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The long walk to happiness

I’ve been walking a lot recently. Just setting off and putting my work to the back of my mind. And you know what, I feel much better for it. 217 more words

Moving on

Today I recovered well from my one day blip. I have yet to create my next “challenge”, but I did work on four key things today: 61 more words

Depression

Individual Actions

In the face of climate change, do our individual actions matter? 

Originally in Finnish, this video has decent English subtitles. Good enough that I know I sympathize with every perspective offered here; like the video’s creator/narrator, I struggle to find a definitive position. 383 more words

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For the Birds

Spring is finally here and the birds are building their nests.  It’s a perfect time to read this simple yet beautiful picture book.  In Nest, artist Jorey Hurley depicts a pair of robins from nest building to caring for their chick and back to nest building again.  181 more words

Book Activities And Crafts

Being an Urban Outdoorsy Woman: Where is the nearest nature?

An important question for women hoping to be professional as well as outdoorsy is: where can I find my nearest dose of nature? Sometimes, with skyscrapers, city blocks, and sequestered trees, there isn’t always a really easy answer.  474 more words

Jenna McLaughlin

Go Outside.

I’m going to admit that I won’t really be taking my own advice and going outside today, but let me explain.

A few months ago I saw this photo: 375 more words