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Pauline N Ferguson

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Member since: Mar 03, 2012

Who is Pauline Ferguson?

I'm your average fortyish woman who hates housework (it never goes away!) is constantly battling weight issues, sometimes gets depressed (I'm a work in progress), takes medication for hypothyroidism and manages my arthritis naturally.

I'm passionate about the environment, and I believe we need to stop poisoning it (and ourselves). I believe that once we've stopped poisoning ourselves, humankind can focus on making the next step, maybe understanding and tolerating each other, moving on and becoming all we can be. I believe it's possible, I really do. The first step is to de-tox our environment.

There are non-toxic ways to do most things. We just need to find them. While I was looking for these non-toxic ways of doing things, I found the course in Building Biology through ACES. Building Biology is the science of helping people (and animals) to be healthier, through the removal of toxins or poisons in their environment. Perfect!!!

I have now completed that course, and am a qualified Building Biologist, eager to help people and animals in Queensland to be healthier through healthier environments.

My Family

I live on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia, sharing my house with my mum, my two large dogs, two cats and two foster-cats (who don't seem inclined to find a fur-ever home any time soon). I like driving, enjoy seeing as much of Queensland and our wonderful, diverse lifestyles as I can, and hopefully helping people along the way.

Why Red Fox?

Ever since I can remember, I've had an imaginary friend. You guessed it, he's a fox. He went everywhere with me, in shopping trolleys, around the Ekka, exploring on the orchard, rainy days in the house, wherever I was, there he was.

He's the perfect partner for this business: he teaches me many foxy things. Foxes have big ears: important for listening to people. Foxes have elliptical eyes (like a cat) which means they are observant. Their noses and paws are also sensitive, and they use their senses to explore the world around them. They adapt well to the city and the country, and as their primary prey are mice, rats and grasshoppers, they actively look for and eradicate pests. All good things for a Building Biologist to know!!

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I grew up just south of Stanthorpe, and while it's a beautiful place, and I fully recommend a visit there, let me tell you, in Winter it can get quite cold! I was a bit of wussy little kid (now I'm a

Health & Fitness> Home Health Care l 2 years ago

It's that time, it's getting colder at night and in the early morning... if you haven't already got the blankets out, you're probably thinking about it. This is a great time to air out your blankets

Health & Fitness> Home Health Care l 2 years ago

My home currently has mould in it. If it's not mould, it's something that smells horrible - to the point where we can't go in one room and I'm going to need the mask to remove the furniture and stuff

Health & Fitness> Home Health Care l 2 years ago

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