A basketful of inspiration: February

Welcome to our monthly round-up of some of the things our founder, Tabara, has found most inspiring this month...

An inspiring charity: Bloody Good Period 

I'm always inspired by Bloody Good Period founder, Gabby Edlin, and her resilient team. I feel so proud that we're able to support them here at La Basketry with our re-launched Woven Heart Basket Kit, with 10% of each sale going straight to the charity.

Did you spot Gabby on Channel 4's Steph's Packed Lunch? She was interviewed by the lovely Giovanna Fletcher, who, like Gabby, is also on a personal mission to end period poverty. 

You can watch the inspiring interview above, and if you're able to help, you can sign Bloody Good Period's petition to make period products free in the UK, here, or donate, here

An inspiring listen: The Manifestation Collective podcast by Victoria Jackson

The Manifestation Collective podcast by Victoria Jackson, logo

I've been loving the weekly Monday episodes, and the mini episodes that drop every Friday.

Hosted by Victoria Jackson, a "certified mindset & abundance coach, NLP practitioner, clinical hypnotherapist and master manifestor", it's a fantastic podcast for anyone interested in manifestation and the law of attraction.

Have you listened yet? You can find it here, get ready to turn your dreams into reality!

An inspiring small business: Peach Fuzz Candles

No, they're not fruit! 


Aren't these candles beautiful? I recently ordered a few of these vegan, cruelty free and eco-friendly fruity delights, that are handmade by Anya.

They smell absolutely divine, but I can't bring myself to burn them yet, they're too beautiful!

Check out here website, here. Peachy is right.  

An inspiring watch: David Attenborough, Life in Colour

I can't talk about inspiration without mentioning the brilliant David Attenborough. 


His latest series launched on Sunday, Life in Colour, explores the amazing world of colour in nature. New camera technology allows you to see the different colour spectrums that some animals see in, like polarised and ultra violet light, never before seen by human eyes.

It's fascinating. Watch it via the BBC, here.

What's been inspiring you this month?

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