I'm really excited to begin with the first in my new blog series: How we use nature for better wellbeing! The aim of this series is to showcase how different people use nature in their daily lives to overcome barriers to health and wellbeing. Our relationship with nature is very personal: each of us relate … Continue reading How we use nature for better wellbeing: new blog series!
Spring is my favorite time of year. It speaks to me of new beginnings, fresh energy and light, colour and life. Spring makes me feel excited for the rest of the year to come. This is what I'm feeling and channeling this week as I work on Wild Happy Well's first big adventure of 2019! … Continue reading Spring Nature for Wellbeing workshop, Saturday 2nd March
Absence It has been along time since I last posted, I have missed writing. However, as you'll see below, we have had a bit of a tough time and frankly, I have prioritised spending time with our little boy Archie. Sometimes, time and love are the only things you can focus on. In hospital It's … Continue reading 30 Days Wild: Days 21 to 30 – baby in hospital
Wellbeing is multifaceted Looking after ourselves and our families isn’t always easy. Some days doing things that normally make us feel better just don’t work. Our wellbeing is a multi-faceted aspect of our overall health, which is shaped during our development in the womb, our social and physical environments, and can fluctuate on a daily … Continue reading The Five Ways to Wellbeing: how to feel good and function well
Delightful British summer Well! What weather we’ve had this week… Not exactly the delightful British summer we always hope for, but then we’ve had some amazing days in the last couple of months. When the weather turns bad, it can be hard to think of ways to connect with nature when you have a young … Continue reading 30 Days Wild, Days 3 to 8: our family focus on wellbeing
Simple ways to enhance health and wellbeing In Part 1, I introduced the wide range of scientific evidence proving that nature connection improves our health and wellbeing. Here in Part 2, I highlight some interesting facts we now know about how this happens. All studies referred to below are cited in The Wildlife Trusts' report, … Continue reading Nature improves our health and wellbeing: Part 2
Wild Happy Well is taking part in 30 Days Wild! The Wild Happy Well family is taking part in 30 Days Wild! Here on the blog I’ll be writing about our wild adventures – our Random Acts of Wildness – and how I think it’s improving our nature connection. See Part 1 of my post … Continue reading Taking part in 30 Days Wild 2017
Nature for better health and wellbeing Being in nature helps us feel good. Recently there's been a surge in interest in how the natural world positively impacts on human health and wellbeing. This includes the physical components of the world around us (forests, hills, rivers, etc.) and biodiversity - the plants and animals that live … Continue reading Nature improves our health and wellbeing: Part 1