Observation

Observation. Sure it means to look carefully, to study something closely, often with only our eyes. But I would say, it also means – slow down. The best observations, and thereby connections, happen when we stop the hustle spinning around (and within) us. The skill of observation is a long term process of attuning, letting

Seed Swap: Notice What You See

How much of what you see each day do you really notice? It’s tough with the zillions of distractions constantly pulling at our senses. The things in our everyday sight lines can get easily overlooked, but those things are some of the most important o notice. The song birds in our yards, the weeds in

Wonder Wednesday #11-Writing With Your Senses, Activity by Joanna Tebbs Young!

ACTIVITY: “Writing With Your Senses” Yesterday’s guest blog post by Joanna Tebbs Young on the benefits of nature journaling (and journaling in genera) was fantastic and really inspiring! Now here she provides us with a sensory journaling activity that you can do with the children n your life! Thanks Joanna! You really make me want