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Health and Wellness The Great Outdoors

Moving Through the Seasons

As spring ambled into Summer the days became sunny and warm. The tree’s filled up with shades of green and the grass got taller. I spent long, enjoyable hours outside, walking, exploring, gardening, working and relaxing as the bees buzzed around me. Now summer has slowly melted away to be replaced with a colourful rainbow […]

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Green Living Personal Cultivation

The Joy of Gardening

You can’t get up too early, if you have a garden. You must be early due yourself, if you get ahead of the bugs. I think, that, on the whole, it would be best to sit up all night, and sleep daytimes. Things appear to go on in the night in the garden uncommonly. It […]

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Health and Wellness

72 Hour Fast – Completed

Fasting is a mindset – a positive habit to jump-start natural healing process in the body and mind. It triggers autophagy, the cellular self-cleansing process. ― Amit Ray, Peace Bliss Beauty and Truth: Living with Positivity Whoever thought to undertake a 72-hour fast while on lockdown would be a great idea, was an idiot.  That […]

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Personal Cultivation

Hello Again

It’s been a mighty long time since I’ve posted on this blog.  But, I am still here. 2020 has been nothing but one big roller coaster ride, with many ups and downs and mostly without any thrills. (although to be fair I never liked those rides anyway.  They make me feel bilious just thinking about […]

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Health and Wellness Personal Cultivation

Healthy Habits 2020

As the new year begins my thoughts and ideas turn to not only maintaining my healthy habits from 2019 but to build upon them and potentially add a few new ones. One of my healthy habits last year was to get back into running.  As I hadn’t run in quite a while I decided to […]

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Green Living

Grow Your Own Food in 2020

if you’re thinking of new years resolutions right now then growing some of your own food is a pretty darn good one to go with in 2020.  Not many people can be 100% self-sufficient for everything but growing a few crops will reward you with some tasty homegrown veg.  You can grow exactly what you […]

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Weekend Gardener

Weekend Gardener – December

I was about to do a November update when I got struck down by a virus hence my absence last month.  As it was I didn’t actually have much to tell you as I was just recovering and catching up from a previous virus (it was quite a time) and the weather these past few […]

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Weekend Gardener

Weekend Gardener – October Update

October has seen a lot of rain and now the daily temperatures are starting to plummet as well which doesn’t make for great gardening weather.  But, I have still busied myself around the garden.  There has been plenty to do to get the garden ready for the colder months. Interestingly after the deluge of rain, […]

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Weekend Gardener

15 Ways to Get Your Garden Ready for Winter

This time of year provides a perfect opportunity to get your garden ready for winter when plants and flowers really start to slow down. In our garden at the moment (and thanks to some rather mild Autumn weather earlier this month) I’ve still got some crops going, but that is only half the story. I […]

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Health and Wellness Personal Cultivation

72 Hour Fast Complete

Fasting is a mindset – a positive habit to jump-start natural healing process in the body and mind. It triggers autophagy, the cellular self-cleansing process. ― Amit Ray, Peace Bliss Beauty and Truth: Living with Positivity 72 hours and 22 minutes my fast came to an end just after 6pm tonight.  I broke my fast […]