Every cloud really will have a silver lining tonight and tomorrow evening as there is a rare supermoon orbiting our earth.  The full moon is expected to appear at its biggest and brightest since January 1948 as it orbits closer to the earth than usual.

If the clouds don’t clear tonight we can try again tomorrow night. If we are still unlucky there is due to be another supermoon in a months time on the 14th of December.

I’ll leave you with this wonderful quote by the Japanese poet Saigyo about change and the moon;

“Every single thing changes and is changing in the world, yet with the same light the moon goes on shining.”

Source: How to see the biggest supermoon for 70 years | The Independent

Eileen Fisher

Eileen Fisher

Hello, I’m Eileen Fisher. I’m an indoor and outdoor therapist and nutritionist. I offer counselling and psychotherapy for both individuals and couples, as well as nutrition advice and support around disordered eating.

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