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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: Happiness Project
We all know how easy it is to give advice but it’s not so easy to take it. Recently, I was going through a period of change and transition and my mind was spinning with all the options which lay … Continue reading
Life is a bit like waves crashing to the shore. Sometimes you roll in gently with the waves, sometimes they toss you around and leave you stranded and sometimes you just keep getting the timing wrong and they crash over you. … Continue reading
Isn’t it nice when you know you are the reason someone feels great? Or when you put a smile on someone’s face? Doesn’t it feel amazing when they tell you it’s because of something you’ve done? All it takes is some … Continue reading
After every set back or break up, many of us will have experienced that feeling of emptiness, wondering ‘Will I ever laugh again?’, ‘Will I ever feel butterflies again?’ And the answer is yes, of course you will. But it … Continue reading
I think your 20s are times in your life when you’re trying to figure out what you really want in life. So many doors open, so many new people to meet and things to do. Yet I know that over … Continue reading
As I was travelling back from London the other evening, listening to my music and admiring the sunset through the windows of the Oxford Tube, it dawned on me how very simple life can be. Yet we insist on making … Continue reading