Issue 144 Last Word – Eudaimonic

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Could there be a way to extend the benefits of a ride? Words Hannah PHOTOGRAPHY Amanda The curse of ‘one last run’ or the last lap is well known. You should never say you’re going for one last run: that way lies disaster, A&E, and broken components. However, I think I may have found the solution… At the recent Trash Free Trails Summit I heard a lecture by Dr Emma Pope who studies nature as a transformative setting that can help bring purpose and benefit to our lives. She identifies that there are hedonic and eudaimonic forms of activity. Hedonic...

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  • big_scot_nanny
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    Just read this in the mag, thanks Hannah. Strong purpose, logical science and great ideas. Loved it.

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