A podcast that discusses slow intentional living and explores alternative paths to achieving a happy home and sustainable lifestyle. I will bring you practical advice and facinating interviews with a wide variety of people who have fully embraced a different lifestyle or career path.
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In this episode I will talk about how you can navigate the season with joy and ease and at no point do I give you a list about what to cook and when. Why? Because Christmas shouldn't look the same for everyone. I look at how we can look at our intent... more
Today I look at how we gain comfort and joy. From the practical to the non tangible but life giving tasks we can give others as well as ourselves. I do my very best impression of Ben Affleck (I am lying I didn't try). I also promise you lots of links... more
Welcome to episode 1 of my Chrismas specials more
Love the honesty that Nicolette has about her life. Really interesting for those of us who are interested in living life with a more holistic and slower approach, but aren’t necessarily ‘airy fairy’ as my husband would say! @alex_bettertogether
I found this podcast through @hannahnunnstudio on Instagram. Really enjoyable listen to two friends chatting, but also really inspiring. I, too, am trying to make my dream career come true through an unconventional route. And, I’m nearing my 50th birthday! Thank you for telling everybody that it IS possible 👍🏼
Stumbled upon this by chance and it is now my new favourite. I listen to a lot of podcasts and have found them filled with in jokes so this is so refreshing. Nicolette has a great voice really friendly, love to hear a northern accent. Every episode so far has been filled with actionable advice. Best part of my Sunday
Loved this episode / all sage advise / I listen to a lot of podcasts to relax, and this one’s a new favourite discovery!
I’m really pleased to have discovered this podcast. Lovely to have on in the studio while I’m working, alongside a brew and a biscuit of course. Already looking forward to the next episodes.
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Brew & A Biscuit launched 10 months ago and published 15 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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