“I’ve always had an interest in a more natural way of living. I grew up with a mother who was an osteopath and later a naturopath and so always tended to rely more on a natural way of healing and preventing illness. We live in a world that’s becoming more riddled with disease and illness and I don’t always think that conventional “Western” medicine looks at the cause. Just a way of treating with drugs. “holistic” means looking at a person as a whole. Mind, body and spirit.
I love to do research into the latest nutritional findings and ways of living a healthy, holistic lifestyle. Through social media I realised there was a lot of useful stuff I was discovering that others didn’t necessarily know. I was getting a lot of interest from related tweets and instagrams and people who were following me began to suggest I started a blog. I have no formal qualifications and I’m not trying to tell people how to live their lives. Just sharing interesting finding and things that I have personally found useful. Having come from a modelling background I’ve always been interested in beauty and fashion and luckily as “holistic” encompasses the “whole” person these can also be relevant to a persons happiness! 😉
I only blog about positive experiences and products that I like. I try to only cover mostly natural beauty products with no nasty chemicals and fashion labels with an ethical background.
If even one person can find something on the blog that they find useful or inspiring or that changes an aspect of their life for the better then I will have done what I set out to do!”
The ‘Georgia‘ dress in our Fluttering Wings print in Evergreen