Good morning and happy Sunday! I hope you're all having a wonderful weekend so far. Yesterday was gloomy and miserable and it felt as though Spring had deserted Lincolnshire after tempting us with sunshine late last week. Today I am hopeful that things will improve; there's nothing better than bringing in washing that has dried on the line to a hearty dinner after a day planting in the garden, and all being well that's how I'll be spending today. If it's miserable where you are, or if the duvet is simply too tempting to leave this morning, check out this week's links and explore things to read, eat and do...
Tips on conscious living and how to set yourself some simple living goals. The thoughts on media consumption are particularly enlightening.
Soft, Spring-like images over here.
How to deal with work-related anxiety. Something I am sure many of us can identify with.
I am a little obsessive with magazines. I now want to go and buy lots of new ones after reading this post.
Looking for something sweet but don't have to time to commit to proper baking? Try this super easy apple tart.
Banana, chia seed, cashew butter and cocoa smoothie. Perfect for a post-workout energy boost.
For a lighter dinner or a weekend lunch try this avocado and blush orange salad with miso yoghurt dressing.
Catch up on news of The Lost Carnival and use the clues to solve its mystery. Intrigued? Book tickets here.
If you're looking for a blogging or small business course with a difference, sign up for the free to flourish inner circle for a six month mastermind group for heart-centred businesses.
Book yourself in to learn something new. I've been browsing the exciting range of courses on offer at Trill Farm this week: willow weaving, simple herbal remedies, seasonal beauty and living nutrition to name just a few. Book your place here or be inspired to search for something similar in your area.
Have I missed anything this week? Post a link below if so!
Eleanor is obsessed with stories. She writes for a number of online spaces including This is Your Kingdom, edits Creative Countryside, curates #aseasonalyear and teaches at Chalk House. In addition, she is currently studying for an MA in Creative Non-Fiction Writing. You'll find her roving the fields of the Lincolnshire Wolds or planning her next rural adventure.