It is so important to take care of yourselves and others in this heatwave. Whilst this is what is to be expected with current climate change, all we can do is to continue pressuring the government and large businesses to become greener, and quickly. For the wildlife in our communities, they just survive. Make sure [...]
Tag: Nature Blog
Spring is here!
This past week has been truly glorious. Spending even just 10 minutes in the sun does wonders for me. Listening to the birds singing and the gentle breeze through the newly emerged vibrant green shoots. Whilst this warm spell is set to end next week, the brief interlude between the gloomy and cold weather has [...]
Happy Mother’s Day.
Back to life, back to reality.
The January Jitters.
The festive season has sadly come to an end (*cries intensely) and that lurking feeling of anxiety, guilt and sadness bubbles to the surface. In case you haven't already guessed, I hate this time of year. Spring seems so far away and the dark, dank days seem to be never ending. The looming threat of [...]
Happy New Year!
Trying Dry January? Why not give this alcohol free gin a go?
That strange time between Christmas and New Year – a guide.
The presents have been opened, the dinners have been devoured and most of us who celebrate Christmas are now in a cheese, fizz and chocolate stupor, whilst board games are played and any sense of time dissipates into thin air. What day is it? What time is it? You push the anxiety of looming deadlines [...]
Local, Ethical Clothing – Ivy and Rigg
Image from Ivy and Rigg Northumberland. Fast fashion has become a phrase that is used all over the shop. And for good reason - fast fashion is responsible for around 10% of global gas emissions. It seems no surprise then, that more and more of us are looking to small, local companies who provide fantastic [...]