Pinecone Bird Feeders

Pinecone Bird Feeders

Making bird feeders is such a lovely way to express and model our love for the animal kingdom and also provides a strong transition from a focused inside activity (in breath moment) to an outside activity (out breath moment). Little hands love having the responsibility of spreading the lard or peanut butter onto the pinecones… read more

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School Lunchbox Ideas

School Lunchbox Ideas

Almost two months into school and sometimes it’s hard to think of anymore lunchbox inspired recipes. I’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite lunchbox meals, snacks and treats. With three of the four children at school we use A LOT of lunch containers. I choose stainless steel and glass over plastic. The brands… read more

Simple Preparations for Hallows’ Eve

Simple Preparations for Hallows’ Eve

According to Pagan folklore, on October 31st (which lands midway between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice) the veil between this world and the spirit world is at its thinnest, allowing the dead to walk among us. In light of this tradition people would set the table for relatives who had passed and symbolically… read more

#realmothersdiversevoices : Geraldine Devine

#realmothersdiversevoices : Geraldine Devine

I am thrilled to be sharing a new interview series with you each and every week: #realmothersdiversevoices. In this series my intention is to reveal the endless ways our family values can inform our Daily Rhythm. The mothers I have interviewed lead diverse lives but they each have a huge sense of clarity about what… read more

Simple Preparations for Michaelmas

Simple Preparations for Michaelmas

Michaelmas is celebrated on September 29th each year and marks the true beginning of Fall at the time of the Autumn Equinox. The story of St. Michael (sometimes helping the earthly, St. George) conquering the dragon of darkness with his sword forged from the stars, symbolizes triumph over the approaching darkness. On an even deeper level… read more