As you know here at The Wonderment we are all about discovering the amazing world around us and in turn helping people to improve their mental health. We have a library of ideas on just how to do this, some you will have seen are simple tips and tricks to make life easier such as Our Simple Tips To Rediscover The Wonder In Life and articles about tackling tasks and our Doodle A Day Challenge to help get you being creative. This wonder finding project is a little bit different.

Of course we also talk about mental health, changing our mindsets, children’s mental health and much, much more. Today though we have our exciting new venture The Wonder Map.

The Wonder Map is an interactive map that we can all collaborate on together. The idea is to add places of wonder to share with the rest of the community. We have kicked things off by adding the New Seven Wonders of the World, the only remaining Ancient Wonder and the Seven Natural Wonders.

wonder finding project
Photo by Atharva Tulsi on Unsplash

A place of wonder can be anywhere, perhaps a favourite theme park, an exciting hiking trail with a fantastic view, a pretty meadow that is filled with flowers every summer, a forest full of wonderful creatures or your favourite beach. There are no limits, if it fills you with wonder, then add it to our map.

You can view the map above, but if you do want to add a place of wonder us the link here for the The Wonder Map. Simply search for your wonder filled venue and when the marker comes up select add to map.

wonder finding project
Photo by SOURAV BHADRA on Unsplash

The hope is that we will eventually have a map that we can check to see nearby places other people find wonderous. Please feel free to share with us on Facebook , Instagram or Twitter when you do add to the map and tell us why you love that place so much!

About Author

Erika is bright, bubbly and friendly. Studying to be a counsellor, she is committed to helping others in the pursuit of better mental health. Having suffered from mental health issues herself including severe anxiety and PTSD, she wants to show others that the light at the end of the tunnel is not just a cliché!
Erika enjoys spending time with her little one, friends and family, crafting, reading, writing, music gaming, cooking, creating art, cacti and llamas.


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