Modern day life can be fast and furious and with constant connection to our job/business, friends and family through devices that are rarely switched off, it can be hard to get any quality down-time. Living an urban-based, convenience-style, fast-paced life eventually takes it’s toll and if 2020 taught us anything, it was how to slow down and appreciate the natural world around us and the positive effects it can have on both our mental and physical health.
For thousands of years people have turned to nature for health remedies and cures. We are part of the natural world and there are still, in the 21st Century, plenty of ways that we can work with nature to benefit our health but the resources of nature also need caring for if they are to thrive and they are not all limitless. It is therefore imperative for the health of the earth and of future generations that the human / nature relationship is a two-way street.
Follow me as I explore growing organic food, eating a clean plant-based diet, embracing the 3Rs (Reduce/Recyle/Reuse) and ways to connect with nature.
Explore how I’m trying to make sustainable life-style choices:
There are a number of areas around eating healthy, sustainable food that I’m interested in:
Growing your own
Foraging for food
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For thousands of years people have turned to nature for health remedies. Gifts I’m interested in:
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“The world is finite and we need to look after it.”
Sir David Attenborough
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