Welcome to Little Piece of Wonder.  I am Emma Coxon,  a city girl, who moved to the countryside almost ten years ago, and now live in a little thatched cottage in Wiltshire with my husband and daughter.

I’m fascinated by the power of wonder on wellbeing.  I’m also a hippy at heart, adventurer, lover of travel, sea dips, camping and the great outdoors, art, green sketching, photography, people, places and all things natural.

I am on a journey to re-connect with myself, and to live a slower paced and more intentional life; by embracing the wonder of nature and the seasons and taking more time to get creative.  My passions in life include art, photography, writing and walking in nature with my little family and I have set out to do more of these things every day, as I’ve realised the joy and importance of doing what you’re passionate about.

I’m a Freelance PA and Editorial Assistant by day (currently working with a number of interesting clients including Editor of Top Santé magazine).  Previous to that I was Psychologies magazine’s Food & Living Editor, so working in creative roles is important to me.  I believe our work and passions should overlap somehow so that we are living a more authentic life that brings us fulfilment.

The quieter we become, the more we can hear”  Rumi

I am learning to ‘unplug & re-charge’ more regularly; to paint, draw, knit, read, listen, connect more fully with others and explore nature and my surroundings.

I hope to encourage others to take the time to find out what brings them joy and get out there and live it.  Focusing on simple living, what inspires them and if they don’t already know, getting quiet enough to hear what it is that makes their heart sing.