The modern world makes many demands on us. Between our smart devices and the constant appeals for our attention by everyday life, we can sometimes feel disjointed, torn and displaced. In response to this, there has seemingly been a renewal of interest in ways to ground ourselves. Connecting with nature via bare feet in the grass, taking a walk and inhaling the forest or simply taking a moment to breathe while looking out a window can make a powerful difference in well-being. It's one of the reasons we really like our work. We not only get to interact with wood, but we know that our efforts will allow you to enjoy the benefits of grounding. Its another way we find 'elpis' (hope) in wood.