The lovely folks at Isobaa kindly invited me to try out and review some of their gorgeous Spring-Summer 2021 Collection, and, of course I jumped at the opportunity having tried and tested so many of their great products over the past year and which have … Continue reading Isobaa Summer Clothing – Product Review
I was so thrilled to be asked to guest blog for the wonderful folks at Madlug. Here’s a link to my post on: Top Tips for Packing Your Hiking Backpack
NEVER STOP DREAMING…
“Frankly, at this point, I consider imagining the future in a positive way an act of immense courage, of resistance, of rebellion.”
– Rob Hopkins, From What Is to What If.
Wild Women Events has from day one always been about connection. Connection with self. Connection with others. Connection with the earth. When you join a Wild Women Event you are participating in change both within and without. I’ve seen the changes in your heart and in your mind. I’ve seen the growth of your self-belief and the increase in your energy. I’ve seen the sparkle in your eyes and the realisation that things can be done differently. That life can be lived differently, that it can be fun and meaningful. Light-hearted and carefree whilst simultaneously deep and profound. I’ve been affected too! I feel more connected to my own power and purpose than ever. I’m enjoying the gorgeous new friendships SO much and my passion to see this small business make a positive difference in the world has been well and truly fanned into flame.
As of last month I’ve been setting aside £1.00 from every ticket sold for a Wild Women Event to donate to causes that are caring for our wild places – think rewilding, restoring, repurposing and you get the picture! For the month of May £70 went directly to the Woodland Trust – 70 beautiful women who hiked with me are represented which makes my heart flutter and sing. We all know that it’s the small changes in our day and daily that make the real and lasting differences in our lives so while this may not seem like a huge amount of money, it embodies so much more than that. It symbolises our hope of a better, brighter, doing things differently, joy-filled, connected future…
INTRODUCING… The Wild Women Events ‘Seed Share’. From this weekend onwards I will be bringing along on my walks a little box filled with seeds I no longer need for you to have a nose through and take home whatever you fancy. If you are coming along to any of my hikes and have seeds you no longer want or need please feel free to bring them along too – vegetables, fruit, flowers… it’s all welcome and the more seeds we share the more we can grow beautiful things to eat and to encourage wildlife into our gardens. I’ve been learning over the past few years just what a beautiful therapy growing stuff is and I want to share that among our wild community.
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It’s always going to be a bit tricky to make rubbish sound appealing or glamorous-looking and ‘insta-worthy’ but last Friday saw first ‘Wild Women Mission – Litter Pick’ take place and it was amazingly a super morning for all who attended! Five gorgeous souls (as … Continue reading Wild Women Mission – Litter Pick
Over the past few weeks my husband, Trevor, has been lucky enough to be trying out the lovely new Isobaa Merino Blend Trainers. He opted for the size EUR42 in the smoke colour-way, which were kindly gifted by Isobaa, as they looked like they would … Continue reading Product Review – Isobaa Merino Blend Trainers
1. Collect dandelion heads from an unsprayed area (make sure to leave plenty for the bees as this is some if their first food)! 2. I don’t wash my dandelions as that removes all the pollen, simply give them a wee shake and let them … Continue reading Dandelion Honey
“Whoops-a-daisy” bump balm…mostly for me as I have severe clumsyitis but the kids are also allowed to use it to soothe bumps and bruises. 1. Lay out daisy heads on a sunny windowsill to remove excess moisture. 2. Pop them in a jar with carrier … Continue reading Whoops-a-daisy bump balm
My husband is a Ballycastle-man born and bred and when we were first married we lived on the North Coast of Northern Ireland so it naturally feels like a second home to us and yet never ceases to blow our minds with its beauty anytime … Continue reading Wild Places to Visit – Northern Ireland – Causeway Coastal Route
Redburn Country Park, located close to Holywood in County Down, Northern Ireland is one of my favourite places to wander all year round. It is a gorgeous spot with plenty of meandering trails, beautiful views across Belfast Lough and with its ever-changing colour palette throughout … Continue reading Wild Places to Visit – Northern Ireland – Redburn Country Park