I would absolutely love to hear from all of you, feedback about my blog, my posts and how I can constantly better it

Keywords: excited, first post, hopefully zerotohero, nervous, new, pls bear with me, thank you, writing

I started this blog as I wanted to connect with fellow readers and writers, irrespective of age,sex,nationality,colour and other such distinctions. I wanted to discover the relevance and relatibility of my thoughts and perceptions in today’s world. Aptly named, the blog will be about my thoughts,poems and feelings on everything,ranging from entertainment,political affairs and mental health issues to my personal problems like loads of homework.

https://myjumbledmumbles.wordpress.com/2020/06/21/lionsruskin-bond-and-my-new-blog

I’m a chatty person so feel free to drop me a message or an email if you want a chat about books or a rant to get them feels off your chest that non-bookish people cannot relate to

I’m Louise, 22, and recent university graduate from the quaint little city of Aberdeen on the North-East coast of Scotland. This is a place for all things bookish; reviews, book hauls, competitions for book related stuff (or just books). I will post about things that interest me but I am limited to my own knowledge and I am always happy for recommendations for new books and series. I mostly stick with young adult/teen fiction, romance, some horror and funny quirky things.

https://thewordswelive.blog/about

Melissa wants to put her heart out there because when times are tough we have to try and connect

We have try and communicate even when our hearts are heavy and our minds are thick with bad weather. When the darkness clouds our minds we have to speak. Its important to say our truth. Its important to shout it regardless of who is listening and what judgment may follow. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again our truth is our power.

https://thegreylavender.wordpress.com/2020/03/01/to-the-person-questioning-what-do-i-do-now-what-do-i-become-next

When I think about connection to nature, my instinct is to stop thinking about it and go outside

Keywords: Connection, Nature

To engage with nature from a more intellectual, classroom setting, feels counterintuitive, but I believe there is much to be learned. The reading has made me reflect on my own experience, as well as gain insight from others.

https://celliotsustainability.art.blog/2020/02/05/our-connection-to-nature

pondering sustainability

A picture of my grandfather in the mountains in California. He took me on my first real backpacking trip when he was 75, and I was 10.

2/4/20

When I think about connection to nature, my instinct is to stop thinking about it and go outside. All the real living I’ve done, has been outside. I’ve been lucky enough to have spent many days in the wilderness, where I didn’t think about my connection to nature until I returned to my modern house, with electricity and running water and thick walls and furniture. To engage with nature from a more intellectual, classroom setting, feels counterintuitive, but I believe there is much to be learned. The reading has made me reflect on my own experience, as well as gain insight from others.

In “Mind in the Forest” by Scott Russell Sanders, he describes falling into the habit of following his breath…

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