Tea is such a social beverage. It’s an act of hospitality and great care. Making tea for someone can nurture great connection between those who share it.
January and February can be long, cold months. Having a cozy winter ritual helps keep spirits bright, even after the holidays have passed.
You don’t have to completely reinvent yourself for the new year. There’s beauty in simplicity and making meaningful changes to your rituals and routines in slow, steady movements!
Support yourself and your loved ones with the gifts of health and harmony throughout the gifting season and the Winter Solstice this year.
How I use routines, maintaining connections, and supportive rituals as powerful allies to alleviate symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Autumn is a time of great ritual. I like to add a few herbs and spices to my cooking that represent this time of year and reminds me of the flavors of fall.
The holidays are quickly approaching-it’s time to breathe into a new season. Here are three ways to ground yourself to find joy in the holiday season.
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. The energy is abundant yet gentle and a perfect compliment to fireside evenings and deep conversation.