The new YourLifeNature website has just launched, after some quality, behind-the-scenes time collaborating, re-envisioning and co-creating with site builder and designer Skyler Bexten of Kalispell, Montana.
Following are some of the highlights and developments you’ll find at my updated site at www.yourlifenature.com
First, 36 new photos are available for purchase as signed, large format 8″ by 12″ or 12″ by 18″ prints. There are now over 150 inspiring landscape and nature images to choose from that would look beautiful in home and work spaces, and if you’re looking for unique gifts for nature lovers in your life, you’re in the right place as well!
Second, browsing my landscape and nature photographs has become way more navigable and visitor-friendly, with all images displayed in different photo gallery collections:
Glacier Country and Beyond
Wildflowers, Pacific Northwest and Alaska
Northern Great Lakes and the Unexpected.
I no longer sell hand-signed, handmade cards directly, but the new site has a handy directory of regional card vendors where these cards are available for purchase.
A new MEDIA tab conveniently parks my free sit spot recording and Nature Boy Free apps (both iTunes and GooglePlay store versions) in the same place for greater ease and access. Folks can also sign up to receive my free nature connection ezine here, too.
Ditto goes for my new on-site BLOG location.
Throughout the site, you’ll learn about how and why I help individuals and groups connect with nature, no matter where their feet are, and the benefits and changes people have experienced as a result. Be sure to check out the ABOUT, MENTOR WITH HOBIE, CONTACT and other sections of the site to learn more…
I hope you’ll enjoy visiting www.yourlifenature.com and discovering how to connect more deeply and consistently with nature.
Thanks for being a part of the YourLifeNature community. I’m grateful, honored and inspired to be on this journey with you. In a time of rapid change, 24/7 everything now mentality, nature continually reminds and shows us how to slow down, be present and embrace what’s most important in our daily lives.
We can and do make a difference, each and every one of us, every day.