It’s the start of a new year and for many people that means the making (and maybe breaking…) of new year’s resolutions. While I don’t make resolutions myself, ticking over into a new year does make me more… Read More
Climate Change-Resistant Coral Reefs, Passive Plastic Pickup, and the Restoration of Endangered Rainforest
Reading or watching the news can often be a depressing experience; that’s why I believe it’s important to be reminded as often as possible of some of the positive things going on in the world at large. It… Read More
Boa tarde, fellow adventurers. Here, find the continuation of my recent wanderings in southwestern Portugal, in the region better known as the Algarve. If you happened to miss Part 1, no worries – here’s the link.
Greetings, fellow explorers of landscapes both external and internal. Today, our little bit of mindfulness comes from British explorer and most-fancy-name-haver Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes. Most know him more simply as Ranulph Fiennes, however. The former British Army officer, avid… Read More
No Monday Mindfulness post this week. It will return shortly, however – I promise! I continue to be in awe of this Spring here in West Yorkshire. With only perhaps 2 or 3 days excepted, it has been… Read More
For this week’s Monday Mindfulness musing, let’s go to naturalist and America’s 26th president, Theodore ‘Teddy’ Roosevelt. For a bit more on his life, visit here.
Thankfully, I’ve been feeling much better since last week, the sun continues to shine throughout the valleys and on the hills of West Yorkshire, and it’s been a lovely weekend enjoyed out and about in nature and with… Read More
Here in West Yorkshire, the sun is out and the sky is clear. After a seemingly longer-than-usual winter, spring has finally sprung. Daffodils still nod their heads in time with the songs of birds and the movement of… Read More