The sun is still glowing golden in the sky as the days slowly shorten. The flowers are blooming, the bees are buzzing, and the lazy warm haze of late summer is wrapping us in warmth. It's time for the first harvest, and to reap the rewards of what we've sown this year. Lughnasadh and Lammas are nearing, giving pause to celebrate and express gratitude for the abundance we've been blessed with. One of my favourite ways to honour the turning of wheel is by listening to music that represents the energies of the season, so I've put together a playlist to celebrate the sun and recognise the gradual transition into the honey-hued shade of autumn.



I am now soon to be Mrs Freddie! On the 9th May 2020, he got down on one knee and asked me to be his wife. Of course, I said yes! If you couldn't tell, I'm beyond excited and keen to share our good news with anyone who'll listen. I'm still so surprised that someone as wonderful as Freddie would want to spend forever with someone as ridiculously catastrophic as me!



With the contastant flow of news about coronavirus proving completely unavoidable, it's unsurprising that many of us are feeling anxious. From social media to the local supermarket, everywhere is a reminder of the global pandemic we're currently facing. Death anxiety is pervasive in society on an average day, so being faced with a threat to our health has understandably brought up complex emotions for many.

A Memento Mori piece at Wellcome Collection, London. Memento Mori pieces are artistic reminders of our mortality.