Hi folks, Since launching my new business back in June, I've been finding it tricky to keep up the regular blog posts here. When I started this blog three years ago I did weekly posts for about 18 months, then moved to fortnightly for another 18 months. Now that I'm balancing time in the new …
I've been making these delightful baby bonnets!
Leftover porridge and an apple that's seen better days are transformed into a delicious quick snack.
This hat has become my standard new baby gift; over the last two years I've now knitted this baby hat pattern for at least twelve babies.
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Unless you grow your own coffee beans, it is hard to call any coffee sustainable. Here is our "sustainable-ish" coffee process.
I've been concocting a new business idea for more than 18 months, and now it's finally launched!
A regular family gratitude practice is to give thanks for everything that had to happen for us to be able to eat this meal.
Here is the method I use to bake our basic bread, three tins at a time. This is the bread we slice up and keep in our freezer for toast and sandwiches.
In a challenging time like this, I've found that now, more than ever, little things have become big things.