Well, here we are again! The Winter Solstice is upon us, encouraging us to cozy up – whether we have snow falling or sunshine! In this last Wonder Wednesday of the year, I offer you a few ideas for getting cozy, celebrating, and making your own Spiced Solstice drink – right from the tropics to warm
The Winter Solstice is next week, December 21 in the northern hemisphere, how will you celebrate? Not sure? Haven’t thought a thing about it? Or don’t even know what I’m talking about? Well, here are 7 fun ways to take a break from the holiday hubbub, and creatively connect with nature – and tomorrow,
Surprise!! Remember how I mentioned a new website was in the works? Well, ta-dah! It’s here & I love it!! A new online home for the new year! Not, that I didn’t love my other website (or the one before that), but as we grow our needs and wants change, and that’s where I am. You
As winter solstice approaches, and we snuggle in and join in the Danish tradition of Hygge, we must have candles!! Last year we made no wax candles, so this year we’re making wax sheet candles to keep that warm glow inspiring us through the longest night and all winter long! Did you see yesterday’s
The dark night of winter solstice is just around the corner! Do you have any traditions for celebrating, or maybe you want to start one! Winter solstice is a great excuse to slow things down (at least for a day) and really take time to connect with nature’s wonders. Winter solstice is the night of
You won’t believe how easy and fun it is to make your own candles to light the longest night of the year! And they make great gifts for all the other December holidays too!! No Wax Winter Solstice Candles Materials: Vegetable shortening Glass canning jars I use the jelly size. You could use any size you like, even
The days sure are getting short since the Winter Solstice is only 26 days a way! Have you been enjoying the increased darkness? I like to celebrate and appreciate the short day of Winter Solstice time as much as I do the long day of the Summer Solstice. There is just something so cozy about the
Winter solstice is a fun holiday to celebrate outdoors and a great way to really appreciate winter in its fullest. It is also an excellent way to escape all the crazy santa chaos that envelopes the month of December and focus on the beauty of winter nature. This year it is on the night of December 21st.