21 ways to Try Slow-Living I used to hate the idea of slow living. My childhood consisted purely of it, long summer holidays of self-reflection surrounded by fields and sheep were the norm so by the time I hit university age I was more than ready for my city escape....read more
I fantasize about having a well stocked kitchen…A fridge brimming with delicious local cheese, homemade ferments, fresh seasonal veg. A freezer with home-made meals ready to save the day (or night) and a pantry full of nutritious flours and organic nuts and some soil...read more
I never thought that I’d end living on a farm in the middle of nowhere. When I was growing up the goal was to work for Vogue magazine or something similar, preferably in London or maybe Dublin. However ever since falling in love with a goat farmer and making the move...read more
Being gluten free is hard work. Ever since quitting gluten back in April 2016 I’ve been reading piles of cookbooks, trying not to crave bread and struggling with restaurant menus. Gluten is everywhere! Even in a packet of crisps, wheat lurks so I’ve had to become a...read more
20 Ways to Have a Hygge January Im not surprised that January has such a bad reputation. After the glamour and glitz of its predecessor, January has to deal with being stripped bare and overloaded with our emotive expectations for perfection. January has...read more
My current obsession is Golden Milk also know as a Turmeric Latte. I’m a big fan of warm drinks-even in summer it’s a tad chilly here on the blustery North Coast of Ireland and so a cup of something hot is one of the daily essentials. I’m also a huge fan of turmeric,...read more
Hi I’m Becky! I’m an artist and blogger exploring seasonal, slow living and creativity. When I’m not clambering through fields with my sketchbook or helping my husband feed goats or dig the polytunnels, you’ll find me in my little cottage kitchen in Northern Ireland. This blog is about living a mindful, slower life while reconnecting with the seasons. Thanks for joining me!