"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; it's the only thing that ever has."- Margaret Mead
List #002.. A collection of blog posts, articles, short films & links to inspire and invigorate a more conscious way of life.
It's no secret I'm completely in love with natural homes. And I'll admit, I have been known to take notes from cob making tutorials on YouTube from time to time. There is just something incredibly inspiring and liberating about building your home with your own hands. These natural homesinspired by nature are some wonderful examples.
This farm made my heart sing. I just love seeing people full of joy and doing what they love. And what a fabulous quote, 'the world needs small farmers'. And speaking of farms, here's another one that's invigorating our dream too, the gorgeous Church Farm General Store. Enjoy their little film and interview over at The Vista for a peek into their homespun world in beautiful Billinudgel.
I'm a super novice when it comes to home canning and preserving, but I'm really eager to learn. I found this post a really useful place to start. Do you preserve your produce? I'd love to hear your top tips.
Recently the lovely Bec sent me a copy of Pip Magazine and I just loved it. Being new to permaculture, it's been a wonderful warm and friendly introduction that's got me so inspired.
Ever wondered how your wool ends up in a lovely little ball ready to crochet? Be sure to check out from sheep to skein, so fascinating to read Cinnamon's wooly story.
This blog post left me thinking for days. I really love Erin's blog and there was something so beautiful and raw about her words that really resonated, particularly the line, 'we are more than the sum of our possessions'.
Also this thought provoking post about the truth of fast fashion and another great post by Erin about creating a conscious wardrobe, something I'm also really striving towards.
Over the past few weeks I've loved reading A Staple Store's Instagram notes to my daughter. Such beautiful and powerful messages.
I just love this print, created by the very talented Millie. I often think about the idea of tribes and making those gorgeous connections. I think she's got it spot on.
And I'll leave you with one of my favourites for the week, a tour of Autumn Farm, a special little spot that feels so authentic and inviting, I'd love to pop by for a visit.
Wishing you a beautiful weekend!
PS. Just a little bit of self promotion.. We are having a special giveaway over on our Wilde Asher Instagram. Pop by and enter for your chance to win one of my one off, crochet mandalas and one of my sister's gorgeous art prints. x
PPS. Thank you so much for your sourdough tips! I'm back to my regular baking schedule tomorrow and can't wait to try them out.