Moving into autumn- The astronomical calendar determines the seasons due to the 23.5 degrees of tilt of the Earth’s rotational axis in relation to its orbit around the Sun. Against that of the meteorological seasons that consist of splitting the seasons into four periods made up of three months each. By the meteorological calendar, the first day of autumn is always 1 September; ending on 30 November. The astronomical autumn calendar starts Wednesday, the 22nd September and ends Tuesday, the 21st December. 🥮🍂🍁
Walking into new adventures 🥰 Starting a new chapter of my life and so looking forward to sharing with you all.
Family fun exploring Ingleton Water Falls. Taking the time out to spend time with the ones you love making memories can be done anywhere. With some truly hidden gems in the UK maybe you could look to take sometime out too.
Coexistence- we can live together successfully. The day Mum and I stumbled upon these beautiful herds of elephants in Green Park London 🐘. Think we may need to take another trip to see them again anyone coming? Check out the CoExistence website, simple things mean we can live in harmony. I try to make myContinue reading “Coexistence”
Taking a walk at the beautiful Tankerton Slopes Getting outside helps you to get vitamin d, which is important for your bones, blood cells and immune system. Sunlight helps your body make vitamin d and this helps your body absorb certain minerals like calcium. Getting out and about in the sunlight even just for 15Continue reading “Vitamin D”
Walking increases cardiovascular fitness, and boost muscle power and endurance. It improves self-perception and self-esteem, mood and sleep quality, and it reduces stress, anxiety and fatigue. Is low impact, requires minimal equipment, can be done at any time of day and can be performed at your own pace. Walking with others can turn exercise intoContinue reading “Health Benefits of Walking”
The seedhead is a large conspicuous ‘clock’ composed of cylindrical seeds with a long-stalked pappus or parachute to aid dispersal. Dandelions have many uses including as a diuretic, the blanched leaves can be added to salads, roots are used to make dandelion ‘coffee’ and dandelion wine is made from the flowers. Did you ever blowContinue reading “The beautiful ‘clock’ of the dandelion 💛”
This was the most dressed up I got all weekend as between the friends birthday celebrations I have; painted the hall way at my Dad’s, cleaned the house, done the ironing, cooked lots of food, been tidying in the garden and more – all in really stuffy clothes. So it was so lovely to toContinue reading “It’s not always glamorous”
There is nothing better than walking into the sunset 🧡 Today has been a day of sitting and working at my laptop. So this evening the need to get outside not only for my physical health but my mental health was an absolute must. And the bonus of the husband, one son + fish andContinue reading “Your health”
Remember not to rush, slow down and take in your surroundings.