The Season Of Change

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Autumn

Allow this season to be a chance to nurture yourself and live well.

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AUTUMN is here and it is the season of change; the days are shorter and the nights are much cooler, but it is also a time to appreciate the beauty of change. Autumn is the season of warm, earthy colours; think burnt ambers, dark greens and deep burgundy. Pressing the pause button on our forever hectic lives is so important. Not only for your body, but also for your mind. Adding a creative approach to the home we can easily create a calming environment. Follow our tips of the ‘3 C’s’ for looking after yourself and living well this Autumn and Winter.

 

Cosy

1. There’s no better way than to curl up on the sofa at the end of a long day in your favourite pyjamas. Why not treat yourself to one of our cosy handmade blankets from Weaver Green featuring beautiful Scandinavian designs. We like to keep our blanket at the end of the sofa so it is in reach and ready to pull over us on chilly evenings.

2. Lighting a candle is another way of creating a warm and welcoming cosy atmosphere in the home. During the darker months, scented candles are by far our favourite home accessory. Browse through our soy scented candles to find yourself an alluring aroma and to create a soft warm glow. All of candles are the perfect size to sit on a coffee table, shelf or windowsill and will the make the perfect gift.

Calm

1. Take time out to run yourself a hot bath and soak whilst listening to your favourite playlist or podcast. Not only does this benefit the body, but will also benefit the mind; allowing you to wind down and just switch off from your hectic lives.

2. We also like to turn off our electronic screens one hour before bed time, this helps us fall asleep quicker and be ‘brighter eyed’ in the morning.

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Create

1. Don’t let the cooler temperatures stop you from going outdoors. Embracing the change in nature by picking some fresh flowers, styling them with branches from a woodland or greenery from your garden. You don’t have to spend a fortune to create an eye-catching display!