A month of Work, Rest & Play at Birch Community

It’s been a while since I wrote a blog post,

Lockdown gave me nothing to write about, and then life sped up after it! And well, it’s been a whirlwind of a year hasn’t it?

Back in June, I collaborated with Birch community, a lovely place to work, rest and play in Cheshunt, Herts. They kindly gave me a press membership to explore the grounds and feel like a Birch member so I could tell you about it.

So here are some pics from the month…

I did some yoga, the studio was lovely. Light and bright with mats and towels on hand. I hung out at the Lido, sipped cocktails and also did some work (well kinda). The sun came out in June and I dipped my toes into the pool & pretended I was in Ibiza. I walked around in nature and swung on a hammock. I had lunch at Valeries – freshly made pasta. It was delicious – The end. I had drinks on a Friday at The Zebra Riding Club (you can book this if you’re not a member). That was nice too. I worked on my laptop at ‘The Hub’ & had cups of strong coffee. One day I was so tired I went and just used the sauna, it was just what I needed.

Birch is a feast for the senses. Art, food, nature, exercise. I loved it.

If you’re local, go take a look at the membership options. Its not cheap (around £120 at time of writing) , but I think its worth the money. If you’re not local, book a stay – enjoy the sights and sounds for the weekend. It’s the perfect staycation.

You can head to the Birch community website HERE, and if you have any questions – let me know i’ll be happy to answer them.

Much Love

Tia x

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