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Slow Seasons Rosie Steer

Slow Seasons By Rosie Steer

Slow Seasons by Rosie Steer


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Slow Seasons Summary

Slow Seasons: A Creative Guide to Reconnecting with Nature the Celtic Way by Rosie Steer

'A truly beautiful book. Rosie's writing makes me want to close my laptop, step outside, and appreciate the magic that each season brings' Jessica Elliot Dennison In her late-twenties, feeling utterly overwhelmed by the pace of modern city life, Rosie Steer found solace in the traditions she had been brought up with, influenced by her Scottish roots, that celebrated nature and observed the small steady shifts in the seasons. The Celtic Wheel of the year is an ancient seasonal cycle that aligns with solar events - the solstices, equinoxes and their midpoints. For each mini-season, Rosie shares nature notes for what we can look out for as the days get warmer or cooler, the nights longer or shorter, alongside activities, things to make, flowers or fruit to forage, seasonal recipes to enjoy and a modern take on the traditional celebrations. As the Wheel turns towards Samhain on 31st October, we can look forward to foraging apples and berries to make Hedgerow jelly, watching the leaves turn golden, collecting pine cones for a Pine cone garland and celebrating pumpkin season with Pumpkin and root veg chilli and Chocolate cake with pumpkin curd. By slowing down and paying attention to the ebbs and flows of nature, we can find moments of calm whenever we need them.

Slow Seasons Reviews

Slow Seasons is a charming, thoughtful book that brings to life the importance of seasonal reflection. Rosie combines personal insight, craft and ceremony in a direct, approachable way that encourages us all to reconnect with nature across the year -- Mo Wilde, author of The Wilderness Cure
'A truly beautiful book. Rosie's writing makes me want to close my laptop, step outside, and appreciate the magic that each season brings' -- Jessica Elliott Dennison
'A brilliant guide to embracing the wonder of nature, slowing down and celebrating simple everyday joys' -- Willow Crossley
A reflective, inspiring guide to a life lived in harmony with the seasons. It is brimming with fascinating insights into the Celtic Wheel of the Year, as well as tempting recipes and practical projects. Slow Seasons is the perfect read for anyone who wants to connect with the natural world and live more intentionally. I loved Rosie Steer's thoughtful suggestions for weaving together nature and home, and her gift for incorporating celebration and gentle ritual into everyday life. It is a beautiful, heartfelt, comforting book -- Laura Pashby
'A heart-filling book to keep close throughout the year. I love Rosie's pilgrimage through the Celtic wheel of festivals, showing us how to embrace seasonal joys and ancient rituals in our everyday. She shares her secrets for a slower life and encourages us to celebrate and marvel at the little things that shine light, even in the darkest times. A constant companion of wonderful stories, crafts and recipes' -- Lucy Brazier, author of Christmas at River Cottage
Slow Seasons is a joyous invitation to embrace the present, observe the beauty enticed by each seasonal shift and celebrate with Rosie's stunning array of delicious recipes and rituals you'll want to revisit year after year -- Rachel de Thample

About Rosie Steer

Rosie Steer embraced slow-living and found solace in the ancient nature-centric traditions of the Celtic Wheel of the Year after suffering with her mental health. She set up her newsletter and platform on Instagram as a place to track small moments of joy through the seasons and fostered a loyal following in the process. She lives and works in Edinburgh. @everythinglooksrosie

Additional information

GOR013546932
9781526662729
1526662728
Slow Seasons: A Creative Guide to Reconnecting with Nature the Celtic Way by Rosie Steer
Used - Like New
Hardback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
2023-10-12
192
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Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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