Why I Love Quiet Time In The Mornings So Much

The world is noisy. If it isn’t the news, it’s notifications or people voicing opinions and asking interview-style questions left, right and center. It’s not that it bothers me; more like it unappealing and can be more than a little unnerving – the noise of it all. It’s not that I don’t have thoughts or […]

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The Ultimate Guide To Composting | Guest Post by Elizabeth Shields

Composting offers an eco-friendly way to recycle food scraps and yard waste, ensuring you get a final use out of such household by-products.   It’s also a great way to teach ourselves about sustainability and nature.  In this blog, we’ll dig into the joys of compost:  how to get started on composting turn your food […]

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A SHORT TRIP To Wales | VIEWS FROM THE CLIFF

Recently, I saw someone’s comment on social media about ‘when fresh air was free.’ Fresh air is still free, and in these times when freedom of choice is suddenly up for debate while rights are selectively being granted to others, every opportunity to breathe clean air, stretch your legs and enjoy scenery or go for […]

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The Germany Journey – Singing In An Art Garden & A Visit To A Florist

Though it’s the third time I’ve been to Germany, this is the first toss staying in a forest. Amidst a humanly un-countable amount of trees (confirmed by the drone flown), deer, wild pigs and wolves nowhere (yet) in sight, there’s plenty of time for reflection and observation of the beauty of creation. What started out […]

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Time Staying In A German Forest | Nature Walks, Homecooking & Outdoor Adventures

Heya, did you get to read the posts on the benefits of nature walks and sharpening your outdoorsy ‘life’ skills yet? Well, today I’m inviting you for a virtual forest visit with pics sharing: homecooking moments forest flower bouquets a quad bike ride target practice nature walks all in a forest in east Germany where […]

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Quiet Observations and LIFE LESSONS

Money can’t buy Love Like academic education doesn’t guarantee common sense Like a high-paying job doesn’t generate compassion Like a full schedule doesn’t necessarily mean time well spent Like a state-of-the-art house doesn’t define a happy home Like a burst bank account might not belong to a grateful soul  Like big muscles don’t define a […]

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Choosing Gentleness In A Rough World | ENCOURAGEMENT

She hated my guts, at that point in time. With the receiver still perched in her hand, the woman who thought I wanted her job eeked out the exact words I’d just said to another caller, “You’re welcome. Hope you have a bright rest of the day,” and hung up with a cold smirk. Though […]

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Cosy Up Your Home In These 3 Areas | Ambience, Sound & Fragrance

cosy: (adjective) giving a feeling of comfort, warmth, and relaxation. Ideally, a home is a safe and cosy place to live in or consistently return to. It may not always look or feel that way depending on your circumstances or season, but whatever the case, there are some steps we can take to create a […]

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