On my nightstand, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking, by Susan Cain. Are you an introvert? Take Susan’s full test at The Guardian.
Celebrating two years of starting (almost) every day with a green smoothie, i.e. one that combines fresh fruit with raw brassicas (usually kale or brocolli sprouts) and raw ginger. I’ve recently started adding a tablespoon of Sea Buckthorn Juice, a superfood that grows prolifically on the dunes of the east coast of Scotland (i.e. 20 miles from my flat).
Storycatcher of the week, Steph Bradley, and her journey walking around England in flip-flops (I can’t even walk down the road in these torture devices!) collecting ‘Tales of Our Times’, stories of Transition.
For those nights when one hypnotherapist just isn’t enough to put you to sleep: Deep Sleep and Sweet Dreams, with Carol Erickson and Thomas Condon
A fun, visual calculator for those of you, like me, who are counting every new minute of daylight: Daylight Calculator
Covetted this week: Kerry Darlington’s fairytale paintings. The internet just doesn’t do justice to the intensity of the colours seen in real life.
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oh! I like the idea of a daylight calendar! : )