Christmas tree conundrum.

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Every time I walk into the living room the Christmas tree smells extra lovely.

Sadly, as a lover of nature and a fascinator of trees I now know that this is a distress call, the tree is sending out signals to its neighbours and friends to let them know that it is suffering, that this is the end.

This year I was already questioning the necessity of having a real Christmas tree — a cut…

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Adventurer, word-lover, nature-enthusiast, psychotherapist, creative.

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