Welcome, and thank you for visiting. I want to inspire you to experience more joy, peace and love in your life by living more intentionally and connecting with nature and creativity. I’m a gardener and writer based in leafy Hertfordshire, UK, and contact with creation is how I define everything that’s most important to me. You don’t need to know my name: by reading my blog you’ll learn all about me in no time.
CONTACT WITH CREATION – WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
If you want more out of life, this blog is for you. If you’re not sure what the point of it all is, this blog is for you. If you feel aimless, powerless, and drifting – if you ever feel like you’re sleepwalking through life, or settling for less than you deserve, or letting others choose your direction because you’ve been too busy or lazy or distracted to notice – this blog is for you.
I spent too long blindly letting life lead me from one thing to the next. It didn’t take me anywhere bad (mostly) but it wasn’t fulfilling either. Then in late 2017 I woke up, started getting to know myself better, and began my intentional living journey.
It’s not always an easy journey. I have to question more, hold myself more accountable, and sometimes work harder. Other things still get in the way sometimes. Life still makes decisions for me now and then. But step by step, I’m carving out a better life, much closer to the one that I’d choose. And this blog is one of those steps, so I’m really glad you’re here.
My promise to you is unique, no-nonsense content packed with inspiration, joy, wisdom and valuable guidance that has already improved my own life. My promise to you is no fluff and filler, no product links I don’t 100% love, and no overloading your inbox.
Want to join me on this journey? Sign up below and I’ll email you monthly with a little update on what I’ve been up to and the month’s blog links, so you never miss a thing. You’ll also get a free printable ’40 Days To Get In Contact With Creation’ challenge, to inject a little more joy and connection into your life right away.
Now, what can I help you with?