco-mindfully.”
March 24, 2020
Today we travel to Los Angeles to chat with Cheryl Leutjen about how being an environmental law attorney, writing in nature, trees, blogging, throwing darts, composting, conversations inspired by a dead bush, and a train ride come together as part of Cheryl’s past and current life.
March 20, 2020
The Big Melt Podcast
Episode 4: On the Grill
“It’s easy to see why some people just ignore the climate crisis. Actively engaging with it all the time is really – really hard. You can end up feeling like you’re doing something wrong just by being a person. So, today, instead of curling up into a little ball and vowing to only eat twigs we figure out how to approach eating responsibly, learn the merits of munching insects, give ourselves a bit of a cosmic hug with Cheryl and bust our climate myth of the week: “Plants and animals can adapt to climate change”. “
December 17, 2019
Interview on the “Art of Attention” podcast
“Cheryl Leutjen cares deeply about the future of our planet. But like the rest of us, she often feels overwhelmed by the scope of our environmental challenges and a sense of powerless in the face of so much uncertainty. In her book, Love Earth Now: The Power of Doing One Thing Every Day, she uses humor and candor to inspire others to steer toward personal engagement and sustainable hope. In this conversation, Cheryl shares some of the ways she’s found to approach the challenges of “eco-madness” more mindfully — not to prescribe how others should respond, but to invite each of us to find immediately doable ways to contribute to the sustainable wellbeing of the earth for future generations.”
November 12, 2019
Getting to Know Cheryl Leutjen
by Julie Peters
S&H Staff Writer Julie Peters and author Cheryl Leutjen explore ways to connect with and honor the natural environment while managing the stress of living in what sometimes feels like environmental apocalypse.
“What advice do you give to someone who is feeling distressed about the environmental future?
Cheryl: I hear you. I am apoplectic myself. There are days when I consider picking myself up off the floor to be a monumental success.” Read more . . .
December 17, 2019
Interview on “Out of the Box” podcast with host Rosie Tran.
“Comedian Rosie Tran (@FunnyRosie) interviews environmentalist and author of “Love Earth Now” Cheryl Leutjen (@LoveEarthNow). Cheryl is a former attorney turned writer and environmentalist. Cheryl discussed the greatest issue of our modern World, Global Warming. Her book offers practical tips and stories about how we can live a more Earth and nature-centered life. We all must take steps on a daily basis to help solve the major environmental issues of our day.”
May 8, 2019
“What are You Reading?”
Interview with the Well Seasoned Librarian
Interview with Psychologist, Spiritual Practitioner, and Author,
Dr. Davina Kotulski.