Nature Badge 1: Clover

Get your Nature Badge! Go out and look for a 4-leafed clover in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, March 17. I used to look for them in a bunch of clover we had growing in our “lawn” at our cottage in northern Wisconsin. It’s unlikely you will find a 4-leafed clover. As much as I looked, I never found one!

So, just look for a patch of clover. If you can’t find that, just enjoy your grass lawn 🙂 We all spend too much time indoors these days. Nature is very revitalizing!

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HEALING HINT: If you feel drained of energy, try going outside and sitting on your lawn in the sun (if possible) for 10 minutes. You will feel like a new person ❤

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Day 7 of Lucky Leprechauns!

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Meet Logan.

Logan (pronounced Low-gan) thinks he is a handsome gent! I don’t disagree. He has bright orange hair and an impressive orange beard. He carries a 4-leaf clover for a lucky lady. Four-leaf clovers carry the luck o’ the Irish!

Final day! Logan’s Abundance Tip:

Draw a lucky 4-leaf clover to display for St. Patrick’s Day. See instructions below.

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