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Why broken is beautiful

Why broken is beautiful

The ancient Japanese art of Kintsugi is based on the belief that ‘broken is beautiful’. Celebrating flaws and imperfections, it’s a technique where damaged objects are put back together using...

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Facing the future

Facing the future

What lessons will we learn from 2020, I wonder? The year that turned all our lives upside down and forced us all to stop in our tracks. I can’t help thinking about a synergy with another time in my...

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Perfect spring projects

Perfect spring projects

Spring has always been the most popular time to get stuck into projects around the home and garden. This year is rather different for all of us… But perhaps you’re still feeling now is the ideal...

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