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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!
- Did you know that wheat was one of the first cereals to be domesticated? It arrived in England around 3000 BC #365dayswild #funfacts #perspectiveSometimes you have a run of days where you just need to switch off. Then you return, stand tall and root yourself back in, grounded. #365dayswild #lovetrees #backinnatureLook up, the sky's still blue! #365dayswild #blueskies #perspective #positiveoutlookPink clover bathed in sunshine #365dayswild #prettyinpink #lookcloserAn inviting view and a perfect spot to stop and stare for a while #365dayswild #takeamoment #outdoortherapyA Red Kite circling in blue skies #365dayswild #lookup #sunshinedays
Category Archives: 52 Week Challenge
This year I set myself the challenge of doing something new each week in an effort to increase my self-esteem. I feel in myself that I have become a more confident person, both through the challenges I have done and … Continue reading
Your family are those who love and care about you no matter what, who know you better than most other people and who will always be there for you. So as my self-confidence challenge nears the end, I chose to … Continue reading
Take control, state your opinion and don’t back down! With my confidence at an all time high, it was time to see just how much things have changed. Being assertive. At work, at home and learning that sticking up for … Continue reading
With the looming Christmas dinners and inevitable extra calories, what better way to tone up a bit before the festive season? This actually wasn’t my primary aim for this week but it was a motivating factor. I decided to try out … Continue reading
Building confidence has a lot to do with dependency. If you are too dependent on someone, it’s like saying you need them to ‘complete’ you. This goes for friendships and relationships alike, when in fact you complete yourself, there is … Continue reading