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    Lately | July

    Making: Omelettes for breakfast (every day!). Cooking: for 15 for my belated birthday celebration. Drinking: Staminade. Reading: My Preppie’s ‘Look What I Can Do’ book. Wanting: time in my much-neglected garden. Looking: for the oft-lost…

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    Week 23 | Silence

    Silence is the gift of sanctuary. An opportunity to escape to our private inner world where we can close off the stream of information & noise that clutters our outer world & filters into…

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    Week 22 | Creativity

    Creativity is our soul given form; whatever the medium. What creative language does your soul speak? What does it say? Listen & acknowledge your inner creator this week. Note: If you’re sharing your gratitude online,…

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    Week 19 | Routine

    In an increasingly secular society where many people have abandoned traditional forms of religion, we often find ourselves lacking purposeful practices or rituals that acknowledge & celebrate our personal experiences & shared humanity.  …

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    Lately | June

    Making: Mrs Mud earrings for some friends. Cooking: Slow-cooker spiced chicken meatballs. Drinking: champagne. So much to celebrate this month! Reading: ‘Enneagram Companions‘ by Suzanne Zuercher. A profound book on using the enneagram for…

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    Lately | May

    Making: Kokedamas (the traditional Japanese art of making moss-ball plants). Cooking: Chicken Corn Chowder in the slow cooker. Drinking: Red wine. Reading: ‘A Hidden Wholeness: The Journey Toward an Undivided Life‘ by Parker J Palmer. Wanting: My…

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    Lately | April

    Making: Malteser slice for Easter gatherings with friends. Cooking: Chicken & chickpea curry. It’s a slow-cooker renaissance! Drinking: switched to red wine with the cooler weather. Reading: ‘The Beekeeper’s Secret’ by Josephine Moon for Book Club. My…

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    Week 11 | Back to Nature

    Is there any better way to restore your soul than spending time in nature? If so, I’m yet to find it. Studies show that the benefits include feeling more vitality and energy, a greater…