Our new disc necklace, ‘Breathe’, is a collaboration with Trees for Cities, in our ‘Mantra Changes Lives’ collection.
25% of the sales go to support Trees for Cities.
The disc necklace features the word ‘Breathe’, above a small image of two trees. The piece represents the inspirational mantra, ‘Go outside. Breathe. Let nature restore you.’
Perfect reminder to slow down and appreciate what’s around you | a calming gift for someone busy or stressed | an uplifting reminder to get outside more often and enjoy the fresh air
Trees for Cities (Registered Charity No. 1032154) is the only UK charity working at a national and international scale to improve lives by creating greener cities. They get stuck in with dedicated volunteers to cultivate lasting change in neighbourhoods – whether it’s revitalising forgotten spaces, creating healthier environments, or growing food with kids.
Trees for Cities was set up in 1993, and has planted 840,000 trees so far. This year, they have delivered projects in 21 UK cities, engaging more than 4,500 volunteers. Support their work by buying this necklace.
The mantra acts as an encouragement to spend more time outside, benefitting from the restorative power of nature. It also shines a light on the fact that trees clean our air and contribute to a healthy environment.
And it reminds us that we need to slow down, take some deep breaths, and appreciate the beauty around us. The natural world has such power to calm us, to inspire us, and to connect us to something bigger.
Trees bring tangible benefits to our cities, to our health and to our wellbeing. They also help us with our ability to cope mentally with life in an artificial urban environment. Eighty percent of us are now living in urban environments, and there is no sign of this slowing down. Being around nature has been proven to reduce our stress and anxiety levels. We need our trees more than ever.
This is one of our personalised necklaces that is blank on the reverse to allow for personalisation, with a name, date or special word or phrase.