I usually joke with groups that I love archery & show them my tattoo 🎯
I do ♥ archery. But the reason behind having these arrows tattooed on my arm is a bit more than that. And feels relevant at the moment, so I thought I’d share with you…
There can be many reasons behind someone’s arrow tattoo and depending on their design. For me, as arrows can only go in one direction, they symbolise that we always have to keep moving forward. And although you have to first pull them back to release them (draw, in archery), just as we all have challenges and set backs that pull us back sometimes, all we can do is keep pointing and moving forward ➡
Several arrows together is a symbol of strength 💪and for me represents the key people I have around me.
With the challenges we’ve all faced and continue to face, I am finding this useful to keep in mind.
I hope you’re all staying safe, keeping well and looking forward, Rachel ♥
The summer has flown by, and the kids will soon be back in school. We know teachers have already been busy planning for the 2018-2019 academic year. But if you’re still looking for ideas and inspiration to take learning outdoors, read on!
I’m not a natural runner and I certainly don’t enjoy running. But when I’m feeling stressed, I (reluctantly) grab my running shoes and head outdoors for a run. Because I may dislike running, but I do like that feeling I get afterwards.
Last week we welcomed a group from Calon Cymru Fostering. And this week, a group from Young Carers ROOTS project in Bridgend. Both organisations were looking for activities for their community groups, so they came to us. Keep reading to see how they got on, and for more info about our community group activities South Wales.