I am a queer writer, body worker and textile artist based in Scotland. My work aims to support people in navigating transitions and loss, in grounding into themselves and in finding simple pleasure. Making space for both grief and joy is really important to me.
The Daydreaming Wolves podcast is a mix of interviews on creativity and healing modalities that feel good as well as solo episodes and how to guides full of everyday magic. It’s for folks who feel that healing is political and enjoy softness, honesty and big questions.
I also run a web design and tech agency named Yarrow Digital that supports small businesses in building heartfelt, sustainable online platforms as well as the DIY Small Business Community because I know in my heart that we can’t do it alone.
A heads up:
I am not on social media anymore because I want to focus on creating indy media like my podcasts and zines. This means I have more energy to nurture my communities and make cool things for you!
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The daydreaming Wolves Podcast
Hey beloved listeners, I am sorry there has been a little break and I am really excited to be back with another episode in this wild gemini full moon week! I felt very luck to get to speak to Virginia Rosenberg, whose work I first came across after taking a Qoya class...
Hey everyone, I am happy to send you another episode from cozy, rainy Scotland today. I spoke to Ash Alberg, whose work I had been admiring on instagram for years. Their work is so beautiful, tactile and deeply meaningful and I am so glad I got to spend some time with...
Hey loved ones, this solo episode is pretty much what it says on the tin: an exploration of why I am training as a death doula as an extension of the grief celebrant training I am doing, some thoughts about death, loss and grief and how all this actually makes me feel...
“The doors to the wild self are few but precious. If you have a deep scar, that is a door, if you have an old, old story, that is a door. If you love the sky and the water so much you almost cannot bear it, that is a door. If you yearn for a deeper life, a full life, a sane life, that is a door.”
– Clarissa Pinkola Estès