Hello! I am Arbor Lee.
I am a writer, artist, mindful explorer and beauty forager.
I offer images and words as seasonal refuge— restoring souls through small moments of attention and beauty.
I am a harbinger of quiet stillness, offering a way of navigating the noise through mindful living and daily gratitude.
I write and create for remembrance, offering my unique witness to the diverse landscape of experience.
I am an explorer of sacred moments— attending to the healing magic hidden within the layers of the natural world.
I am an advocate for sensitive souls and anyone in need of a space to heal and rest.
I LOVE open questions, singing the moments, the sound of the ocean, the view through my macro lens, roses, quality dark chocolate, sparkling beverages, riding my red cruiser bike, "elevensies".
I AVOID quick answers, unsolicited advice, rushing, noisy crowded spaces, processed foods, making assumptions.
I CHERISH slow mornings with my beloved, mindful walks, kindred connections, rainy days, a freshly made bed, coastal time, the natural world, my inner wisdom, mindful poetry, the company of birds and my furry babes.
I am DEVOTED to saying the truest thing, honoring and caring for the natural world, making art that matters, positive action, life-long learning, writing to discover.
I am CAPTIVATED by the tiny world at the center of a flower, the delicate strength of moss, the powerful hum of hummingbird wings, the way my cat Frida looks at me, our capacity to heal and thrive, the ever-shifting and spacious sky.
My favorite question is “What is alive for me now?”
My favorite place is my backyard.
Short & Sweet Bio:
Arbor Lee is a writer and artist attending to small moments of discovery within the layers of an ordinary day. She is the author and illustrator of Morning Symphony: A Walk With the Birds and her personal narrative essays have been featured in The Sunlight Press Literary Journal, Bella Grace and Mabel magazines. Through her writing, photography and handmade work, Arbor aspires to awaken mindful curiosity and offer seasonal refuge from the noise of life.