Make an Action Inspiration Jar - with PDF!

Wonder Wednesday 85: Make an Action Inspiration Jar – with PDF!

  Happy autumnal equinox week! This month’s exploration of the sublime aspects of nature and the recent hurricanes can lead us far from action and instead to wanting  to run and hide under the covers from all things nature – and that is nothing to be ashamed of. It’s a real thing called ecophobia and if

How do you hear nature's soul whispers? Learn more about connecting in this week's inspiring guest post by Bindi Shah!

Nature is My Soul with Bindi Shah

  This week we have an inspiring guest post by the amazing Bindi Shah. She is a good friend of mine who brings a wave of much needed peace into the world. A meditation teacher, coach, and all around super person, a few moments with Bindi will lighten your heart and brighten your day. And

Join the world of Wings, Worms, and Wonder throughout the seasons for tips, tricks, classes, courses, art accessories, and more to help you creative connect with nature! Click through for resources, printables, and to join the fun!

Fall Equinox Giveaway Winner

Hello and happy autumnal equinox everyone!! It officially became fall at 10:21 am in the northern hemisphere. (And happy spring to all of you in the summer hemisphere too!) To celebrate the seasonal shift this week there was a giveaway, as you know, and today I am very happy to announce that Anke was drawn

Celebrate the fall equinox with a Wings, Worms, and Wonder nature journal giveaway! Click through to enter to win!

Fall Into Creative Nature Connection Giveaway!

Thursday is the autumnal equinox! That means fall is officially here in the northern hemisphere, even if it still feels like summer where you live! Seasonal shifts are so interesting because of the changes they bring, not just the big weather shifts or the daylight hours, but the subtle changes. Like how there are more fish in the

Whether for with your kids or students, I've prepared a list of 5 tips for keeping kids enthusiastic on the trail, saving you from tears and piggy back rides! Click through and get great ideas for successful hiking with kids!

Hiking With Kids: 5 Tips

The spring equinox passed, the season is officially here, and that means no excuses. It’s time to get outside!! After teaching for 10 years and taking students on field trips that included hikes, I know heading out on the trail and hiking with kids can be intimidating. There are so many variables!   How will the

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My Favorite Spring Gizmos

In 3 days, March 20, is the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere!!! How excited are some of you? Maybe the snow will melt soon for you? In the deep south, spring, and its accompanying pollen, have been in full force for about a month, but here in Virginia, little signs are just

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More Winter = More Time! 5 Tips for Planning Your Garden

I bet more than a few of you found today’s groundhog prediction disappointing! Well, sure there may be 6 more weeks of winter, BUT couldn’t that also mean you have 6 extra weeks to plan the most awesome garden you’ve ever planted! That’s right, let’s reframe it! A good plan is the secret to super

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Wonder Wednesday #28: No Wax Solstice Candles

You won’t believe how easy and fun it is to make your own candles to light the longest night of the year! And they make great gifts for all the other December holidays too!! No Wax Winter Solstice Candles Materials: Vegetable shortening Glass canning jars I use the jelly size. You could use any size you like, even

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Wonder Wednesday # 27: Winter Solstice Nature Cards

The days sure are getting short since the Winter Solstice is only 26 days a way! Have you been enjoying the increased darkness? I like to celebrate and appreciate the short day of Winter Solstice time as much as I do the long day of the Summer Solstice. There is just something so cozy about the

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Do You Really Like Fall?

September 22 at 10:29 pm (EDT) is the autumnal equinox, the official beginning of fall, even though in many places it’s been quite chilly this past week. I was even wearing a wool wrap in NYC at night last weekend! So do you really like fall? Really? I know I’m in the minority, but fall is my