Thank you for visiting my little corner of the internet, which I hope will be a comforting space for anyone with an interest in wildlife and self-care. I am currently studying Wildlife Conservation in Bristol, England, but have been running this blog since 2012. Over the years, it has gradually migrated from much more consumer-heavy content into these ways of life that I try to adopt as much as I can.

There is an immeasurable connection between mental health, self-care and connectedness to nature. Life is so loud; we are constantly bombarded by streams of information, usually negative, that it’s no wonder we often feel overwhelmed. This blog’s sole purpose is to remind you to spend more time in nature, to allow it to heal you. I aim to use a holistic approach to mental and physical wellbeing while living sustainably and consciously.

We cannot continue to see ourselves as separate from nature. Everything is connected, and we can gain so much from respecting what we do not understand.

The ability to be nudged by curiosity closer to the world, to lead first not with intellect but with wonder, is still within your reach.

Gary Ferguson, Eight Master Lessons of Nature