I like to write. I like to be well. I like to be outdoors.
These three things are unified in this blog where I write about being outdoors, access to nature and the huge positive impacts these have on physical and mental wellbeing.
With the benefit of 2020 hindsight, finding the lessons from the year that’s gone.
Like countless generations before us, bringing nature indoors to beat off the winter darkness.
How tiny acorns can empower our thinking that we have great things within ourselves.
A reminder that your wellbeing and creativity benefit from time outdoors.
A short time ago I wrote a post on Instagram that garnered more interactions than most.
I wish I could take credit for the title but that must go to my friend Julie who coined it during lockdown.
I lost my dad a few weeks ago. It wasn’t exactly unexpected but it still came as a jolt in the end.
A year ago I wrote a blog for this site talking about how I managed stress with time in the great outdoors. Fast forward to this spring and life is unrecognisable for everyone.
I took this photo a couple of months ago when I was out with my octogenarian parents.
“You must be mad!” is the most common response I receive when I tell people I swim in the Irish Sea all year. A lot of the time I just smile and nod.