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IS BALANCE ALWAYS WORTH STRIVING FOR?

Balance, and all the emotions of calm, contentment and centeredness that are so often wrapped up into its definition, has become an aspirational quality many of us pursue as an emotional goal above most others. The virtues of balance are self-evident and its merits apparent. As a counter for today’s hectic world, it is clear why so many of us crave this elusive state. But in spite of all of the obvious benefits of balance, do we ever stop to consider the potential benefits of the opposite? Might there be some merit in occasionally allowing unbalance into our lives?

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ETHICAL PRACTICE AND SUSTAINABILITY

With issues around ethical practices and sustainability increasingly on many people’s minds, we wanted to share a little bit about our own thinking on these issues with regards to our product curation and packaging.

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HOW TO CREATE A HOME WE WILL FEEL CONTENTED IN FOR LONGER

Where to start when redecorating to create a home we will feel contented in for longer
Designing and creating our own space is a wonderful project. But it can also feel like a daunting challenge on a scale beyond many other things we tend to embark on. One of the first challenges many of us will face is simply knowing where to start. To lend a helping hand, we’ve put together a guide of things to consider if you are about to, or are thinking about, renovating or redecorating your home.

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ON BEING PRESENT

INGREDIENTS LDN blog post on being present

Our life is deeply impacted by the quality of the connections we form with others. Meaningful enduring bonds are the cornerstone of thriving for most humans. In current culture, among the most common obstacles to being able to fully connect to other people are the difficult challenges of distraction and self-focus.

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MEDITATIONS ON SLOWNESS AND CULTIVATING A CONTEMPLATIVE PRACTICE

cultivating a contemplative practice

To truly know oneself takes time. To become familiar with the self requires that we are able to sit still enough to discover what moves us most. Slowing down is not just about speed. It is about taking time to become aware, to process what is happening in our lives, how we feel and why. Through actively cultivating a contemplative practice we slowly become familiar with the fabric of our soul. 

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