Start decorating with green to improve your wellbeing at home. Creative Mentor and Writer Bettina Deda shares five tips how to introduce nature and all things botanical into your interior.
Have you met your hermit yet? If you are in the process of downsizing your home with all the challenges that come with it, I encourage you to read his book and learn strategies how to focus on the present moment no matter what you are doing. Learn from Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
I decided to wrap up the year with a special Christmas gifts giveaway. It might be a bit early to say Merry Christmas, but as I would like to say a heartfelt Thank You to all of you who read my blog and newsletter, I publish this post a bit earlier. I want to make sure that you receive my gifts on time before the holiday break.
The Dyehouse is a book about the daily life of the working class in postwar Australia “when work was being radically transformed by new industrial technologies.” The author, who was born in 1905, was member of the Communist Party and later on the Labour Party and ended up working in a textile factory herself. As Fiona McFarlane points out in her introduction “Calthorpe was expected to protect the interests of the Company at all times; but, like Miss Merton, her sympathies lay with the workers. She began to take notes, thinking, ‘Oh well, while I’m preparing to write my great Australian novel, I’ll write this.’”