I’d been looking for somewhere to run a singing weekend to re-connect people with the natural environment and each other, and I knew as soon as I arrived at Hazel Hill Wood that it was absolutely perfect. There’s something quite magical about the space and the energy that hits you as soon as you arrive.Continue Reading Singing under the stars
Written by Isobel Jacobs Silly songs and marshmallows on an open fire, under an arc of ancient trees; a small brown frog passed gently from hand to small hand; wheelbarrow races through leaves. These are moments that many city parents yearn for their children. I certainly have for my curious, happy six-year-old daughter, Aphra. KidsContinue Reading Kids in the Wood @HHW: saunter, stumble, climb, explore, trip and get messy
As we approach September, you may be going back to a regular job, or not. Either scenario may leave you happy or blue. August seems a good time to reflect on how work fits into your life. I observe people talking a lot about work, but in a very selective way. They talk about whatContinue Reading Back to Work: Drag or Delight? Find yourself or lose yourself in the daily task
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