See the sublime beauty of severe weather the Wings, Worms, and Wonder way! Click to get your Wonder Wednesday activity recipe for tasty nature danger fun!

Wonder Wednesday 84: Sublime Snacking – A fun recipe for when nature gets scary

What did you think about Schopenhauer’s Sublime? Did it get you considering the nature encounters you’ve had that may have been frightening at the time? Did those encounters exude beauty despite the danger? Do fear inducing nature encounters seem more beautiful when observed through secondary experience – like on a film – or is it the primary experience that

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Wonder Wednesday 76: Solstice, Snails, and Spice

  Well, here we are again! The Winter Solstice is upon us, encouraging us to cozy up – whether we have snow falling or sunshine! In this last Wonder Wednesday of the year, I offer you a few ideas for getting cozy, celebrating, and making your own Spiced Solstice drink – right from the tropics to warm

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Back from Blog-cation Book List!

  Hello Everyone! It’s been a month and I’m back from blog-cation all refreshed and ready for lots of creative nature connection adventures with Wings, Worms, and Wonder!   I’ve been seeing so many rainbows this month!   Over the blog-cation, besides teaching workshops, traveling and hanging out at the beach, I read some great

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Wonder Wednesday #42: Citrus Garlands

It’s citrus season, so what better way to make use of all those extra peels than to make a garland that smells as good as it looks!! In this month’s Wonder Wednesday activity, we’re making citrus garlands that can be enjoyed inside or out, depending on if, and how, you embellish them! This activity makes

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Cheer for Chickweed!

It’s winter here in Florida, and that means an abundance of chickweed in the gardens! But never fear, this is a weed you want to cultivate! Chickweed (Stellaria media) grows widely in temperate zones and even into arctic areas! It’s native to Europe but has thrived in North America and Asia. You’ll find this wild

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5 Tips for Successful Sowing

September is National Sewing Month, but I figured why not employ the homonym sowing and celebrate in the garden! Seed sowing can be tricky sometimes, especially if you’re new to gardening. So, whether you are in a warm climate and getting ready to plant your cool weather garden, are in a cool climate and starting to collect

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Wonder Wednesday 35: Make Honey Infusions

This Wonder Wednesday, Lucretia Jones, herbalist from House of Lukaya is taking the reigns! She is sharing with us her recipe for Mint and Sage Honey! Did you read her interview yesterday? Inspiring, right?!! Are you empowered to bring herbs to a forward position in your everyday life? Missed it? That’s okay! Check it out today,

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Bee the Change: An Interview with Justin of Stubbees!

I thought it would be fun to shake things up this summer, so this month there’s something different going on here at the blog! All year you listen to me, so instead, this post kicks of a month of interviews and guest posts from people I admire on topics I think you are going to

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Go to Battle with Armyworms

As soon as the weather warms, everyone starts thinking about growing tomatoes. Biting straight into big juicy tomato, warm from the sun, the juice running down your chin and arm all tangy and sweet is something everyone should get to experience every year. Sweet 100 cherry tomatoes are soo sweet!! Even though the weather is

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10 Spring Gardening Tips

“A garden is like a puppy, everybody wants one, but they have to be taken care of each day, and they can be messy.” Hilarious, right!! And so true!! That quote is by Scott Feille, of Real School Gardens who I heard speak at the Children and Nature Network conference. Its candid truth stuck with