I'm working on a new project - a healthier me! Sharing my delicious frittata recipe, it's become a new favourite. Join me for the monthly #Whatsonyourplateblogchallenge
Into the forest I go for #SundayStills
Into the forest I go for Sunday Stills .
What’s on my plate – using leftovers
It's time to join blogging friends with a What's on Your Plate foodie challenge post. I'm not known as a foodie but I do cook and today I'm sharing how I used some leftover pastry.
What’s on my plate for breakfast?
It's time to join blogging friends with a What's on Your Plate foodie challenge. No I'm not a foodie but I do cook sometimes and I'm sharing a yummy breakfast.
Self care in a virtual world for #lifethisweek
Sharing some thoughts on the prompt of Self Care for #lifethisweek. Cycling the world from around my local neighbourhood.
Where’s your happy place?
Where's your happy place? #SundayStills
Light at the end of the tunnel? – Wordless Wednesday
Let's hope this is the light at the end of the tunnel! Kinda cool for #WordlessWednesday
Shout Out Saturday#9 – self care and sharing
Shout out Saturday is a place for you to share your favourite posts, best blogging buddies, good news stories or something you've read. This week I'm featuring Schitt's Creek and some of those special people who help put me back together.
The wind beneath my tyres – a change of gears!
Stay calm and pedal on. I lycra your wheels. Life behind bars. The fun continues on in this post from a special guest.
A guide to riding the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail – read all about it here!
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.
Riding into Wordless Wednesday
Come for a ride with me, along the newly opened rail trail! #WordlessWednesday
The rail trail opening you have when you’re not having an opening (due to a pandemic)
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.
How are you ageing? – Ageing Well in August # 3
Are you ageing well, do you think? This month it's Ageing Well In August with tips and prompts to help us age and live well. Here's my third weekly wrap-up.
What does being content with your life look like?
How did AA help me through the long hot summer?
My sister’s story in her own words: Living though not loving the reality
Sisterly love Life is full of surprises, ups and downs and curveballs Just before Christmas I remember listening to a podcast with Petrea King, a grief counsellor - it was about having an empty chair at the table at Christmas time and how some D words impact us more around special times of the year, …
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How to focus on what you actually want to achieve
Sizzling at 60 – Meet Sue!
I have enjoyed hosting a few guests on my blog as part of my People of Interest feature where I share interesting people with you my interesting readers. Meet Sue!
What you need to know to cycle the beautiful Hauraki RT for the first time
My husband and I are keen bike riders and Rail Trail enthusiasts and we take every opportunity to get out and about, seeing the countryside while riding our bikes. Our little town has finally started building it's very own Rail Trail and we are heavily involved in the project. In November 2016 we travelled with …
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Running with the Black Cockatoos
You've heard of running with the bulls, well today I went running with the black cockatoos! In Australia black cockatoos indicate rain is on the way but there was hardly a cloud in the sky and it was a very warm 27 degrees celsius at 6pm. It felt so good to be back out there …