It’s important for your mental health to connect with nature. There’s nothing like spending time in nature to feed your soul. Whether it’s taking a long wilderness walk, working in your gardens, or just sitting quietly outside with the sun on your face.
So, whenever you feel your calm and peace really slipping, take some time to take a walk, clear your head and find your balance.
Regularly connecting with nature should be something we make time to incorporate into our everyday wellness plans, much like eating right or getting enough sleep.
Fall is a great time to get creative and explore new things. From apple picking to pumpkin carving, there are so many fun fall activities out there for you and your family to enjoy together. What’s more? We have an entire list of 20 ideas right here!
This blog post will guide you through the process of wild harvesting in the fall. This season is typically when many plants that are edible go into dormancy, but it’s important to know that there are still many edible and medicinal plants that can be harvested now. We’ll also discuss what tools to bring with you when out on a harvest.
Rewilding for women is not about going back in time. It is about integration and looking at the conditions under which our ancestors lived and instead of viewing them as antiquated, seeing them as the cornerstone of health and wellbeing, and looking for ways to bring them back into our modern lives.