Are you interested in learning nature journaling but don’t know where to start? In this video I inspire you to give it a try.
Do you want some ideas of how to stay sane this holiday season and get more nature journaling in?
The curiosity wander is the most basic nature journaling technique in the field. It is open ended and easy to do in a short amount of time. In this video I give 13 tips on how to get the most out of your curiosity wander.
Do you get stuck in artistic ruts? In this video I describe a personal rut and how I got out of it.
Those of you that follow my youtube channel have seen that I started a weekly nature journaling show! I am really excited about it and have been putting a lot of creative energy into it because I want to help all of you get more our of your nature journaling experience. Let me know if there are any topics you are particularly interested in for future episodes.
I can’t wait to share with you some of the stories from my latest nature journaling adventure. But before I do, I wanted to show you a product that helped me keep smoke out of my face and sleep soundly at night while I was at the prescribed burn training program last weekend.
It’s here! The behind the scenes story of my recent trip to Tanzania is finally finished after weeks of being back and days of video production work. Thanks for waiting patiently. This video is available to followers of my website for several days before it goes public on youtube.
Do you want a peek into my nature journal from my recent Tanzania trip? Do you want a chance to ask questions as I share stories about the trip in a live video? Be sure to join me on October 3rd at 5pm PST on my facebook business page as I go live and share all 100 pages of epic stories and drawings! Check it out here https://www.facebook.com/marleypeifer/
It was dark and drizzly as I started the engine of my car this morning. The pale glow of the dashboard clock said 4:26 am as it blinked into life with the sound of my engine. The Wild Wonder nature journaling conference was over and it was time for me to head home.
Now that the intense few days of travel, teaching, sharing, listening, and networking are over it is time for us to get back to our daily lives, our work in the world. For me, nature journaling and journaling in general are big parts of my daily life AND my work in the world. One of the ways that I support the education that I am doing is through my Patreon page. Please watch this short video where I describe how you can help me spread this incredible important work:
Did you see my last video and want to learn more? In this one I share the technical side…Let me know where you are at in your learning journey. What do you need help with?