Next walk is
July 28, 2018 

Free City Walks around Seattle

Come walk with us. We are leading free fun and interesting urban nature walks in the greater Seattle area.

SAVE THE DATE. Our next walk is set for July 28, 2018 in Fremont. More sign-up details coming soon. 

You can get all the details for our walks by subscribing in the box on the left side of this page. Share with your friends. They are free and fun!


A Sweet Little Guide to Nature Me For You


A Simple Way to FEEL MORE JOY in your life

© Cary Given/Given Photography 2016



Journal Archive


© Curt Given/Given Photography 2016
Do you want to feel better? Do you want more relevance in your life? Do you want to feel more empowered?
Connecting to the energy, beauty and natural healing power of nature in your everyday life will help you do all of this and more. You will find yourself...
The Nature Me articles, tips, stories and photos are all written to inspire and guide you on how to spend more time and get the most out of our natural world. 

You'll find suggestions about easy and fun outdoor activities, places to go and simple advice on how to boost your mood while spending time outside.

You'll read how to integrate easy activities into your week that will leave you refreshed and ready to take on just about anything. 

You'll see inspiring photos of nature's wild, wondrous and beautiful ways.

Whether walking outside, enjoying the heady fragrance of your favorite flower or gazing at the night sky, this site will help you tap into nature's countless nourishing ways.

And before long, you will begin to understand nature's role in your own life and how it can positively impact your energy and emotional well-being. Ultimately, helping you to find more joy, peace and balance in your life.

And make everyday a walk in the park.

My findings are not just my own. There is a body of growing evidence that demonstrates the healing power of nature. In the beautifully written and easy-to-follow book, “Healing Spaces,” author Esther M. Sternberg, M.D., explores the science of place and well-being. Throughout the book, she weaves together studies and science that shows the mind-body connection with place and healing. Click this link to read more about "Healing Spaces."
I invite you to explore the articles and beautiful photographs on Nature Me. Click below ont the guide for a great place to start. Click about to get the longer story about this site and photographers to read about this very talented duo.

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