Carrickfin Beach – Calm after Storm Callum

Carrickfin Beach with Arranmore Island in the distance Carrickfin Beach beckoned me on Sunday, as calm, sunny weather made a very welcome reappearance after Storm Callum. The beach is rarely busy, despite its obvious beauty: The sky remained reflected on the tide, as I neared the North end of the beach: I traveled past rocks … More Carrickfin Beach – Calm after Storm Callum

Self Care Staycation

I have been posting throughout September on Self Care. Heeding my own advice, I am going on staycation and will be back blogging on 17 October. Brigid P. Gallagher is a retired natural medicines therapist, passionate organic gardener and author of “Watching the Daisies- Life lessons on the Importance of Slow,” a holistic memoir dedicated to … More Self Care Staycation

New Beginnings

If you were inspired to clear out clutter after my post Letting Go of Clutter, you may find this post helpful for the next stage of your healing journey. Your front door is the entrance for positive energy or CHI into your home. Imagine you are seeing it for the first time. What impression does it give ? … More New Beginnings

The Angel Healing Room

The Angel Healing Room is one of my favourite creative visualizations. I am re-blogging it today for Self Care September.  You will need to set aside around 30 minutes, with no interruptions from people, pets, mobile phones… Sit or lie in a comfortable position, Close your eyes, Set an intention for your healing needs to be … More The Angel Healing Room

Dr Bach Flower Essences to the Rescue

“Dr Bach Flower Essences to the Rescue” is another re-blog for “Self Care September.”  Dr Bach Rescue Remedy is sold in high street chemists and health stores worldwide, endorsed by many for reducing stress and anxiety, aiding sleep, exam nerves … But, did you know that its creator – Dr Edward Bach died back in 1936? He was a doctor … More Dr Bach Flower Essences to the Rescue