Read about the science behind how "nature and emotional well-being go hand-in-hand" here.
Here is a little bit about me and why I am passionate about Nature Me.
Check out the Givenphoto.com website. These talented photographers have have graciously consented to let Nature Me use their images on this site. I think you will agree that their images are beautiful, not to mention inspiring. All of their photographs are copyrighted.
Be sure to browse the . It's timeless in its mix of suggestions, opinions, information, experiences and activities about nature and written from my heart to you and for you. Not quite love letters but almost. I do most of the writing in nature settings for these posts. My intention is to inspire you to connect with nature on a deeper level, to help embrace peace, balance and self-empowerment. I invite you to write back and share your thoughts and feelings as we build this community of women who value nature together.
Seattle urban nature walks are a special project of mine that I do with my daughter. We create and lead FREE walks around Seattle neighborhoods. Walking is one of the the best ways to explore this interesting and thriving city. The project is the basis for a future Seattle walking guide book. They are super fun and are scheduled almost monthly. We always have great group of walkers and would love for you to join us. Check out this section of the website for details and how to sign up. And remember they are FREE!
You'll find a growing content of destination articles based on my travels with my life partner and nature photographer extraordinaire, Curt Given. These are great resources for your travel plans. They are a mix of day-trips, short get-aways and longer trips.
Puget Sound Urban Nature is a series of short descriptions and photographs about urban parks and other nature areas in the Puget Sound region. (This is an ongoing project of mine.) My intent is to inspire locals to take advantage of these incredibly beautiful places.
Picture it Well are photographs that symbolize some aspect of personal wellness. And the brief text is meant to inspire, get you thinking, and show you the healing power of nature.