Books by Catherine Green
Blogs I Follow
Top Posts & Pages
- Twinings New Year Sale
- A Gentle Celebration for Imbolc
- Fancy Dress Fun for Summer Holidays
- Be Guided by the Tower #365DaysofTarot
- #AtoZChallenge – Day 19 – Simon Bunce and Sally Frost
- Searching for Hope during Lockdown
- Living with Chronic Pain: How reiki saved my sanity
- The Time has Come for #NaNoWriMo 2016!
- Win Your FREE Ticket!
- Happy Birthday, Daughter!
Tag Archives: pagan mother
I am beginning to feel very anxious and more than a little stressed about the fact that my younger daughter refuses to potty train. I have been trying to persuade her for around eighteen months now, to no avail. She … Continue reading
I feel a deep connection with my Celtic heritage, and through years of meditation practice and communing with kindred spirits, I accept the way I feel when I see traditional Celtic symbols and designs on jewellery and soft furnishings. These … Continue reading
I might have mentioned previously that this month is National Novel Writing Month, or #NaNoWriMo. I have signed up to the challenge and am currently 25k words into my 50k wordcount challenge. I have done this almost every November since … Continue reading
Ah, the delights of the season! Our house is descending into even more of a mess as my children and dog trample muddy leaves across the carpets, and our pushchair just looks grotty. There are some things that you don’t … Continue reading
My girls love to dance. I do too, and so when I received this invitation from Britmums and #FrubesMoves to join in the blogging challenge, I danced at the offer (see what I did there?!) Now, my dancing is questionable … Continue reading
Hey folks, you know what time of year it is? Almost time for Halloween! I am feeling increasingly excited as the veil thins between our worlds, and I want to share something very special with all of you lovely readers. … Continue reading
This week heralds the start of a brand new school year for us. My daughter has moved up into Year 1, and her younger sister returns for her second year at preschool. The school run has proved to be rather … Continue reading