Dandelion Syrup: a recipe for sunshine in a glass

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Dandelions adorn the Irish countryside this time of year. So this week, Traci shares some folk uses of this hardy little plant, as well as her recipe for delicious Dandelion Syrup. [Read more...]

Mí na Bealtaine! the Merry Month of May

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It’s Bealtaine–the beginning of summer! And Traci shares some Irish history and folklore associated with this festive time. [Read more...]

Of Frogs and Flowers – an excerpt from Annie Dillard

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With spring in full swing in Ireland, Traci shares an except from Annie Dillard’s book, ‘Pilgrim at Tinker Creek’ — a tremendously influential book, which helped shape her naturalist outlook and her sense of place. [Read more...]

I’m an Animist: and what that means

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This week, Traci shares what it means to be an animist, and how she lives an animistic worldview in the day-to-day. [Read more...]

Boots Across Ireland: Liosnabroc ringfort {video}

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This week Traci introduces the first video of her new monthly feature, Boots Across Ireland. In it, she takes you on a tour of Liosnabroc– the ringfort next door. [Read more...]

A Little Meander on Culture: or, what one does when the Wi-Fi dies

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Traci introduces a new monthly video feature, in which she shares her sensuous exploration of Ireland. She also reveals her secret identity as a….Whovian! [Read more...]

The Awakening Spring: of light, embodiment, and soliphilia

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This week, Traci writes about the emerging embodiment of Spring and how the Light half of the year beckons us to greater connection with the human-persons we encounter in our urban worlds. [Read more...]


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