Sustainability Starts With Love

I want to show you a few foods and flowers that are growing in our biodiverse, fairly wild, organic garden. It really is a blessing to be able to grow your own and in the almost thirteen years that we have lived here, we have not imported any soils for raised beds etc … all … Continue reading Sustainability Starts With Love

A Favourite Rugosa Rose

One of my most favourite fragrances in our organic country garden, is captured exquisitely in the Rugosa rose “Roseraie de l'Hay”. I love to dry these, too, for pot pourri. It is important to take moments to “stop and smell the roses”, something I absolutely love to do. What do you love? Mindfully, Holly x … Continue reading A Favourite Rugosa Rose

Catching Up And A Mention For The Bees

Dear Readers, It has been a little while since I last sat down to focus on the blog and I must start by apologising for being scarce! We are now into June 2021 and the year, even in isolation / lockdown has been very ‘busy’ for me. I have been doing a juggling act of … Continue reading Catching Up And A Mention For The Bees

Vegetable Garden Musings on Earth Day 2021

Organic is best! Today is Earth Day. Yesterday I planted out the roots of parsley, from a supermarket pot of many stems, into the bed that my son had spread compost onto, before he returned to University a couple of weeks ago. The lupin nearby will be making the soil rich with nitrogen. The rhubarb … Continue reading Vegetable Garden Musings on Earth Day 2021

Writing Poems

Did you know that writing is a good way to help yourself to find answers? Did you know that getting out of your own way and writing what wants to be written can be therapeutic as well as insightful? Did you know that writing poetry can be an inspired creative outlet, a wonderful tool for … Continue reading Writing Poems

My Journey Beyond Breakdown And How Brain Training Has Helped Me

Are you searching for hope in some way, shape or form? Are you feeling as though the fog just will not lift and you cannot find the will or the way to climb out of a situation?Dear Readers,You may have noticed that I have shared a few prompters lately, inviting you to register to attend … Continue reading My Journey Beyond Breakdown And How Brain Training Has Helped Me

Fastest Way To The Top Of The Mountain

I had to reach out, as I know you are serious about reaching your goals ... If you want to build a million-dollar business or a million-dollar income… There are proven ways to do it.  For decades, people thought the fastest & easiest proven way to the top of “success mountain” was to follow the … Continue reading Fastest Way To The Top Of The Mountain

In The Winters Of Life

In the Winters of Life, everything shows up more clearly. Seasons come and seasons go. When we pare it all back to the basics, we see what really matters ... but there is also much that cannot be seen with average sight or understanding. Sometimes we have to take it deeper and check in on … Continue reading In The Winters Of Life

Brain Magic

I saw this picture of a brain recently (source of image unknown) and it fascinates me. Did you know, our brains are incredible organisms - yes, organisms, not organs -  with the most wonderful capacity for renewal and change? Our conscious brain can direct our nonconscious brain (which is the powerful engine driving us to … Continue reading Brain Magic

Plants For Air Quality

With a certain amount of excitement on his part, and some natural trepidation shared, I delivered my son to university at the weekend - packed, prepped and ready to start his journey within the new academic arena of his choice. We arrived ... only to discover that my son's allocated hall of residence had just … Continue reading Plants For Air Quality