Stuart Whelan, in his early 50s at the time, and his wife, left their corporate life in Sydney to own and operate a naturist retreat in Nelsons Bay, Australia. For Stuart, getting naked in nature was “transformational”.
Don’t you just love a great naturist story?
being naked is a great way to live your life.
you can do your daily jobs, what ever they might be. only difference, you feel more relaxed, whilst you are doing the jobs . so you make a better job.
i myself, sleep in the nude.
for instance this morning i went down stairs. walked through the room into the kitchen made myself a drink and a breakfast, went back into into room to eat it.
once i had finished my breakfast,
i went back into the kitchen and started cleaning he kitchen cupboards and everything else in the room, including emptying the freezer and cleaning all the ice out .
whilst i was in the room my mother-in-law walk into the room.
i just carried on cleaning.
she was fully dressed, i was completely naked.
i felt great in myself, that she saw me how i love to be , completley naked
So cleaning out the ice was followed swiftly by breaking the ice with m-I-law. Nice. Hope it meant you could continue.
Met Stuart last year and stayed at his inn. Lovely place and a great guy!
Thanks for your comment, Dan. I would love to visit but no plans yet to visit.
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