It is very easy to feel hopeless in the face of climate change. And, therefore, easy to feel like there is no point doing anything to help. But there is, and this is the time when we should all be doing as much as we possibly can. No matter how small, every little thing counts. Here are a few of the innovations we find exciting in the fight against climate change. Read more
Plastic Swaps: A few favourites
It is Plastic Free July this month, so we thought we would share a few of our favourite plastic swaps. It is important not to stress with plastic swaps. Find things that fit into life, and enjoy making the positive changes. Here are a few we love. Read more
Bliss and Joy through flowers by Samantha
Flowers bring me so much joy – I love the colours, textures and divine expression that flowers give whether in a garden, field or even on a road side; or in a bouquet.
Recently I made a heart shaped oasis flower arrangement for a very beautiful and special person; and last minute with no preparation – making it extra fun! Sometimes; love and creativity (and some good music) is all you need to create something beautiful to show a loved one just what they mean to you (including yourself) and that can be done as cheaply or as costly as you want. Read more
Fun things to do to help save the planet – for all ages
Finding fun things to do to help save the planet is always important, and there is a lot out there. There are lots of ways to help nature, whether it is little things or big things, you can find something that will fit your routine. Read more
Well being for you and the planet
A look at well being for you and the planet at the same time. Looking yourself is great, but it is even better when you can do it and look after the planet at the same time. Here are a few of our favourite tips for looking after you and the planet. Read more
Home Roaming – House Plants Love
House Plants in the home. Homes are curated and created both consciously and unconsciously as we live our lives. Outside influences affect the home designs. Whether because of items gifted from others or things we have bought ourselves. Each house has an imprint of ourselves. Imprints come from different sources if the kitchen is inspired by the latest trend on Instagram, or bedroom from your favourite Home Decor magazine.
Ideas and items are imported from other countries, borrowed from friends and inherited from family.
Our next range of blogs is all about what influences your home. How different countries can influence design, or items inherited from family, or current style trends. Read more
We have done various posts on weddings in the past, but none last year. Finally it feels like a time when we can breath and start planning weddings again. Though it may be a while before they are the same as pre covid weddings, if anything, they will mean more. Here are a few ideas on making small weddings feel special. Read more
Things to look out for in the garden in spring.
Spring is a wonderful time, as flowers start unfurling and hibernating animals start to wake up. And, this year more than others, it is important to concentrate on nature and the positives. Here are a few things you can look out for in your garden (or if you don’t have a garden, in a park or wood.) Read more
Autumn Hygge is important. Changing seasons can affect people in different ways. Some people love each change and revel in the differences bought with each change. So, as we move into the colder seasons, here are a few ideas on how to embrace autumn. Read more
Now is a perfect time to practise flower arranging. Especially if you have a garden full of blooms.
It is also a wonderful way to make the house feel fresh, without having to do much. Whether you pick your flowers or buy them, here are a few tips for flower arranging. Read more