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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!
- I haven't posted a nature photo in a while because I haven't been deliberately looking for anything. But sometimes nature has this way of finding you. My headlights picked out this little frog tonight and it was like nature saying "I see you" and all of a sudden it brings you back to where you need to be 🙏 #365dayswild #thoughts #mothernature #gratefulScottish wildflower Sea Rocket on the beach. This succulent has a long taproot that holds it in place. The root then branches out to form a network that stabilizes the sand #365dayswild #wildflowers #wonderfulnatureSeeing a lot of these fuzzy little things at the moment. These caterpillars turn into fox moths eventually #365dayswild #lookdown #lifecyclesA harebell spotted in the grassland, offering a good autumnal source of nectar for bees #365dayswild #wildflowers #grasslandsHeather painting the landscape purple #365dayswild #wildbeauty #openspacesThe orange flowers of a Montbretia set against a backdrop of mountains #365dayswild #wildnature #takeamoment
Tag Archives: freedom
This week I was using an app called Let’s Meditate to practice meditation every day. At first I started with just 5 minutes and through the week build it up to 15 minutes. I didn’t know what to make of … 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
Today is not a Monday, but it feels like one. Perhaps because of the bank holiday yesterday. It’s the start of a new week, a new work week. All in all a pretty good day – the sun was shining, … Continue reading
People always say enjoy life while you’re young and carefree because before too long, the responsibilities pile up, you become rooted or committed by jobs or people and life seems to get more serious. Last week, I shook off my … Continue reading