The world is mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful. ~e.e. cummings
Nature Journaling is an important part of the Brave Writer Lifestyle. Turn the exploration of the great, messy outdoors into a joyful writing opportunity!
- Walk together.
- Collect little rocks, leaves, twigs, mosses, acorns, flowers, and feathers.
- Bring them home.
- Set a few of them on a large sheet of white paper in the center of the table.
- Using drawing pencils and paper, sketch one or more of the items.
- Then record a few details about the object or the day. One good sentence about the color, or texture or the memory of collecting it or what it looks like, or what it reminds the writer of, is perfect.
Here are three blog posts full of tips that will enhance your nature journaling experience.
If You are New to Nature Journaling
Nature Journaling Wherever You Are
Writing Exercise: Make Your Nature Walk a Color Walk!
Also, Brave Writer offers an online class each spring and fall that is designed to make nature journaling a natural part of your life. Click on the image below to learn more.