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Meet My New Friend

So it seems I have a new friend. Not sure what he’s called yet (I’m open to any suggestions) … but nevertheless he’s been adding a little extra happiness to my days.

It all started about a month or two ago on Shire Farm – the Aura-Soma biodynamic farm – in Lincolnshire, when little lambs were popping out left, right and centre. It was so so cute to see tens of little ones jumping about the place. But one of them I took a particular love for … as he had one extra long “white sock” on his back leg. Continue reading

Lamb Love

lamb cuddles

Some things are just too cute not to share …
the new baby lambs at Shire Farm.

One thing is always for certain, if you’re having a particularly challenging moment in life, the best remedy is nature in all its innocence completely free from silly insignificant thoughts that pollute the minds of humans. Sweet little fluffy animals are undoubtedly therapy for the soul.

xox much love xox Continue reading

Made With Love

harvesting of biodynamic spelt crops for use in the Active Energised Organic Skincare range

In today’s world, it seems that we are bombarded with brands making bold claims to be “this” or “that” and nowhere else is this more apparent than the beauty industry.

When we read the label of a product and it claims to be natural, organic and/or made with love, how do we really know if that’s true or not? Continue reading

Postcards from Shire Farm

This first video clip is not actually at Shire Farm. Just a lovely little field that we stumbled across whilst going for morning walks.

At Shire Farm in Lincolnshire, where many of the plants and herbs are grown using bio-dynamic methods for the Aura-Soma colour-care product range and AEOS skin care range, standing stones have been placed at the energy centres within the landscape. These chakra areas with standing stones and other natural and sculpted formations mirror the human chakra energy system, enhancing the natural flow and wellbeing of the energy of the farm, and enriching the fertility of the soil.┬áIf you’re interested in reading more about Shire Farm click here for a previous blog entry written after my first visit. Continue reading