Do you take your favourite recipes when you go away on holidays? I packed my recipe book when visiting my daughter recently and she found a few new favourites too. Like my Chorizo Bolognese....
Could you go away for a month to the other side of the world, with only carry-on luggage? Can I do it? Is it worth trying?
Beach days are beautiful, even in the middle of winter #SundayStills
Sunshine definitely agrees with me! This month I've been away from home basking in the warm sunshine in Queensland and in the love of family and friends. Read on for more and join in with our link party #2022wotylinkparty
It's been a dream for 18 years and now it's finally happened despite many hiccups along the way! Congrats to all those involved in the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail. This a comprehensive guide to riding the trail.
A very hard story to tell and one that has taken me years to be able to write about. When a school excursion in another country goes horribly wrong and you are only 16 years old.
Wednesdays are amazing and today we're going wordless for #wordlessWednesday with a truly winter sunrise. #wakeupandbeamazingwednesday
Do you feel part of a #blogging community? I know I do & link-ups like Denyse's #lifesstories has been a reason for this. Today is the final link-up offered by Denyse so come join in.
What's on Your Bookshelf is a monthly linkup where we share what we've been reading and other interesting bits and pieces. Come join in #whatsonyourbookshelfchallenge and make sure you tell us what you've been reading. I also saw a fabulous performance of Jane Eyre while in Brisbane and met up with Sue from Women Living Well after 50!
In case you missed it - a look back at my month of May in blogging plus Sunday Stills from Brisbane.
It's time for another A-Z Taking Stock post. I always enjoy these prompts and not thinking too much about the answers, usually going with the first thing that pops into my head. Find out what's been happening, this one has a theme happening.
Making the days count for #SundayStills - a few observations related to numbers while on a road trip.
The great family chocolate crackle bake-off Australia vs England. Which country won, read on to find out.
I learnt a new word this week - fenestration. What does it mean?
My three daughters have birthdays close together. They are all gifts to me and they make me smile with their words. Read on for more and join in with our link party #2022wotylinkparty
Revisiting my 10 Thoughts about Blogging post for #ThrowbackThursday. It's a year ago I was invited to do a talk about blogging at the local library. Of course I blogged about it.
Wednesdays are made to be amazing and today we're going wordless for #wordlessWednesday with some nifty spider webs. #wakeupandbeamazingwednesday
What does refreshing mean to you? I've included a few of my favourite things - tea, autumn colours, the beach and a bike ride #SundayStills
What's on Your Bookshelf is a monthly linkup where we share what we've been reading and other interesting bits and pieces. Come join in #whatsonyourbookshelfchallenge and make sure you tell us what you've been reading.
Wednesdays are made to be amazing and today we're going wordless for #wordlessWednesday with a foxy quilt from years gone by! #wakeupandbeamazingwednesday
The smell of the earth after rain is called petrichor. Sharing some memories and thoughts on Monday for #SundayStills
Why is it that we sometimes find it hard to celebrate our achievements? Are we scared of being called a show-off?