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Winter Solstice

On the 21st December, the shortest day meets the longest night.

Winter Solstice is here! The trees are shaking off the last of their leaves and the garden heads into full hibernation mode.

We’re taking inspiration from the nature around us and easing into this reflective time with as many home comforts as possible.

We’ve been welcoming the winter months with open hearts and warming fires. We’re preserving food, organising the pantry and ensuring we’ve got all the nutrients we’ll need for the next few months.

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No need to fear the darkness and cold!

What a wonderful opportunity to rest deeply and look within ourselves at all we’ve managed to overcome this year.

With hemp seeds scattered all over our Yuletide feasts, we give thanks to the harvests of the past few months.

Whether we see our loved ones online or around the table, we feel the presence of those around us and send them love, warmth and light.

We are letting go of 2020 with gratitude for its many, many lessons and look forward to 2021!

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