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Wild life

Andréa Childs believed she was in touch with the natural world. But when she came across a new book, which suggests 365 ways to connect with nature, she realised her relationship could go much deeper

“My days progress at the unrelenting pace of 21st-century urban life: every minute scheduled; my focus on the computer or phone, not the world outside my window”

Living on the South Coast, I rather like to think I have a healthy relationship with nature. I run along the beach and the Downs several times a week... I walk my daughter to school through the local park... Heck, I am so in tune with the outdoors, I even went wild swimming in Spain last year. So, when the book 365 Nature landed on my desk, promising ‘projects to connect you with nature every day’, I wasn’t daunted. I picked a selection to try over a month. Really, how difficult was this going to be?

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