Monica Lewinsky’s Ted Talk on Shame, Cyberbullying and Compassion, Reminds us to Spring Clean our beliefs and fill that space with beauty. We choose flowers as one gentle way to make a difference between how we feel!

Beloved Flower Lover,

We have a shared interest with you… Who is in whose gang? This thought was prompted by Monica Lewinsky…well we pondered as we were playing with colours on the colour wheel.

Monica is helping so many to make the unseen, seen, To educate us all about respecting a side of us that we sometimes want to hang onto. We really had a spring clean of our thoughts. To re-consider our power. Power to re-write our story. Hey, we might be in the same position as Monica.

We wonder how we can access female power and use that female power as a complement, rather than as an embarrassment? How to heal naive female power as men lust for its young beauty? Just a few spring questions that were prompted by Monica’s Ted talk and knowing we are in Spring Time. We utilise and spin our power in different ways.

Experience and love despite what has or had happened provides us with wisdom. So what does this all teach us?


Our minds are open!



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Be kind, despite our ups and downs…and sometimes we just need to be reminded…send or give flowers to yourself or others.



The Team,


The London Flower Lover

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Welcome to The London Flower Lover. We are florists who create floral collections to tell your real life story. With colour and texture, we take floristry into an entirely new direction based on the challenges and joys of your life. Offering what we call 'heart based floristry' we use style, fashion, and life situations and merge them with heart based lifestyle support. This inspiring blend creates so much more for those who love flowers. Using flowers in the traditional way of course, but always using flowers to open up a floralicious conversation about relationships of all kinds. We are a sort of work in progress of compassionately confirming how we are already on the inside, the love we want to see out in the world. That is mission of The London Flower Lover. So saying yes to recognising that is at the heart of this blog and using flowers to honour that inner world is how we use the beauty of giving and receiving flowers. This blog is your blog. It's as much about cultivating your heart, as it is about enjoying the physical beauty of flowers. It offers story, poems and video to reflect the life you actually live whilst showing beautifully inspiring collections of flower designs. Hand-tied bouquets, arrangements and more. All this with sought after tips from well established experts on how to keep a happy heart. This is what makes The London Flower Lover unique and magical. Yes, and that's how we make the difference that we do. When life looks, feels, or sounds challenging, we offer a sanctuary that you may dip into. A well of refreshment and strength that you may draw from. Sharing what others have found to be successful ways of being happy in the face of challenges, whilst letting flowers do the talking when we have no other way to interpret what is going on. Use flowers to help you re-discover, reveal and remember how you can still be despite challenges. Use flowers to celebrate and to embody the possibility of your heart felt desire, fulfilled. Use flowers in your life, to remind you of the beauty of your life. Use The London Flower Lover today. We invite you to stay curious in this floral universe as you explore the love in the heart. This is a floralicious world.
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2 Responses to Monica Lewinsky’s Ted Talk on Shame, Cyberbullying and Compassion, Reminds us to Spring Clean our beliefs and fill that space with beauty. We choose flowers as one gentle way to make a difference between how we feel!

  1. It’s important not only to remember to ‘walk a mile in another’s shoes’ before judging her/him but also to keep in mind how very possible it is that we could find ourselves walking in those same shoes at some point whether we choose to or not. We are fragile, flawed, and beautifully ordinary and the world quite unpredictable—if we don’t allow that others can be the same imperfect wonders, why should we expect such understanding for our own imperfections? Thank you for a kindly reminder. Blessings to you!

    • We could not have said it better and the bigger picture is if we blame and shame others then when we are in a situation, we do the same to ourselves!

      Compassion for others benefits ourselves too

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