It’s a rare thing for me to be wowed by a cup of tea. More of a coffee person, I’ll have tea when I’m not feeling well or when I think my caffeine level might be a bit too high. So when Josh kept pestering me to try the tea we were served on holiday in Romania I wasn’t bothered at first. Then I had a sip and was begging for the recipe. This post may contain affiliate links. Thank you for your continued support of this site! The recipe

Are you interested in growing your own produce but don’t know where to begin? Some fruits and vegetables are easier to grow than others so are perfect for those just starting out. Avoid getting overwhelmed by keeping it simple and sticking to tasty varieties that give a lot for the least amount of effort. Below is a list of seven of some of the best to grow and tips to get you started! This post may contain affiliate links. Thank you for your continued support of this site! 1. Strawberries

One of the reasons we wanted to visit Romania was to hike through some of the national forests we’d read about in our Lonely Planet guide. These mountainous havens are some of the last places to see large European mammals such as brown bears, red deer, and wolves, and in the case of the Piatra Craiului park it’s also an area where traditional Romanian farming and lifestyle still thrive. See more on this in my last post. This post may contain affiliate links. Thank you for your continued support of

Nearly every person we told that we were traveling to Romania asked “Why Romania?” or warned us to be careful. It’s not a surprise since the country has such a negative reputation in the press. Like most press though, the story is one sided and what we’re not told about is the beauty of the countryside, the hospitality of the people, and the time capsule of traditional living that still thrives in the mountains. This post may contain affiliate links. Thank you for your continued support of this site! For

I’ve just published my second ever newsletter and so far I’m getting a really great response! I’m not sure why haven’t gotten around to it before because it’s such a great way to connect with those of you who already love reading all about Lovely Greens. The newsletter appears in your email inbox every two weeks and is a way for me to say hello and to give you fresh ideas. Each time I share a recap of what has happened at the allotment garden, with my bees, handmade beauty products, and

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