A COLLECTION OF STORIES AND ADVENTURES, BY EMILY FREDA.

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HOMEMADE GIFTS

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When I think back to Christmas as a child it was like I was wrapped up inside a little snow-globe, in my own festive bubble waiting for the first flakes to fall and for night-time to come. However, as H and I have grown older we’ve found ourselves in that awkward phase where we’re not children anymore read more

INTRODUCING HOME + ROAM

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Home is more than just four walls, it’s the place in which you chose to dwell, retreat and reside. Home sits in the centre as life sprawls around it, reaching from fire to field, duvet to deli or wherever you feel happiest. This little radius, where the home merges with the land, we like to call ‘roam’.

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YORKSHIRE WITH ME & ORLA

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“Don’t shatter the illusion!”, was one of the last things Sara said to us before we left her cosy cottage in Yorkshire and boarded our train back to London. Luckily there’s no ‘illusion to shatter’ as our few days in Yorkshire were some of the loveliest we’ve ever had.

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THE OLIVE HARVEST RETREAT

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Sometime an experience is so serene it’s indescribable: That’s when blogging gets difficult. A few weeks ago we we’re invited to Umbria for a weekend-sized window into life on a sustainable olive farm. The time we had was set aside for small group of bloggers to have snippet of slow living, and by the end of it none of us wanted to leave. 

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WILD WANDERINGS

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It’s been one of those difficult weeks where nothing was specifically wrong and yet everything felt off balance. I don’t know if anyone else finds this, but for me anxiety creeps up like mist in the morning, clinging to everything in sight, making you feel trapped and blind to the multitude of things that could be about to hit you in the face- rain, sleet, a truck!… read more

A HERBAL REMEDY

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The ancient art of curing ailments, otherwise known as herbalism, is something I knew nothing about until a few weeks ago when I started ‘A Beginners Guide To Herbalism’ at the Mary Ward Centre in Bloomsbury. I’m now in my third week and know just a little bit more than nothing, so I’d love to start sharing a few of the helpful, healing things I’ve learnt.

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