I love it when young people are the ones giving up a shake-yourself dose of wisdom. Thanks to Victoria Saddleman for sharing this moment, and this thought: Life is too short to spend it at war with yourself 🌹
Love her but leave her wild. Atticus might be speaking of a love interest. But I apply it to the earth, too. Thanks for sharing the image and quote, Victoria Saddleman.
Victoria Saddleman has been sharing her photography with us since she gamely accepted the invitation to be our second guestagrammer at instagram.com/thewellnessalmanac. I love her photography and am amazed by her well of thoughtful inspirational quotes. Here, a couple of early winter favourites.
I ran into a friend in town the other day, parking her bike outside the grocery store. She looked refreshed, her hair was wet – she looked like she was on vacation. She wasn’t. (She’s a mom, so it’s arguable that she’s never on vacation…) “Just finished my Pemberton triathlon,” she joked. She’d ridden her … Continue reading Summer biathlon out-takes. Photos by Victoria Saddleman
Energy in a nation is like sap on a tree; it rises from bottom up. ~ Woodrow Wilson Thanks to Victoria Saddleman for sharing her photo today.
Victoria Saddleman took a walk after work on Thursday. It had been a long day, taking inventory. A calming evening walk to Mud Lake was the perfect re-set. “The birds were singing and everything,” she said, “and on the way I found this amazing reflection in a puddle.”
To the people who ask, does Mt Currie ever get boring, the answer is, again, resoundingly, no. Thanks to Victoria Saddleman for this fresh perspective. And for offering the names, in Ucwalmícwts, which are the names they have been known by the longest. Ts’zil (Mount Currie mountain) is the mountain on the right. The mountain … Continue reading Victoria Saddleman sets our sights on the mountaintops in today’s feature photo
This leaves me speechless. It left Victoria Saddleman bone-cold. But she got the shot.
Today’s feature photo was taken at the Squamish and Lilwat Cultural Centre by our contributing photographer Victoria Saddleman. “The night was clear and beautiful and the moon was shining bright,” she says. “It was the best part of my very long stressful day.”