As Featured on NOMADICT.ORG

To start with, I always knew I was different – a forest child living in a city. I understood animals more than humans and I was spending much more time outdoors than I ever did indoors. Luckily I lived on the edge of t

he city, next to a forest where I have spent many hours; after school and weekends, all year round and year after year – that was my Pocahontas time. Together with my dog (aka my best buddy), I was learning to read the signs of nature. We were chasing roe deer, reading tracks, rolling on the moss and talking to ravens. That was an amazing, enchanting time. Life has changed a lot since my teens, but longing for the woods has gone nowhere.

It’s not the forest or any other particular place that I miss, it’s the way I feel there, in the great outdoors. Connected, peaceful and truly happy…

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