Welcome to Seeds and Stitches. I am Hannah Bullivant, a passionate mother, feminist, interiors lover and nature lover.
After living in London for 10 years, Me, my husband Dave (a clever director) and our now 4 year old Frankie-Rose moved from Brockley, London to Faversham, Kent. My dream with this little corner of the internet is to be able to share the ways we are trying to live more seasonally as a family. I am documenting my journey from fun, slightly chaotic, London to living, to a slower, wilder life that is far more connected to mother nature, and whats most important to our family. To me, "living seasonally" means being connected to whats happening outside, in the earth and in each season, it means being mindful and embracing the now, it means not wishing the present away or longing for the past, and it also means making efforts to live lightly on this lovely earth of ours.
For my day job I am an events and interiors stylist and freelance writer with published work in The Guardian, Homes & Antiques, Mollie Makes magazine, and many more. See more of my work here.
About Seeds and Stitches
Seeds and Stitches is a lifestyle blog about my love of soulful interiors, living creatively and celebrating the seasons. I hope to foster a space that celebrates slow living, embraces adventure and espouses the benefits of being grounded in the seasons. I'll share snippets of my family life, my feminism, inspirational interiors and our seasonal celebrations.
Why celebrate the seasons?
Not only is it fun to find things to celebrate, aside from Birthdays and Christmas, it is also good- and necessary- for us to be more aligned with what’s happening in nature; to eat seasonally, to be sympathetic to our natural environment, to look after the birds. Crafting, preparing and enjoying these seasonal celebrations is often precious family time, and helps children to learn about mother nature and appreciating and looking after the planet. Celebrating Mayday or mid-summer or Autumn helps us to notice and appreciate the quiet little things that are all around us all the time. It helps us to be present, mindful and thankful. It also brings a bit of magic to our kids’ childhood, and, to be honest, to our adulthoods too.
Work with me
If you want to work with my blog, want to say hi, give feedback or give me a virtual high 5 (cheers!) , then you can get me over at hannah at seedsandstitches.com
If you're interested in hiring me to style your products or events, please contact me directly at hpbullivant at gmail.com