El suenito

Last night I went to a screening of the film In The Heights, based on the stage musical from Lin-Manuel Miranda. If you watch it, and I highly recommend you do – especially if, like me, you’re a musicals fan, then you’ll understand what el suenito means. For the rest of you … it translatesContinue reading “El suenito”


I don’t remember when I first started loving nature. I guess that’s because I always have. There wasn’t a before. There wasn’t an epiphany moment. There wasn’t a eureka. It’s just always been.  The natural world is my sanctuary. Whether a beach with waves crashing by my side, a rainforest constant cacophony of sound, theContinue reading “Sanctuary”

Five years

Five years ago today my life changed forever. At about 8.10pm on Tuesday 24th May 2016, after watching EastEnders (which he did religiously), my Dad had a heart attack at home and passed away. Whilst he hadn’t been well for a couple of months – none of us expected him to go so suddenly. ThatContinue reading “Five years”


Once upon a time in a land far far away … or so the story goes. They are words that have started so many stories over the years. That have taken us to lands where everything and anything is possible and that everyone lives happily ever after. Well most of the time they do. AsContinue reading “Storytelling”


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What am I noticing?

Join me on a nature therapy walk and you’ll no doubt become familiar with the prompt I am noticing …

This blog is my opportunity to share with you from my own journaling through my ongoing nature therapy practice.

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