Monthly Archives: May 2015

May Reads – BRCS Book Club Review and Discussion

I must say I’ve really enjoyed this story. I did end up guessing the ending but it was still interesting enough that I kept reading (you never know if you’re guessed right until the end!). The character of Cinder was … Continue reading

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June Reads – BRCS Book Club

Wellllllllllll! I’m later then usual this month with choosing a book – to be honest I’m usually so organised I’ve chosen the book a month ahead and organised my post weeks in advance. A huge thanks to Melanie for her … Continue reading

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Sunshine Yellow

Break away from the winter blues by surrounding yourself with some yellow treasures! So bright and happy they make it feel like summer. (Click on any image to view its source)                 Take it … Continue reading

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Getting organised starts in your bag!

A while ago now I put together a post to help busy women save time and money by having an organised handbag. I wanted to revisit this post today for my new readers, and also as a reminder for those … Continue reading

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Did someone say light and fluffy scones?

Freshly baked scones are amazing and nothing smells better for morning tea. Making them couldn’t be easier! You will need: 3 Cups self-raising flour 80 grams of butter (it needs to be soft, room temperature) 1 to 1 and 1/4 … Continue reading

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Alys you’ve done it again!

Some of you will have noticed that I ordered The Edible Garden by Alys Fowler. It arrived in late April and I have devoured the book at least twice. I’m so inspired to grow my own salads this year and … Continue reading

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Crazy fun things to do with your toddler this winter

It might still technically still be Autumn here in Melbourne but when the weather man announces it’s going to reach a top of 11 deg C and there will be snow on the mountains you can be sure Winter is … Continue reading

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A week away

Philip Island May 2015

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Get involved in reading

I’m currently taking a break on Philip Island and can I just say, the colder weather makes it even better. It might have something to do with the smaller crowds, enjoying comfort food or a hot coffee, or even just snuggling … Continue reading

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The ideal day to introduce yourself to Permaculture!

Today, May 3rd, is International Permaculture day! I couldn’t think of a better day to introduce you all to this fascinating style of gardening. I first learnt about it through The Edible Garden series hosted by Alys Fowler. Alys uses … Continue reading

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