Winter Solstice Greetings

“I am a man who takes heart from the season’s change” Matt Berry – Solstice – Kill the Wolf I think it is really important these days to press pause at seasonal calendar events to reflect on times past and how you are going to go forward with the next part of your life. Although… Continue reading Winter Solstice Greetings

Bake Your Day a Little Better

Happy Bake Cookies Day! Who doesn’t love a good cookie … nom nom nom! There are several reasons to celebrate cookies other than a sugary treat. Cookies have history, they’re not just an American hallmark Christmas film thing or a stable diet in Friends. The word originates from Koejke, a Dutch word meaning ‘little cake’.… Continue reading Bake Your Day a Little Better

Hot Cocoa Day

Its Hot Cocoa Day! Lets celebrate! Domesticated by the Olmecs, converted into a treat by the Mayan’s and turned into wealth by the Aztecs. Cocoa beans have a significant history in regards to development of civilisation. Chocolate has over 600 flavour compounds that excite the brain. Like with most delicious things in life, companies have… Continue reading Hot Cocoa Day

No Conditions – Alcohol Awareness Week

Dry November is where folk go sober for the month or a little bit more in order to rejuvenate their liver and overall well being before all the feasting and indulgences that come with Christmas and seasonal celebrations. Not only is it Dry November but its ‘Action on Alcohol’ week this week (18th – 22nd… Continue reading No Conditions – Alcohol Awareness Week

Soil Fest 2019

I’ve been helping the Soil Science Society of Ireland with their Soil Fest event. The event coincides with World Soil Day, 5th December 2019 and celebrates all things ‘soil’. The event will feature talks, art and exhibits. There are limited spaces and you can get your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/soil-fest-2019-tickets-81966226189 “World Soil Day 2019 (#WorldSoilDay) and… Continue reading Soil Fest 2019