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Hi there and winter blessings,

I hope this blog post finds you well - nice and warm, perhaps rugged up in a blanket or sipping on a hot tea, or in a room with a toasty heater, or perhaps even out and about with a lovely big scarf and cosy jumper. We've just passed the...

Hello my lovelies,

What a start we had to this year, it's been so intense here in Australia, especially on the east coast. I won't dwell on it as, if you live here, you'll know exactly what I'm talking about, it's been a tough and trying time and I'm sure that collect...

Go gently,

Be kind to yourself,

Be kind to your body.


I was recently reading through some old newsletters to see what I'd written about in previous years, and I came across this little message that I wrote a few years ago - "Go gently, be kind to yourself, be kind to you...

Pain is something we've all experienced in our lives. It comes in various shapes and sizes, lasts for varying lengths of time at varying intensities, and may...

A few months ago I saw this post from Womenspiration. We so often deny ourselves of rest, however it’s so important. This is a special call to women, many of whom have put their health on the back burner for years and years. They prioritise their family, friends, chore...

I love tissue salts. They're what turned my life and health around 40 years ago and I’ve used them in my daily life ever since. I can’t say enough good things about them. They’re simple to use, well priced and safe (including in pregnancy, breastfeeding, the elderly an...

Making friends with Hawthorn in France 

Hello my lovelies, what a mixed start we've had to Winter...freezing rain, wind, warm sun, and lots and lots of folk sick with respiratory 'bugs'. I hope you're not one one of them. I do have plenty of tricks up my herbalist sleev...

There's a certain something that I believe is really important when it comes to food, especially as the weather keeps getting cooler, and that something is your 'digestive fire'.

You see, digestive fire is a concept that spans across many traditional cultures and medi...

When I say dandelion – what springs to your mind? Wretched weed? Happy childhood memories of playing ‘what time is it’ with the puffy seed head? Or ‘oh yes, I’ve heard it’s good for your liver’?.
 
As a naturopathic herbalist, it's no surprise that I love glorious dand...

We often think of meditation as formal exercise where we have to sit in a special place, at a special time, for a long time and be able (without any practice) to quieten and clear our minds. However, it can be much simpler than that and every 2 minutes we can find thro...

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