According to Walking for Health, walking can be beneficial for our mental health. Walking has a positive effect on self-esteem, and more far-reaching effects on sleep, stress and anxiety. It has a protective effect against developing depressive symptoms and lowering symptoms in people suffering from depression. Scientific American states that walking can help with depression.
Some people play fantasy football, whereas in my mind I play fantasy fungi foraging… Wild Mushroom Events Around Europe If money was no object, I would spend most of autumn travelling around Europe looking for wild mushrooms. I know this fantasy is achievable, so in the meantime I am using this opportunity to do some
Winter blues and Seasonal Affective Disorder: are wild mushrooms useful? During winter, we are more prone to feel lethargic and get the winter blues. Winter blues or seasonal affective disorder (SAD) only affect a small percentage of the population, however in its mild form it can be quite common. We may feel less motivated to
Do you love wild mushrooms? Thankfully you don’t have to wait until the autumn to pick mushrooms. There are many summer varieties to choose from, however not all of them are edible. Please don’t use this article as a way to identify mushrooms; this article aims to keep a record of summer wild mushrooms. Amanita
Summer is a time of harvest. If you go foraging you are likely to find plenty of wild food like mushrooms, berries and fruit. Summer Foraging There is plenty to pick in the summer, as long as the weather is variable. For mushrooms, you will need to wait until it rains for a couple of
Studies have confirmed that walking as a form of exercise can help lose weight and improve muscle tone. In this guide to walking slimmer, we look at how to make the most of walking as a fitness regime. Is Walking a Good Workout? The answer is yes. As long as you cover a good