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Resilience

“A butterfly whose wings have been touched, can indeed still fly” J. Raymond. Today’s post is about the subject of resilience, which has been playing on my mind for a while now. To put it into context, the last 6 … Continue reading

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An apology….

OK so I’m ashamed to say that it’s been quite a long time since I last posted. It’s not that nothing has been happening—quite the opposite—it’s just that I haven’t felt up to posting much these last few months. Since … Continue reading

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Attack of the Smurfs! (a.k.a naturally coloured soap Part 1)

Time for an update on our soapy adventures… The original soap making attempt using the Little Green Workshops kit worked a treat – the bars kept their lovely orange blossom scent, and gave a good lather with some poppy seeds … Continue reading

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The springing of spring – woohoo!

So I’ve been a bit quiet lately, we’ve been away on holiday to visit family in the UK, and then I just started a new job (back to working full time – eek!) so the last few weeks have flown … Continue reading

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Jesus can walk on water….

…but Chuck Norris can swim through land. Or so the saying goes. What does this have to do with anything? Well, we have some new (well relatively) additions to our chicken family, including our new rooster Chook Norris! Here he … Continue reading

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Bubble bubble toil and trouble!

When I first watched the movie Fight Club I was intrigued that the characters were able to make soap (and other more…um…explosive substances) so easily with just a few simple ingredients. To me, soap was something to add to the … Continue reading

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Viva La Ferment Fever – Part 2

It’s been a while coming—due to hectic ‘end of contract’ madness and trying to finish up at work, combined with family members jumping off moving bikes and fracturing elbows (!)— but I’m slowly getting back on track with our sustainability … Continue reading

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