#AutumnStrolls with Fenetic Wellbeing.

As the leaves change colours and fall to the ground, quietness echoes all around,
The fresh brisk air and the crunching of nature under my feet,
As the nights draw colder and the light decreases
I find solace in the silence
Allowing the scent of bark and dewy grass to envelop me in natures embrace,
On goes the hat, scarf and gloves,It may be cool and damp
But that’s Autumn loves.

A trail path covered in brown leaves fallen from the trees, the trees span either side of the path forming a sort of tunnelPhoto by John Mccann on Unsplash

I love Autumn, it’s natures way of slowing down and preparing for the close of the year. Although my Arthritis can start to show signs of fatigue achiness I don’t let this stop me from exploring the countryside and basking in nature.
Autumn strolls are the way for my family and I to take in the fresh air and spend quality time together. Ida runs wild as she always does and Gary and I take our time walking hand in hand talking about the past, present and future.

Having mobility issues, and a disease that can depend on weather changes, I do take it easier in the Autumn months. I’m very lucky that I no longer need a wheelchair, or the support of a mobility aid, but if ever I did, I would know where to turn.

Fenetic Wellbeing are specialists in mobility aids and want to get everyone out and enjoying #AutumnStrolls

Whether you are taking your youngest to feed the ducks, exploring through the woods with your dog or just collecting your children from school, being out in nature should be a time for making memories. Don’t let your mobility hold you back, with the help and support from the right people, you can enjoy every season with Fenetic Wellbeing.

Where do you go on your #AutumnStrolls? I would love to know in the comments.

*This post is in collaboration with Fenetic Wellbeing and their #AutumnStrolls campaign.

A Autum woodland tail with a fallen tree in the background

1 comment on “Don’t Let Your Disability Stop You Taking Those Autumn Strolls”

  1. Autumn, to me, is nature’s reward. The harvest. The calm after summer’s thunderstorms. Whilst most of you are having winter or summer, in Florida fall has arrived. Now what I need is a paved path through a pine forest. In my dreams, but at least I’m dreaming.
    Thanks, Sassy. You’re awesome.

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