3 Ways Nature Can Save Your Life!
Hi, I’m pretty excited about this blog post… Because here, we’re going to be talking about a favourite topic of mine…
Or more specifically, how bringing nature into your life can help YOU!
Here are 3 ways nature can save your life.
1. Nature makes you live longer.
Being around plants helps you live a longer, healthier and fuller life.
The study said that the closer you are to all kinds of nature, the longer you’ll live.
Pretty incredible how one simple change can add years to your life!
Speaking of a long life...
2. Nature makes you feel better and happier.
When is the last time you saw a natural wonder that took your breath away?
Whether that be a waterfall or a national park…
How did it make you feel?
If you’re anything like me, you might’ve felt awe, gratitude…
Maybe even overwhelmed at the size of the wonder.
It’s always a good idea to be swallowed up in nature.
Bringing nature into your life or home makes you feel like you're part of the living, breathing, natural world...
Making you feel more relaxed… And resulting in an extended lifespan!
But don’t just take my word for it- Stanford University has proved that being amongst nature makes you happier.
And speaking of the natural world…
3. Plants help you remember that we're all in this together.
It’s easy to forget that we all came from the ground, just like plants do.
Very often, in our day-to-day lives, we can get caught up in silly things...
It’s easy to forget that we’re connected to the Earth…
So I wanted to bring the Earth into your home.
That’s why I crafted my vases in the way they are.
They look like rock formations, broken down over centuries...
Like salt water and sand clashing against each other.
With these vases, you can always have a bit of the natural world -in your home!
So for a quick, beautiful and easy reminder of nature, be sure to check out our selection of vases.
Below is a large classic vase with the stunning colours and textures of the slate stone = nature's artwork is so beautiful don't you think?
Okay, that’s all for now…
Back to my workshop to play with some gorgeous pieces of slate.