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“Shinrin-yoku” is a Japanese term that translates as “forest bathing” and describes immersing oneself in a forest environment in order to experience the healing effects of Mother Nature at her best. It is believed that the trees themselves emit natural aromatherapeutic benefits from the essential oils in the woods that are inhaled over an extended period, causing an actual "magic in the air."

The water moved, rippled, bubbled. An arm rose up, struggling to reach the shore, desperately searching for a handhold before it was too late...

I love to swim, it clears my head to be under the water, weightless and such.

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www.flickr.com/... - Se dovessi darti un consiglio, ti direi: non lasciarti intimidire dalle opinioni altrui. Poiché solo la mediocrità cerca conferme, affronta i rischi e fa' quello che desideri. (Paulo Coelho, Aleph)

Here's a little fun fact... When I was younger I took synchronized swimming lessons with two friends. It was fantastic and I still practice whenever I go swimming. :)

My Favorite Time at The Beach, In The Water

Learning to swim at Heather Hills Pool and then teaching kiddos how to swim. If only I could go back to those days of being sooooo tan.