Moving Forward (again)

I think I’ve used this title before, at various points in this blog’s (actually rather long) history. Usually it’s a conscious decision to leave something…

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Slow Food – Bush Tucker

When I’m asked for an example of an Australian dish, I’m always a little stumped. Most of the things we think of as Australian staples…

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Minimalism vs Tech: To-Do Lists

There’s nothing that wastes time quite like exploring apps for getting things done. Everyone has their own take on what makes a great to-do list,…

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Learning Pottery

As I’ve been mentioning in my Head & Heart posts lately, I recently completed a six session pottery course at TAFE, along with my mum!…

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Minimalism vs. Tech

When most people think of minimalism, the Slow movement or living more simply, they tend to picture the life of an ascetic – living somewhere remote,…

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Head & Heart – September 2015

Catching up on September, which feels like a long time ago now! Let’s dive in. “A monthly capture of my feelings and doings, in the…

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Weddings and Things

The past few weeks have been full of weddings and wedding-related things, which combined with patchy internet access has meant very little blogging. Things have…

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Head & Heart – August 2015

It’s hard to believe that I’ve been doing these Head & Heart posts for over a year now – my first one was in May…

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Making Peanut Butter

I had an inkling that peanut butter was easy to make, but I didn’t realise just how easy. As it tends to be the toast condiment…

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Head & Heart – July 2015

I was determined to get in early for this month’s Head & Heart post, even though I’ve only just done the June one! July is…

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