No wonder he was a genius! Einstein truly understood the power of seeing nature, of observation, for understanding the world.
When we can really see something, it can help us understand that thing’s role in the web of life, as well our role in relation.
Here’s a peak at one of the Draw Yourself Back to Nature blog hop activities.
Observation is one of the most valuable skills that we can practice ourselves and teach the children in our lives. It is key to understanding our big beautiful biodiverse world and all the wonder filled ways we can contribute to it in order to fulfill our role within it.
This is a sample sneak peek at one of the drawing tutorials from the course
I love to help children hone their observation skill through nature journaling and the arts, but what about the grown ups?
Well, that is why I developed the Draw Yourself Back to Nature eCourse for adults! In adult life, it can be hard to slow down enough to observe, so a little excuse here and there helps us make the time to see the wonders under our noses. And what better way than through a relaxed creative course!
There are lots of informative videos in the course. Here I’m shooting one in my house.
So I made one for you, and I can’t wait to show you how the arts are, in my opinion, the most powerful tool for connecting with nature and “seeing” the natural world.
Will you join me on this nature journaling journey?
What would you like to learn to draw?
Let me know in the comments!
Seeds to Swap:
Early Bird discount ($45) registration for Draw Yourself Back to Nature begins in the Etsy shop
The Blog Hop begins here on the blog with lots of activities and prizes!!!
April 20: Early bird is over and regular registration starts ($65) in the Etsy shop.
May 4: The Draw Yourself Back to Nature eCourse begins! Learn more about the details of the course.
May 8: Registration completely closes for the Draw Yourself Back to Nature eCourse.
And here I’m out in the world looking for the perfect spot to shoot a week 3 video amidst the Texas Bluebonnets!