Dr Edward Bach Flower Essences

Dr Edward Bach Rescue Remedy is sold in chemists, pharmacies and health stores worldwide, endorsed by many for reducing stress and anxiety, aiding sleep… Dr Edward Bach Did you know that its creator – Dr Edward Bach died back in 1936? He was a doctor ahead of his time, who intuited that the energy from flowers could be harnessed, to […]

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Book Reviews: Three Inspirational Memoirs on Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease is difficult to diagnose, hard to treat, often misunderstood, and tragically impacting many lives around the globe. In this post I am featuring three inspirational memoirs on the topic. Cherie Kephart – A Few Minor Adjustments Synopsis Cherie Kephart traveled the world from the remote villages of Central Africa to the majestic coastlines of New Zealand until a […]

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My Donegal Garden – May 2020

My poor plants have endured a long drought and a storm this past month, but happily they are still standing. Views Across The Garden Despite the lack of rain, there has been a huge spurt in growth: In last month’s garden post I focused on Tulips and and shade loving plants. This month includes more information on Aquilegia and Alliums […]

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Spring Garden Break

I am taking a little time out to enjoy the terrific spring weather, catching up on my reading list and pottering in my garden… Back blogging on 20 May. 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 the art of mindfulness and […]

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Donegal – A Place Called Home

Donegal has always felt like home, despite spending the first 45 years of my life in Scotland. It is a heart thing. My childhood summers were spent here in Ireland, at my maternal grandfather’s or grandja’s home, which overlooked Mullaghderg Lake – far away from shops, in days when most people grew their own vegetables, and reared chickens and cows. […]

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