I am such a kimchi addict! I love it more than any other ferment and although not exactly as straight forward as a simple sauerkraut it is certainly not challenging to make. Whenever possible I love to include wild ingredients in my creations and kimchi is no different, remember – the more wild you eat, […]Read More Wild Kimchi Recipe
“When you begin to recognise the intelligence in nature and our invisible connection to it, you realise that you are never alone. Life and spirit flows through all things, but first you must lift the veil of illusion that has kept you from seeing, feeling and knowing for so long. Switching back on, tuning back […]Read More Rewild your Christmas!
There has been many a time I have stood in a place of nature and been awestruck by the beauty of my surroundings. In such moments nature has a way of instilling humility. Time and again my problems and concerns have faded to nothing as I feel the vibrant energy of the place sweeping through […]Read More How Fresh Air Can Cure The Blues…
So here we are, another new year, with plenty of good intentions, resolutions even. What are you planning for the coming year? What would you like to change in your life right now? After a fortnight of family time, parties with friends, meals out, treats and drinks I for one intend to eat a bit […]Read More New Year, New You!!
The teaching year for me is almost at an end after a flurry of workshops that has been ongoing since the beginning of September. Next Tuesday evening is the final installment of a four part series and then I am done for 2015. For that reason the workshop page on my website is looking a little empty for […]Read More Sacred Ecology: A Rewilding Apprenticeship
Let me qualify the title of this post, or perhaps just add “in moderation”! I don’t love it when it rains for days on end, when the sky is battleship grey and everything is damp, in that sense I am the same as most other people. However, every now and then, I do so love a […]Read More Why I Love Rain
I wrote the following last autumn during the closing stages of finishing the text for my latest book (Rewild Yourself: Becoming Nature 😉 ). I had been sat inside writing, concentrating, for so long that I was in danger of forgetting that which drove me, that which I was writing about in the first place. So I went […]Read More Pause To Remember Your Wild Heart