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Why Journalling Enhances Your Health, Creativity And Well-Being

Why Journalling Enhances Your Health, Creativity And Well-Being Today I came across a quote by Henry Dobson which will qualify as one of those I’d like to tuck beneath my arm and ponder about as I go. Actually Henry (if he were still around) might be one of those guys you might deliberately avoid for… Read more »

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Finding Our True Calling : Rated PG (Parental Guidance)

Creating a life that reflects your values and satisfies your soul is a rare achievement {Finding Our True Calling : Rated PG (Parental Guidance)}. I know I’ve had a great vacation, though brief, when I woke up yesterday all set to get back to my daily hustle. It feels good to be back at doing… Read more »

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Lyndel Miller – Naked Cakes book review

Lyndel Miller – Naked Cakes book review — The last page of this stylish cake-entertaining book sums it up so aptly. “Every cake deserves a pedestal— it adds a sense of grandeur and occasion”. Naked Cakes author and stylist Lyndel Miller has managed to combine recipes for her swoon-worthy cakes with party tips on adding… Read more »

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Best Australian Authors For Children’s Fiction At Book Week 2016

Best Australian Authors For Children’s Fiction: Since our eldest began attending prep two years ago, Book Week has become one of our favourite annual school events. Where else is there a legitimate occasion to go everywhere dressed up as your favourite character without the need for a costume party invite. I’ve just attended the children’s… Read more »

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Help Save The Artist With La La Land

A brand name like La La Land suggests it could be a conspiracy wielded by the Alice-in-wonderland-believing sort of crowd who are most likely Facebook friends with Peter Pan, their possible neighbour in Never-Never. What In The World? Finding The Rabbit Hole That’s La La Land A brand name like La La Land suggests it… Read more »

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Salted Caramel Cupcakes

While a hearty stew always helps my family eat well at autumn and prosper, salted caramel cupcakes are the cupcakes I bake to get everyone into goodness and step right into the joy of life. Without the fudgey yumminess of the caramel buttercream icing on top, a cupcake is..well, only a cupcake. Along with a… Read more »

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7 Ways To Find Your Creative Mojo

7 Ways To Find Your Creative Mojo When you’re a creative person, finding inspiration everyday comes easily. Or, not? For many of us, whether we’re a stitcher, yarnie, paperist, upcyclist, crafter, writer, musician, artist, sculptor, calligrapher, baker, photographer, stylist or designer—sometimes finding our inspiration goes out the window at times and our soul feels empty… Read more »

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Craft Markets & Events In Brisbane

Fairy nice, we were going to say, but gnome say we didn’t warn you—bring cash only or be disappointed. The last time we were on the prowl for CRAFT MARKETS in Brisbane, we went to check out the tiny Pastel Palace Crafters Market in the hipster ‘burbs of Paddington. Where is it? 285a Given Terrace,… Read more »

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Adults Are Colouring To Save Their Life

Follow my blog with Bloglovin It’s gratifying to get official confirmation that not outgrowing your love for colouring books since four doesn’t mean you’re a crazy person (Mum, are you reading this??) In fact, it could possibly improve your mental and psychiatric health, hence it’s now hailed to be THE new meditation therapy for adults… Read more »

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Asian After Work by Adam Liaw Cookbook Review

Asian After Work by Adam Liaw Cookbook Review with Dragon Wings Recipe Book Review by Kat Ngoi One of the most practical and useable good cookbooks I love (other than Two Asian Kitchens) has to be the other Adam Liaw one, Asian After Work—Simple Food For Everyday. Like Adam wrote, cooking for ourselves shouldn’t be… Read more »