Encouragement / 15.09.2018

As you know today is not Thursday, my typical day for blogging. I don’t usually write on a Saturday but today is an exciting day. Dandelion Dust & Honey is 2! For me that’s something worth celebrating and obviously a reason to eat cake.   Many of you have travelled the two years with me, others have only joined recently, whatever the case I thank you for embracing Dandelion Dust & Honey with kindness and love.   I can’t imagine where the next two years will take me, but I look forward...

Encouragement / 23.08.2018

Sorry I haven’t written in a while. It has been for a variety of reasons from being busy to lacking inspiration (past two sentences) to wondering how to blend honesty with hope; to have the rawness yet still have the encouragement for all of you who read. Side note: Thank you to everyone who reads it means a lot. Anyway, I finally have something to write about: fresh starts.   “Tomorrow is always fresh with no mistakes in it” – Anne of Green Gables   Last week was tough as I fought...

Self Love / 26.07.2018

Fun fact about me: as a little girl I loved fairy tales and princesses. My favourite Disney princess was Ariel from the Little Mermaid. I really related to the song ‘A Part of Your World’ because it appealed to my sense of wanting to belong, not to mention she had an amazing singing voice which I wish I had. And to top it off, Ariel got to swim around in the ocean all day long – I would pretend I was a mermaid in the bathtub (ah well)....

Health + Wellbeing / 12.07.2018

This week on the blog I wanted to share something light – hearted and fun. Cooking is one of my favourite hobbies and a tasty one at that! Since it’s the middle of winter and cold outside I thought I would share four cosy winter dishes that are among my favourites. Beef and vegetable soup This is my grandma’s recipe that she passed down to my Mum so I guess you could call it a family heirloom. 500gr lamb or beef ¾ cup barley Salt Cover with water   Put lid on and cook slowly for 2+...

Encouragement / 21.06.2018

When I wrote Try Again I was terrified that I would fail the second I started studying. That my future plans would shatter the minute I started chasing them. Yet despite fear gripping my heart I waited for my workbook to arrive in the mail. It did. And the most surprising thing? The fear melted away to excitement. Yes you read correctly, I, Cathryn Harrison, of all people are now excited to learn about financial calculations! The subject of maths and I have a rocky relationship since the very...