Hi! Writing a blog on here feels weird now and I don't know why, perhaps it is because what I would usually be putting on here is now going on social media, in my email newsletter and/or in Kitchen Garden magazine, so it means I don't want to duplicate things in case of annoying you. … Continue reading Hi in July!
We all know I live and breathe driving for change - for the power of gardening to be truly recognised both by industry, government and medical professionals as a therapy option. Which is why...I am beyond delighted to share that I will delivering two seminar talks to the gardening industry, both garden centre chains and … Continue reading It’s nearly time to step on the Glee stage!
What a crazy couple of weeks it has been, wowzers! I'm definitely not complaining don't worry, long may it continue! Just with more structure would be ideal...hence as I type this to you, I have been having a mini break away to put the millions of plans covering all aspects of my life, especially Life … Continue reading TLC Time!
I said in my last blog post all around Prescribed Gardening, that I had some very exciting news to share soon and I am finally able to share it with you all now... I am beyond delighted and truly honoured to announce that I have been appointed as an Ambassador for Thrive, the incredible charity … Continue reading Appointed as an official Thrive Ambassador!
I don't think gardening and wellbeing have ever been spoken about more than in this year, a breakthrough in it self. We needed the change and I really hope that this openness, as well as the prominent article that came out in The Times on Sunday are signs that it is on the way. Tablets, … Continue reading Are we about to get a breakthrough with Prescribed Gardening?!
Well hello there strangers... apparently it has been 4 weeks since my last blog, but it feels like forever! June 2018 was a huge month to remember for me in so many ways. Three weeks ago I lived my dream at BBC Gardeners' World Live - which is exactly what I am finally going to … Continue reading BBC GW LIVE 2018 – Time To Reflect
With only a couple of days to go I am beyond delighted to announce in case you missed the memo, that I will be at BBC Gardeners’ World Live 2018. Living my dream - sharing my journey and expert advice on the Gardeners Unplugged stage every day. I will also be appearing on the Let's Talk … Continue reading BBC Gardeners’ World Live 2018
Every so often I have the honour of being asked to guest blog for wonderful brands, sharing my thoughts and ideas with the hope to inspire more wonderful people in to the world of gardening and GYO. I have been chatting to the lovely team at SEEDBALL for a while now about their amazing and … Continue reading SEEDBALL – Encourage a bug and a bee…
How are we one day away from August already? This year is going super fast and I am very quickly approaching another birthday this Sunday...ahh! It may be the last of my twenties but I'm determined to make it the best yet. The rain has certainly been my best friend over the past hectic few … Continue reading Jungle July
Wowzers...it's been a whole month...sorry! I have never not blogged for that long but have been super busy and having so much fun. Hopefully you have all seen some very exciting news......I finally have my degree, wahoo!! More importantly for you though.....I launched my YouTube channel! Finally, it's here and I'm so blooming happy, plus … Continue reading Time flies when your having fun!
As I mentioned in my last blog, it's National Allotment Week! Have you done anything to celebrate the tradition of allotments or your enthusiasm for grow your own? The National Allotment Society organised a number of Open Allotment day events which are listed here; did you attend any? I didn't attend any of the events but spent a good … Continue reading National Allotment Week 2016
What a wonderful day! As hopefully many of my followers will be aware, on Sunday I had the pleasure to join other volunteers at BBC Countryfile Live representing The National Allotment Society. Perfect timing I thought just before National Allotment Week, which is running now. Volunteering for the Allotment Society was an opportunity I saw … Continue reading Countryfile Live – Volunteering
When see you pictures of an idyllic flower farm, then realise it is only a 9 minute drive away... I was recently searching online for flower farms and seeing if there was any nearby so that I could have freshly cut locally grown flowers at home all the time. Amongst the search appeared Green and Gorgeous, … Continue reading Green & Gorgeous – The Flower Farm
No.27 is more than just an allotment to me, it is my second home, my retreat, my hideaway and most importantly the only place where my mind goes blank, my stress levels calm and my anxiety disappears. 6 years ago I suffered terribly from anxiety, so much so that I couldn't leave the front door on my … Continue reading Allotments; the new prescription remedy
Do you ever find yourself juggling for time? Unless you are extremely lucky, I am sure we all do. Whether it's the allotment, work, university, housework, family, pets, there is always something. June is certainly turning out to be my busiest month so far, the plot is changing daily, work is at its peak and … Continue reading Juggling in June