30 day decluttering challenge

I think it is safe to say that lockdown will remain until the end of April after the Australian Government ramped it up again and imposed stronger restrictions on our day to day lives. So I decided to put together a little tracker for myself and will complete a 30 day decluttering challenge during April… Continue reading 30 day decluttering challenge


Finding routine when working from home

One may think it is easy working from home but as some of my friends are quickly finding out, it isn't all it is cracked up to be. They joke I have it easy as I work in the office for first half of morning, then I work from home for rest of day. Sure… Continue reading Finding routine when working from home


Cancer Council March Charge update – At the halfway point

If there is one thing I have learnt very quickly with this walking challenge is that when one works in an office and spends a lot of time in front of a computer, you hardly walk at all. In the first week of this challenge I was pretty sore from pushing myself to even make… Continue reading Cancer Council March Charge update – At the halfway point

adventure, Travelling Through Wonderland

Sunday Funday: Lunch in Cronulla, March Charge begins and Autumn has arrived

What a day! Sunday kicked off with a drive out to Cronulla where one of my friends, Rozanne, lives with her daughter. The 3 of us caught up for lunch at a great little cafe called Anna's Bookshop which was so cute. The menus were old Golden Books that were repurposed. The big kid in… Continue reading Sunday Funday: Lunch in Cronulla, March Charge begins and Autumn has arrived

lifestyle, Travelling Through Wonderland

Morning people are the worst- My night routine

It is nearly midnight and I am cleaning and decluttering my house. Why? Because I do my best work at night, not at some unholy hour in the morning. Morning people are the worst and I am tired of reading blogs and watching You Tubers talk about the benefits of getting up at 5am to… Continue reading Morning people are the worst- My night routine


British media’s abuse towards Meghan Markle

I'm a big fan of Meghan Markle and what she has accomplished in her lifetime, before and after her marriage to Prince Harry. She is a woman who knows who she is, what is important to her and strives to achieve her goals and make the world a better place. The media loved her when… Continue reading British media’s abuse towards Meghan Markle

Travelling Through Wonderland

Get to know me – 36 facts

I was born in 1984 in Orange, NSW, AustraliaI have one sibling, my brother who is 5 years younger than meI'm a qualified motorcycle mechanic and no longer work in industryI played roller derby from 2010 to 2013 and represented Australia twice at RollerCon in Las Vegas. I have a tortie cat called Starbuck, named… Continue reading Get to know me – 36 facts

Self Development

When I get older

I spent this fine Sunday morning out driving around the local region and visiting some shops of interest. I was thinking and laughing to myself at how growing up and thinking how lame it was that 'older people' did this. I thought about how I've changed, and for the better, so I put together a… Continue reading When I get older


Australia Day Parade

Last weekend we celebrated our National holiday, Australia Day on January 26th. I visited the local town of Camden where I watched the parade down the main street Argyle Street. Here is a collection of some of the photos I took. Local community groups and charities showed their vehicles and their members off with pride.… Continue reading Australia Day Parade


Streaming service burnout

Are we all sick of the million or so streaming services that are available to us?! I certainly am. We have gone from being desperate to being able to access our favourite television shows to having no time to watch them all and bank accounts that have one too many $10 debits coming out that… Continue reading Streaming service burnout