A New Project

March 3, 2015

Tend5Cover TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image51 TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image72 TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image86 TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image97 TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image109 TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image125 TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image126 TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image148 TendVol2SpringPages_page184_image172It has been a little over a year since we closed the doors to Rhythm of the Home. That was a tough moment for Bernadette and I, and I remember staring at my computer screen a few days later, a blank “what do I do know” look on my face, when an email came in. It was from Debbie at Tend Magazine, asking if I would like to do some writing for her publication. The writing became a position as the preschool editor, and as of yesterday, my third edition with the magazine has gone live. It has been an easy transition, as Tend is a beautiful publication that is so full to the brim with things that I believe in wholeheartedly.

Tend released their Spring issue on March 1st, and it is a feast for the senses. It is the type of magazine you want to take time out to read, to fully absorb and immerse yourself in. I found myself reading each piece over my coffee this morning, dreaming of small flowers beginning to bloom, while simultaneously wanting to knit up a gorgeous new hat. I don’t know about you, but I crave beauty, order, and peace, and I always find it when a new edition comes out. It leaves me feeling hopeful for the season ahead, and ready to jump in on a new project or creative pursuit.

My contributions to this edition included a springtime yoga routine, a sensory garden box, and a very easy way to play tic tac toe in nature. Tend is a magazine open for contributions, and I would love to see so many of you grace their pages. If you would like to contribute in the preschool category, simply send me an email to preschooleditor@tendmagazine.co.uk. I hope that you will find your way over to Tend, and enjoy all of it’s pages.

Tend has a 20% off sale going on through this week, simply use codeĀ QALV21

Our Spring Focus: TRASHED
Pollution Facts
An Uncomfortable Truth
What Can We Do?
Toxins in Our Home
Make Small Changes
Regrowing Vegetables From Scraps
Storing Food

Parenting
Grey Days and Gratitude

Wholefood and Herbal Health
Versatile Custards
Food For Free
Fermented Foods: Kraut Chips
Freshen Your Home
Deodorant Recipe
DIY Cleaning Recipes
Grow Herbs Indoors
Stock

Home
Celebrating Earth Day

Back the Farm
Teri Page
Education
Insects and Things to Do!
Experiments

Preschool
Indoor/Outdoor Sensory Play
Nature Tic Tac Toe
Spring reading list.
Springtime Yoga

Craft
Beeswax Food Wrap
Jenny Wren Lampshade
Green Your Wardrobe

 

 

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