Some tea, some knitting and some muffins. It was wonderful.
In all their deliciousness, these are gluten & diary free, vegan and there’s no refined sugar.
Yes really, and you’re welcome 😉
I had them for breakfast every day this week, and though I don’t have a lot of demands at 06.30 in the morning on a commuters train, I was surprised to see they held up very well and stayed fresh for 3-4 days.
I used the last summer carrots from the garden. They didn’t do so well this year. The snails eat most of the seedlings early in the spring, and the new ones I sowed got so much sun and so little rain, there was no winning there. Still, some of them grew, and I enjoyed lots of little snack breaks with the sweet earthy taste.
While harvesting the last carrots, i thought about how this is the second year of gardening and growing vegetables, and how it has thought me so much. Last year I felt loads of pressure to be perfect and get everything right, so by the end of the summer I had no energy or motivation to do anything really.
Come spring this year, I was surprised to learn that lots of last years knowledge had seeped into my body. Quite literally, my hands were so much more capable of handling the seedlings, of knowing a plants condition by touching the leaves, and my mind could now oversee the whole of the seasons much better. It felt less overwhelming, and some days I even felt like i knew what i was doing.
Noticing these changes and being mindful to them has been paramount for me, these past months. It does not only apply to the garden anymore, it became a story about life.
It thought me a lot about opening up to changes in my life, about embracing new rituals and habits, about learning new skills and allowing them to change me for the better. Read More