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Oil Pulling

I drink loads of Tea during the day – it’s my one weakness (!) There is very little in this world that cannot be sorted out over a cuppa. The downside is that my teeth get stained by the tannins in the Tea and as a Public Speaker for Natural beauty this creates an image [...]

By | 2017-02-11T09:14:55+00:00 June 26th, 2015|Physical Oceans, Recipes inspired by the Oceans|Comments Off on Oil Pulling

Fresh Lavender Water – and it is homemade!

I am so inspired by the fresh green plant shoots that appear  at the beginning of Summer here in the UK that I decided to try something I've always wanted to do...to make a hydrosol - a flower water. The production process to extract essential oils from plants normally requires a Still of some description. [...]

By | 2017-02-11T09:14:55+00:00 June 26th, 2015|Mermaid Garden, Physical Oceans, Recipes inspired by the Oceans|Comments Off on Fresh Lavender Water – and it is homemade!

Do you speak the language of Love?

  It turns out there really is a language for love. Have you considered sharing your personal love language with those you love? It would appear that thanks to the work of Dr Gary Chapman there really is a way of ensuring that you can find out what each person in a relationship values the [...]

By | 2017-02-11T09:14:56+00:00 March 23rd, 2015|Inner Oceans, Physical Oceans, Recommend Professionals, Reflections of a Mermaid|Comments Off on Do you speak the language of Love?

Treasure Chest Molly Cake

What a joy, I can have my cake and eat it!  This is my adaptation of a vegan Molly cake. I’m not a vegan but I discovered this glorious cake when I needed to find an alternative to the normal overly rich Christmas Cake. This delicious cake doesn’t load on empty calories or cholesterol, it [...]

By | 2017-02-11T09:14:57+00:00 December 3rd, 2014|Inner Oceans, Physical Oceans, Recipes inspired by the Oceans|Comments Off on Treasure Chest Molly Cake

A deep longing for Things I have Loved

I am a collector by nature, squirreling away a plethora of interesting finds. I am now starting a collection of what I consider to be my best words and phrases, a personal dictionary if you like,  of the most precious words and phrases that I have a deep resonating connection with, gorgeous specimens  like glisten,  [...]

By | 2017-02-11T09:14:57+00:00 November 25th, 2014|Physical Oceans, Reflections of a Mermaid|Comments Off on A deep longing for Things I have Loved

…and the Fish ran away with the spoon!

One of my favourite dives underwater was when I was  on a particular photographic safari during my PADI underwater photography course. The Clown fish were not interested in the Spoon at all Our  mentor, a fantastic teacher called Maria Munn, had suggested we borrow a dessert spoon from the hotel restaurant and take [...]