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I’m Emma; keen blogger, nature lover and eternal optimistic.
I have enjoyed writing ever since I can remember, from writing short stories during my childhood, to guest blogging with translation agency, Planet Veritas.
The things I write about here are inspired by nature, things I have read or purely from my imagination!
- Gorgeous iris flower with a background of buttercups #365dayswild #springcolours #brightandbeautifulSuch a lovely sight to see - a white rose coming into flower #365dayswild #roses #springtimeA harlequin ladybird soaking up the sunshine #365dayswild #lookcloser #sunnydayBlue lit late night skies #365dayswild #takeamoment #lightereveningsThe smiling face of a daisy in the sunshine! #365dayswild #sunnyday #takeamomentPretty tulip opening up to the sunshine #365dayswild #sunshinemakesushappy #springflowers
Author Archives: ecwblog
Last week, I started up a project around belonging and I am setting myself a challenge each week, in an effort to feel a greater sense of belonging to myself and my community. My first challenge was to be bold. … Continue reading
I can’t take full credit for this as it has been inspired by a beautiful book I am reading called Belonging by Toko-pa Turner (read it!) The book touches on how we must learn to look within us for the … Continue reading
Days like today when you’re stretched out in a chair in the garden, soaking up the sunshine and listening to the birds, are just perfect. They teach you about being present and the art of just being in the moment. … Continue reading
For the first time in a long time, I am aware that I feel content. I am not constantly worrying or overanalysing or being anxious, I am at peace. I am the fittest I have ever been and I feel … Continue reading
Recently, I have been thinking about making a big decision. It’s been a few months in the planning, but it doesn’t make it any less difficult. In the weeks leading up to it, it seems as though the Universe is … Continue reading
Have you ever been somewhere and it just feels like home? A place where you know each turn in the road and every different carve in the rocks. Where you recognise the shape of the trees and the line of … Continue reading