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How to Light Your Home

How to Light Your Home We are heading towards the longest day of the year. A time when we benefit from the longest hours of natural light. However, I’m still feeling deprived of bright sunlight. I can’t change that, but I have created a sense of warmth with interior lighting. So, I thought I’d share…

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Why Use Teapots For Your Brew?
04 Apr

Why Use Teapots For Your Brew?

Why Use Teapots For Your Brew? If you’ve visited a Holy Cow Tea tasting at a local artisan market or event, you’ll know that I use small, glass teapots to brew. To me, these add to the sensory experience. With glass teapots, you see the colour variations. This, combined with smelling the aromas and sampling…

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Best View in the House
23 Nov

Best View in the House

At 5pm on Sunday, I was standing on top of an elephant in Aylesbury Market Square. This incredible, mechanical animal provided me with the best view in the house. I know it sounds like a fantastical dream, but this was reality! The elephant and fire dancers, surrounded by hundreds of people holding illuminated paper lanterns,…

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Ready for a Celebration?
02 Nov

Ready for a Celebration?

Anyone who knows me is well aware that I love bringing people together. Well, the biggest event on the Hindu calendar is Diwali and it’s happening this month! This important festival centres around getting together with friends and family for a joyous celebration. That is why I’ve been organising a community Festival of Lights in…

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The Season of Change at Holy Cow
02 Nov

The Season of Change at Holy Cow

The Season of Change at Holy Cow Autumn is the season of change and this is certainly the case for Holy Cow Home! Let us update you on our shop, events and future plans. Closing the Doors of our Aylesbury Boutique Holy Cow Home! has had a physical presence in Cambridge Street, Aylesbury for many…

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Warming Tea Tasting for the Weekend
06 Aug

Warming Tea Tasting for the Weekend

Warming Tea Tasting for the Weekend When I booked two outdoor events for the final weekend in July, I had a vision of bright and warm days. However, the British weather did make tea tasting a popular pursuit! The best thing about events is the opportunity to gather people’s feedback on my loose leaf teas….

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5 Steps to Well-being
09 Jul

5 Steps to Well-being

5 Steps to Well-being This month, I am delighted to be taking part in the Oh Shala Festival in South Bucks. This weekend is devoted to well-being and community, with a programme filled with activities that promote creativity, activity, relaxation and exploration. With this in mind, I’m looking at natural ways in which we can…

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Crowning Jewels
02 May

Crowning Jewels

Crowning Jewels Irrespective of whether you are a royalist, or not, the King’s Coronation is a chance to see some impressive jewels. So, in this article, I’ll be exploring the culture, history and symbolism of jewellery. The Royal Collection The Coronation Regalia last left the Tower of London 70 years ago and includes St Edward’s…

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Red: The Colour of New Beginnings
07 Mar

Red: The Colour of New Beginnings

Red: The Colour of New Beginnings As the weather has yet to warm up, it is time to bring some heat with an article focused on red. There are three reasons, for focusing on all things red this month. Firstly, March is the month of Holi, the festival of colour! Secondly, in Hindu, red represents…

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Interior Design: Furniture Statement Pieces
08 Feb

Interior Design: Furniture Statement Pieces

Interior Design: Furniture Statement Pieces A unique item of furniture can provide the ideal statement piece for a home interior, but how do you make it work? Statement Pieces in Interior Design Home interiors should reflect the personality of the homeowners and although interior designers strive for a sense of harmony, a statement piece provides…

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