How to Make Rose Glycerite & Tincture

I don’t know about you but I always feel sad when the flowers in the garden start to disappear for another year. There’s a hint of regret and loss. But that’s been the great thing about exploring herbology, I’m discovering more and more ways to use wild herbs and plants for the benefit of health […]

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BeWILDerwood: Confidence Building for Teeny Twiggles and Brave Boggles

Recently we visited BeWILDerwood in Norfolk for the first time! If you’re not from the area or haven’t been before, BeWILDerwood is like a high-spec, hand-built, Ewok village, where little ones can roam freely into their imaginations and into wild adventure. (Norfolk is worth visiting for this reason alone.) By its nature, BeWILDerwood is a great […]

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Wellbeing: How to Make Daisy Tea

Forage in the UK: March – November Wild daisies are one of the many flowers that you can eat and use in cooking. They make a lovely addition to salads and smoothies and you can also make medicinal tea from them too. It’s timeless and well-loved and daisy tea is a great thing to make […]

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Eco-Christmas Present Ideas

Apologies for the delay in posting this folks! I drafted this weeks ago but only now finding the time to post. So here it is, perhaps some eco inspo for your last-min Christmas shopping this week. Buying eco-friendly gifts gives you a real boost to your wellbeing. There’s such a feel-good factor behind buying environmentally […]

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Autumn ‘me time’ at Brudenell Hotel: A cosy bolthole by the sea

Once a year I head to Aldeburgh on my own, to attend the annual Poetry in Aldeburgh Festival. It’s a three-day event that attracts the UK’s most inspiring poets. There are readings, workshops and other events geared up to both beginners and well-established poets. It’s always such an encouraging atmosphere, allowing me to reset, focus […]

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Kalleco: Saving the Planet One Straw at a Time

God bless, Instagram. For all it’s flaws, I love that you can learn and be inspired by so many positive, life-changing things. It’s been twelve months since that epic BBC documentary that explored the devastating impact plastic has on our marine environment, and which left many of us particularly conscious about plastic and recycling this year. […]

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