Everything you Need to Know About A Seasonal Year

Today, 31st July, is your final chance to enrol on A Seasonal Year if you'd like to complement your learning with our accompanying series of in-person day retreats. And what's more, there are only 3 places remaining for this option.

We're so proud of this course and so passionate about helping brilliant creatives like you to bring your work into alignment with the ebb and flow of the seasons, and we can't wait to get started on this transformative journey with the wonderful students who've already registered.

If you already know you'd like to join us, simply click here to visit our website and sign up. Or to find out more, keep reading because we've put together a bumper blog post to tell you absolutely everything you could ever wish to know!

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Eleanor Holmes
Planning in Alignment with the Natural World

It’s easy to find yourself agreeing with the sentiment of working seasonally, but actually knowing what it looks like in reality can be quite overwhelming. Where do you start? Our approach is to be guided by the Wheel of the Year, an ancient calendar guided by the transition of the sun throughout the seasons.

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Eleanor Holmes
The Seasons of Work and Life

Work-life balance. In our world of pressing deadlines, six figure income goals and round-the-clock connection, these three little words are everywhere. Together they form a phrase that has come to represent the nirvana of the career ladder: a legendary state of being in which all of life’s commitments fall neatly into place; a perfect equilibrium between personal and professional demands. The attainment of this level of harmony is widely acknowledged as the mark of someone who’s Got It Together and, consequently, the question of how to find it has become one of the most commonly asked of our time…but we think it’s all a myth.

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Eleanor Holmes
Working Alongside Nature

There’s a lot of hype at the moment around the concept of ‘slow living’ and how that manifests in our day-to-day lives. Making time to enjoy a cup of coffee. Prioritising the journey over the destination. Opting for simplicity. Slow living looks different for everyone, but what seems to resonate with many people, is the desire to disconnect with technology, and reconnect with the natural world. It’s no surprise, then, that the ‘seasonal living’ movement is also experiencing a surge in popularity.

For Maddy and I, living both slowly and seasonally is the backbone of everything we do, so it was only natural we transitioned this lifestyle to our businesses when we made the leap to self-employment.

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Eleanor Holmes