As a mum of four boys I know that family life is never perfect. I also know just how good our family all feel when …
Working with Sam Wright, founder of Natural Edge Coaching Ltd, was an absolute dream. Sam is an ICF accredited coach (ACC), a certified forest therapy …
Alison Sackett is a fellow photographer with a passion for mindfulness, nature and empowering others to connect with their creative selves.
Alison Sackett, owner and founder of “A natural breathing space” got in touch as she was looking to refresh her website and launch a new event at Bishops palace in Wells, Somerset. Alison is a professional photographer specialising in “mindful photography” which Alison describes as “a way of slowing down, getting outside, appreciating the world around you and encouraging your creativity in a gentle manner”.
I missed the goal…and I will not judge.
After England’s loss last week, I was due to write the weekly newsletter. I’d committed to writing weekly to the community since January 2021 and I couldn’t do it. I just couldn’t write the newsletter. I was tired, deflated and thoughtful.
Capturing photos for a new website that features horses and dogs. It has to be a natural photography experience.
I recently had the pleasure of working with Susan Ryrie, a musculoskeletal therapist working with humans, dogs and horses. Susan was having a new website designed and wanted to include some imagery that really reflected her and her business. Find out more information about a natural brand photography session for your business here.
With a continuing increase of children and adults spending more and more time on social media, a world of false imagery has exploded with people unable to identify what is real beauty and what is highly edited and false imagery.
It is common for people to over edit their photos, alter the background, spend a long time perfecting (in their eyes) an image before then posting this image online.
However, is this image then perceived by the audience as beautiful?
Surely if the image doesn’t truly reflect who you are then there is no “real” connection with the viewer….? What do you think?
I’ve found that a return to busyness has arrived. At first it was with the children’s after school clubs and now with the additional appointments we are all trying to book in along with meeting friends and families for outdoor fun and juggling our work commitments too. Busyness is a funny thing and I generally try to avoid it. However I have been thinking of how I can reframe the term “busyness”?