Laurali
Hi, I'm Laurali! I live in a tiny, seaside fishing village in Florida where I nurture my plants, go hiking in the woodland, and wear flowers in my hair.

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A woman wearing red living flower barrettes in her hair in a Florida landscape
Wear Flowers in Your Hair!
Welcome to my neck of the woods!  I'm Laurali.  I live in a tiny, seaside fishing village in Florida where I live a quiet lifestyle.  From the time I was a little girl, I was intrigued by nature.  I grew up in the Mojave Desert of Southern California where my parents taught me all about hiking adventures, sustainability, and about the spiritual side to mother nature.

When I was eighteen years old, I moved to Florida all by myself and ended up making a life here.  I fell in love with the laidback Florida lifestyle.  Weekends were filled with mini-adventures at the beach, local parks, and visiting cool places with my three beautiful daughters.

When my kids were little, I worked at the Tarpon Springs Aquarium as an animal handler.  I would teach school groups about how to do the stingray shuffle and teach kids about the sea creatures in the touch tank.  I would also do live alligator feeding shows and narrate stories for the shark feeding show.

Writing and teaching have always been at the heart of everything I do.  Just like the hygge style heart of nature is how I ended up starting this blog as a nature journal that has slowly evolved into something more.

Now that my kids are grown and living their own lives, I've taken my love of nature and turned it into a business.  But, it's more than that for me.  It's my passion, it's my purpose, and it makes me feel like I'm doing some good in the world by teaching people about the magic of nature.

Whether it be co-mingling with the nature spirits, hitting the hiking trails, working with gemstones, or keeping a plant as a pet, nature is my calling.  Spending time in nature is like my own personal therapy and the woodland is where I feel most at home.

Sometimes, that means walking barefoot in the grass with earthing and to create healing earth vibes with forest bathing.  Other times, it means wearing flowers in my hair picked fresh from the meadow.  Either way, I delight in nature and this blog is filled with whimsical wanderings and simple delights! 

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