Better late than never, one of the downsides to living in the rural west coast of Ireland is that the internet connection can be hit and miss - For the past week it has been crashing every half an hour and is taking about the same time to upload one photo!
- So things seem to be relatively back to 'normal' now, so lets go...
- Less stuff = More happiness? Find out Graham Hill's - The founder of Treehugger - three rules for editing your life are and what he has to say about clearing out un-neccessary 'stuff' in your life.
- Whilst we are on the subject of clutter free lives, Wouldn't one of these houses built in the US for $20,000 be an ideal place to live that clutter free life? An initiative based on this model would be great in Ireland right now, where affordable housing is in much need.
- On a completely different subject, if you are a fan of beetroot, as I am, you should enjoy these recipes.
- Here are seven tips on how you can help your garden grow - at no cost to your pocket.
- On the subject of all things garden and tips - Here are more from Slow Food.
- One of the ways that we can provide sustainable solutions to some of the worlds major crises, is to ask indigenous people - "we indigenous peoples, can provide sustainable solutions to the world's crises. Indigenous peoples are not to be seen as only endangered victims to be protected, but also as carriers of knowledge and traditions that - far from being ancient and outdated - can offer concrete solutions to modern crises" - Read more.
- These spinach crepes with apple and chickpeas look sooo good - And so does this Tomato Pie!
- The west of Ireland has so much to offer as Norm from Cheers and his wife find out on a recent trip.
- Dillisk - A seaweed and also a 'seaside food project'...
I love to see the return of Bog Cotton, it signifies the approaching solstice and new cycles = Exciting!