Here in the northern hemisphere, we are midway between Summer Solstice and Autumn Equinox. A time known as Lammas or Lughnasadh.
A time of plenty when fruits and vegetables are swelling.
To mark this time, I invite you to create a quiet space for yourself this weekend and journal with the following questions
I wrote yesterday about my self-created August Fest.
But what does that mean for the Daily Flourish emails?
It’s nearly time to kick back, take a breather, play, camp and generally be outdoors as much as possible.
My very own August Fest!😆😆😆
But with a few days to go before I close my laptop, the pull to…
It’s Olympics time!🥇
Our daughter loves horseriding. She came back from her special few days away at Nanny’s with a copy of Charlotte Dujardin’s autobiography.
My own horse riding ambitions are slightly more modest:
Fancy some fun with others?
At the same time as transforming an area of your life?
And to start believing in yourself as someone who can and does?
It’s a full moon in the early hours of tomorrow, Saturday, morning.
Full moons are a time to celebrate wins.🙌
’re also approaching Lammas, the seasonal festival at the start of August, when we harvest the fruits of our labours.
Wise words this morning from E.E. Cummings🙏🏼
The school holidays have started: six weeks stretch ahead.
I was away this weekend with girlfriends: outdoor swims, lying under the shade of an enormous tree beside a river with bright blue damsel flies darting about, and meals eaten outside.
A perfect few days😍AND
If the soil in the garden isn’t strong and fertile, then it takes a lot of work and energy to ‘make’ plants thrive.
There are also plants which are just not suited to certain soils: you may get them to bloom, but they need specific conditions to truly flourish.
So in life.
Adventures are a theme in our household at the moment.
Turning seemingly simple day-to-day matters in to adventures.
From lunchtimes picnics to the school holidays.