Today heralds the Spring Equinox, surely the start of actual Spring and a point where day will slip slowly by the hour toward Summer. Days are lengthening and light is returning once more. It’s all happening this week, the Equinox, and the Clocks going back…. lighter evenings at last! What will be do with that extra hour? Well here are some suggestions to ease you into Spring…
I can’t wait for Spring. I’m dying to get out there and potter in my small courtyard. At the moment I have pots with green tulip shoots popping up through the soil and unrecognisable shoots of plants that I’ve forgotten I’ve owned. What are they? Time will tell once they fully emerge. Spring is the perfect time to get outside and start planning and playing with your outside space. And if you are in need of some inspiration, then look
I often get asked why I started Sisterhood Camp. Where did my inspiration come from? Well to be honest it was started with an innocent need to connect with like minded women. To bring together all those creative women I had ‘met’ over the internet. A camp in North Devon – a chance for us to switch off from work. The majority of women I knew were in the blogging / artistic community who I had met through blogging and
This month I am drawn to soft muted tones of beige, browns and tan. With stems of pampas grass, gold statement earrings, brown legs and earthy ceramics. Looking at these images I think I am desperate for warmer weather, to walk barefoot on cool concrete floors. Hear bird song, and smell fresh grass.
Today was glorious, sunshine streaming in through the windows I bathed myself as I sat at the table working. But sunshine also highlights my lack of cleaning, I am not a good house keeper, in fact I am rather shoddy at it. I much prefer to be working or playing than cleaning. I know I am not alone! I have white walls throughout the house. White walls with dirty hand prints all over. Door trims with sticky marks. The stair
Firstly, Hi! How are you? Apologies for lack of posts over here on Littlegreenshed – I seemed to have neglected this space for a few weeks. But you know, I normally write here at least 4 times a week – so what’s up? What is going on with me? Well, I’ve been busy working on my other project, SISTERHOOD. Dan and I busy building a new website, and community. There are four upcoming events, including a 4 day retreat in
I love my job, and through it how I get to meet passionate people, who are passionate about their work and life. Once such person is Abi Reader, a third generation dairy farmer in South Wales. Last Sunday we had the opportunity to meet Abi and for her to show us around her beautiful dairy farm.
This time of year I crave fresh green vegetables and simple ingredients, cooked in a quick and easy way. Leaving stodgy winter foods behind me, I’m after quick, nutritious meals that the whole family will enjoy. I am longing for wild garlic and spring greens.. there is nothing better than going for a walk in the woods and gathering a handful of wild garlic leaves to cook with. Soon! In fact I heard the season is particularly early, and there are