About

IMG_4346Hello, I’m Emma Tuzzio. I’m a nature lover, artist, writer, arts educator, healer and self-confessed tree-hugger!

Welcome to my blog.

I am inspired by life, by the miracle of existence and the wonderment of nature. I love learning, creating and forever growing. Motivated by the desire to leave this world a little better than I found it, I have created this blog to share with you that what inspires me. I hope that it inspires you to see the beauty in the mundane, to tread lightly on this precious planet, to tap into the well of inspiration that lies within you, to encourage you to explore, to realise the immensity of your true human potential and to always, without fail, FOLLOW YOUR HEART. For we all deserve to live the life we LOVE, and love the life we live.

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

I love the above quote as it dares you to dream, because unless you believe it’s possible, chances are you wont even try.

You may say I’m a dreamer but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you will join us and the world will live as ONE.

Love Emma. x

25 comments on “About
  1. Aisling says:

    Fab photos!

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  2. Christine Tuzzio says:

    Loved it so much my wonderful daughter. You amaze me. Love you.xxxx

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    • emmatuzz says:

      Well I had helping hand from a wonderful mama who inspired me growing up! showing me the virtues of kindness, generosity and unconditional love without judgement! loves you so.xxxxx

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  3. Ros Tuzzio says:

    Very interesting and thought provoking – really loved it – i think the horse picture is truly wonderful it looks like the horse is smiling with happiness. Love you lots and lots Aunty Ros x

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  4. calensariel says:

    “I love the above quote as it dares you to dream, because unless you believe it’s possible, chances are you wont even try.” Well THAT’S a pretty darn cool quote itself! There’s a lot of food for thought there.

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  5. ilyasstory says:

    Hello fellow tree-hugger thanks for stopping by my blog. Really wonderful landscapes, especially like the one of all the tree roots. Great blog i look forward to reading more.

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  6. I have said it a thousand times before, literally, that the most fabulous aspect of blogging is the way great connections are made right across the world. So thank you so much for your recent decision to follow Learning from Dogs for without that I would not have found your own delightful blog.

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    • Emma Tuzzio says:

      It was wonderful to discover your fab blog too Paul, after all dogs are tremendous healers, teachers and companions. I’m a huge believer in animal wisdom and animal assisted therapy. Their ability to remain in the present, to love unconditionally, let go and not judge and mirror our subconscious behaviours. It’s something I will write about more in my blog so thanks for inspiring me!

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      • Emma, please, please consider writing a guest post for Learning from Dogs. My contact details are available on the blog. I know my readers would love many of your ideas. In these challenging times we have so much to learn from dogs!

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  7. Emma Tuzzio says:

    Thanks Paul, I would LOVE to although I don’t have a dog myself so not experienced in canine therapy. I may still write about them though in which case I’ll be sure to let you know. I have recently written about Llama assisted therapy though in this blog piece: https://themuseinthemirror.com/2014/12/06/llama-loving-the-healing-power-of-llamas/

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    • Just been across and read your article on Llamas and would love to republish that over on LfD. You not having a dog in your life might offer a valuable perspective. As in how you view the concept of learning from dogs. No rush. Let the idea sit with you for a while.

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  8. Hariod Brawn says:

    I have just come over from Paul Handover’s site Emma, and am pleased to have met your acquaintance. I have no idea where about in the world you are, though one of the pictures above reminds me of a Neolithic burial chamber in Newport, just south of Cardigan, Wales – I don’t suppose that is it? And the larger picture at the bottom reminds me of the cliffs just above nearby Ceibwr. I may well be completely wrong on both counts of course! Anyway, it’s good to have discovered your site. All best wishes, Hariod.

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    • Emma Tuzzio says:

      Thanks Paul, I am in Sussex, UK although the photo’s are from all over the UK. The burial chamber was in Pembrokshire Wales – I forget the name of it now as I visited so many on a pilgrimage around the South-West coast. I will write about it on my blog soon sharing my experiences and recommend the best sacred sites to visit. Some of my fave of all time are in the Lake District – Castlerigg and Long Megg. The cliff shot was indeed in Wales – Cardigan bay near Newport I believe! stunning part of the world.

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  9. Hariod Brawn says:

    Thank you Emma; just to be clear, I am Hariod, not Paul. Okay, that burial chamber, if it was in Pembrokeshire, is definitely the one in Newport that I mentioned – I used to live a few miles to the north of there. And it seems I was right about the cliff shot too. I look forward to reading your upcoming article on sacred sites Emma. All best wishes, Hariod.

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  10. Hi Emma, I have just had a lovely meander of my own through your beautiful and inspiring blog! Thank you for following mine also, and for sharing one of my poems. I’m deeply honoured, and glad to have connected with a kindred spirit.

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    • Emma Tuzzio says:

      Hi Caroline, thanks for your kind words and the follow! You’re work too is deeply inspiring, I am honoured to share it on my blog as we seem to speak the same language…although you far more eloquently it seems!! tehe. xx

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  11. Hello Emma. How are you? Loving your blog, of course. I’ve started writing mine again after a four-year black hole of personal shite! Check it out anyway and if you like it could you also share it on Facebook please, as I’ve had to come off for various reasons, for now. Hope to catch up soon. xx

    https://www.emilyandersonmedia.com/how-to-stay-sane-in-an-insane-world/

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    • Emma Tuzzio says:

      Hi Em! Sorry, my settings didn’t alert me to new messages! Hows you? I’m loving your new webpage, had a browse & relate totally to your post about the insane world & the fab positive things we can & must do to combat it. Also see why you left Facebook, although I miss seeing you on there! If it wasn’t a platform for campaigning / raising awareness on important issues, I would have left long ago. Maybe I will in time. I’m using instagram more as a visual platform now. Really getting time to be creative again since leaving London YE-HAA!! Be lovely to catch up soon and hear how you’re doing. much love. Emma. xxx

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I'm Emma; Just meandering through life on the road less travelled. Treading lightly on this beautiful planet, sewing seeds of inspiration, hope and grace.
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