Bird Therapy - the benefits of engaging with nature for mental health https://www.instagram.com/p/B2s9ZOcgF96/ This weeks #BookSnapSunday photo is of a book that popped up somewhere on one of the many feeds I seem to subscribe to but I can't remember where exactly perhaps it was on goodreads, anyway, I pretty much ordered a copy straight … Continue reading #BookSnapSunday
By Summerdrought - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=35049707 Our household has been enduring the misery of colds and flu, an irritation, thankfully, just an irritation, but it has impacted blogging. There has been a lack of motivation and inspiration this last week. Hopefully turning around now. There has also been an absence of camping … Continue reading Hope
image public domain. source: pixabay I saw this fascinating story on the BBC site: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20190909-why-flight-shame-is-making-people-swap-planes-for-trains Essential the story is about our growing awareness of the carbon impact of travel, it struck a chord with me. Check out the article and let me know what you think. If you have stumbled across this blog before you … Continue reading Flight Shame, it’s a thing.
Sitting in my backyard just practicing with my Lumix FZ-300 camera learning to get better photos. Here are some resulting shots.
Since July is plastic free month just thought I would get into the spirit of the event and share one more simple thing I have done to reduce my plastic usage. Since I had some basic camping cutlery, I put the three pieces, knife, fork and tea spoon on key rings, looped them onto a … Continue reading Put Camp cutlery on a carabiner and refuse single use plastic cutlery