A monthly membership for those who seek to live more slowly & seasonally… 

If you’ve found this page, chances are you’re the sort of person who thrives in the natural world. You might smile when you see the first snowdrop, look skyward in a warm rain shower, or find a walk in the woods is the best tonic. Maybe you enjoy seasonal feasts around campfires, or I’ll find you scribbling ideas and pressing flowers in a notebook. You might love all these things.

But how often do you find that life gets in the way of these small moments? That another week has gone by and you haven’t been for a walk? That the crocuses have been and gone, and you’ve not really noticed? It’s so incredibly easy to get caught in the cycle of the everyday, especially when your to-do list is as long as your arm, there are hundreds of unanswered emails in your inbox, and slowing things down seems like the opposite of what you should be doing.

What if I told you that following the rhythm and seasons of the natural world can make you more productive, joyful, and fulfilled? That slow living does not always mean a slow speed (thank you Carl Honore for that reminder). And that you’re not alone in believing, or hoping, that this is all possible.

After years spent feeling like I was the only one who wanted to plan and live aligned with the seasons, I discovered that actually there are so many others out there who want to go through this process of reconnecting and rewilding, but they just don’t know where to start, or they’ve come so far, only to feel like they’re stuck again. Sound familiar?

The membership community sets out to provide inspiration and opportunities to live in this way, to return to ancient rhythms and traditions and let nature be your guide. It’s what I wished for when I first set out on my journey to slow and seasonal living all those years ago. The community is your daily reminder that there is another way. And more than anything, it offers a place for you to belong.

The membership community is moving! We’re relaunching September 1st over at folk + Field - find out more here.