Tag Archives: nature

#27 Keeping a warm heart in the cold weather 

It is bitterly cold now. The leaves are well and truly off the trees and the landscape looks bleak and unforgiving.  What we don’t see, however, is all the energy at the core of the trees and plants keeping them … Continue reading

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#26 City living for our leafy friends

Trees. I think they’re wonderful! Trees in the city, still wonderful but they do seem to have a rougher deal. No rich soil around them, no pure darkness, no real clusters like in woodlands and forests. And yet many do … Continue reading

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#25 Honouring the quiet of the coming Winter

November has arrived in a flash. I barely had time to part with October and we are now on a rollercoaster ride towards Christmas. What a strange disconnect then between our cycles and nature’s cycles. Whilst we do mad dashes … Continue reading

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#23 Let Nature Nurture You

As I’ve explored in a previous post, changing seasons can bring about changing emotions and having to deal with the sorrow of losing things but also the challenge of moving forward. It can feel like a bit of a whirlwind. … Continue reading

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#22 Welcoming in Autumn

I love this time of year. The beauty and colour indicate hope and change all at once. At a recent yoga circle practice, we talked about how the seeds we plant now will grow in the Spring and thought about what … Continue reading

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#20 Surprises out at Sea

Last weekend, I took a trip to Edinburgh, a place which always feels like my second home. I escaped the city on the Saturday and took a trip by train to the neighbouring town of North Berwick. There, I caught … Continue reading

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#19 Raindrops are beautiful

Isn’t it great to wake up after fresh rain and see a sparkling coating of raindrops on leaves and flowers, highlighting spiders’ webs and lining gates like diamonds. I love how the simplicity of a water droplet can make something … Continue reading

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