From ancient natives, managed forests, coppiced avenues and graveyard guardians, there is a tree for every occasion. As well as our health. More people are becoming aware of the benefit of getting out in nature, see links below for further info. The Nature Cure Give Gardening a Go! … Continue reading #TreesOnTuesday
I've only got one thing to say this week … stop listening to news, even just for a few hours. It's all so depressing! The earth is burning and the world is run by megalomaniacs. Get outside just to stop, be still and be mindful 🙂 Here's some pics to help - Usk Resevoir,… Continue reading #TherapyThursday
Well, I've finally done it. I've registered but have no idea just yet how to upload pics or follow people. In fact, I can't find people I know! So if you are so inclined to follow my zero post/followers account, that would be lovely, thank you! naturenurse333 …
“We suffer for the simple reason that suffering is biologically useful. It is nature’s preferred agent for inspiring change. We have evolved to always live with a certain degree of dissatisfaction and insecurity, because it’s the mildly dissatisfied and insecure creature that’s going to do the most work to innovate and survive.” ― Mark Manson,… Continue reading #F*ckItFriday
I'm aiming to do a post per day using alliteration to help me keep on top of the blog, despite what else is raging around me. Still off work with my shoulder and a few other things going on so aiming to focus more on my everyday writing. So today's Therapy discussion… Continue reading #TherapyThursday
Below is a small part of the world where I can walk, think and step out of modern life. Home to much wildlife, ancient woodland and meadows, Magor Marsh, in the care of Gwent Wildlife Trust, was the route of a proposed M4 route. Horrific. But just for once, a politician saw sense and it… Continue reading Walking in Nature
I can't believe I haven't posted on here since January. Some blogger eh?! It's been a hard couple of months - my rotator cuff decided not to work one morning and frozen shoulder also kicked in. My physio told me I'm unlucky and it'll be bit of a long-haul recovery. And whilst I'd love… Continue reading How Remiss of Me!