Journal | Field Notes
The Story: Seeds of Change

With all that's going on in the world, there's never been a more important time to stop, take stock, and be thankful for what we have... and to make sure that we're adding good to the world, not doing it harm.

Read More

Journal | Fieldnotes

  1. Rain, Peat, Hay... the whole gang is back!

    Rain, Peat, Hay... the whole gang is back!

    And....they're back. After a very long wait due to Brexit and shipping (serious eye roll) your favourite Apothecary candles are back on the shelves, but as you know, these bad boys don't hang around...
    Read More
  2. We love to go a-wandering

    We love to go a-wandering

    It's Bank Holiday Weekend. For us this means wandering... whether that's wandering around re-opened shops or wandering in the wild.
    Read More
  3. No fancy shop flowers for us

    No fancy shop flowers for us

    I've never really been a buy-me-a-bunch-of-roses girl. Just give me a bunch of wild weeds and flowers and I'm happy. Cheap date! And in April everything just smells so fresh, green and lush … is it any wonder I'm powerless to walk past?
    Read More
  4. The world is slowly opening...

    The world is slowly opening...

    It's the news we've all been waiting for. Shops, hairdressers and car washes are opening. I think we are more excited about the car wash than anything. Working in the depths in the countryside, mucky cars are par for the course, but we seriously can't wait to be rid of the dirt for a few days...
    Read More
  5. When the world doesn't make sense

    When the world doesn't make sense

    This picture's quote is close to our hearts at FieldDay. Rumi was right; fresh air and fields are good for the soul. Nature is a great leveller when events in the world are outside of our control. And of course, candles help too!
    Read More
  6. What does Easter smell like?

    What does Easter smell like?

    Every Easter Monday, rain hail or shine, we head to the fields at the cottage. We collect wood, build a bonfire and cook sausages on the fire. It's been a family tradition since we were kids, when Aunts, Uncles, Grannies and cousins gathered to celebrate Easter.
    Read More

Items 43 to 48 of 52 total