Until recently, I had no real idea of what Forest bathing was. I had heard of it in passing, and that was about it. I started thinking about it more when I was looking up at the underside of trees and thinking about how happy it made me. This led to wanting to find out more about Forest bathing, what it was and how I could do it!
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Creating a miniature moss garden is a great way to connect with nature and find peace, especially if you don’t have an actual garden or an outdoor space nearby where you can spend some time relaxing. Remember that moss enjoys a humid environment. You can maintain it by placing a clear glass or lid over the container to create a mini greenhouse effect. Alternatively, you can mist the moss garden …
Larkhill is an eco-friendly glamping site in Carmarthenshire, West Wales, that my partner and I stayed at for my 23rd birthday. We chose to stay in the Bentwood Yurt, but there are currently four other structures you can stay in, including a Tipi and a Mongolian Ger. Each of these has been handmade by the owners, Fran and Tony and their children. It is a unique and, dare I say magical place to stay – despite us visiting in the winter. From the actual buildings to the play area with fairy houses, Larkhill is a lovely experience that has been handcrafted by people that really care about your experience and the environment.
According to the University of Derby course on the topic, nature connectedness (the feeling of being mentally, emotionally connected with nature) can improve our wellbeing. What this means is that at times when our access to the outdoors is limited, we can practice that sense of connection with nature at home. Here are my five top tips on how to do that.
Bath Digital VIRTUAL festival starts today. Since it is happening online and we can all access it for a small ticket fee, I would like to highlight the sessions I really like. Here are my top choices.
How can we use social media to reconnect with nature? Here are my few tips.
Here are my top three mindful walking techniques
The last two, three weeks have been quite hectic for many of us. Let’s stop and breathe. Here are my three short mindfulness videos. Enjoy.