Nurture Your Happiness with Nature

This moment, which has been circulating the internet for quite some time and has become anonymous, captures the simple joy of connecting with nature. The smiles on both ladies faces have a childlike delight that is often forgotten. According to ecopsychology we all rely on a connection with nature for mental well being. “Ecopsychology, or [Read More…]

A Little Project: Support for Pagan Parents of Preemies by Janet Callahan

by guest author Janet Callahan According to the March of Dimes, 12.8% of births in the United States are premature – less than 37 weeks gestation. In most developed countries, it’s a little less, 5-9%. The reason for premature birth is never determined in fully half of those births. Still, that’s a lot of babies [Read More…]

Get Your Green On: Gardening for Everyone

Anyone can garden, indoors or out, by thoughtfully choosing their level of commitment and accessibility. Gardening can be as simple as herbs and bean sprouts on a window sill to the complex planning and creation of large pathways between raised beds. It is possible to have a garden in urban areas by transforming lawns, using [Read More…]


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