Nothing gets me out of the doldrums more than stepping outside into fresh air.
There’s something about being outdoors that calms me. And makes me realise that we’re more than our problems.
The simple pleasure of drinking fresh water from a flowing mineral pool makes me grateful for what we often take for granted.
A simple pleasure of a meal cooked and eaten outside.
My mum always said that food tastes better in the fresh air and she was right.
Somehow, when chaos reigns indoors going out, even for a little while, gives us perspective.
And worries have less power over us when we’re amongst nature.
The old adage seems so true … slow down and smell the roses.
Or whatever other fresh flowers you might find along the way.
Feeling the rush of a fresh sea breeze is like a tonic to a tired heart.
Though we don’t have to be on a beach to enjoy fresh air.
Just step outside, anywhere, and feel life giving air.
Breath in deeply and feel the wonder of life fill your lungs.
Amid the worries of the world we can shift the focus to our own patch. And make it better.
Plant a tree or some fresh herbs. Here’s my freshly planted basil.
Share the love.
Like my gorgeous Argentinian neighbor who brought me over a huge bunch of freshly harvested lettuce and parsley from his garden today.
Never take a moment for granted.
Breath in fresh air and feel the hope and beauty of the present.
From fresh air to freshly colored hair there’s so much to be grateful for.
Let’s all go out and get some today.
In response to Frank’s Tuesday Photo Challenge: Fresh