Monthly Archives: July 2012

In the forests of Sweden

A friend provided me an inspiration for a blend the other week, she has spent many memorable breaks in Sweden and loved the smell of the forests, with their cool, resinous, coniferous aromas.  Having never been to Sweden I simply … Continue reading

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Renaissance Beauty Secrets – Natural Cosmetic Making

If my previous post on the 17th century beauty lecture I attended whetted your appetite, well exciting news… In conjunction with the ‘The Wild, Beautiful and the Damned‘ exhibition and as part of their events programme, I will be at … Continue reading

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Natural Perfumery Workshop in London

… oh and a dance debut! I have been off-radar for a number of weeks, hence the atrocious lack of posts.  Not content with teaching commitments, course-work marking and workshop development, I had also signed up to the ‘Big Dance … Continue reading

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