The Easter Guinea Pig has arrived!

Apr 19, 14 The Easter Guinea Pig has arrived!

Posted by in Pets, photographer, Uncategorized

  Traditionally the Easter long weekend around here means time away, long sleep ins and lots of hot cross buns. This Easter we instead opted to stay home with our furry family, and spend our mornings in a great big, warm pile of happiness. Melbourne’s weather has finally turned cold and it’s just perfect for...

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How to make European style thick hot chocolate

Apr 17, 14 How to make European style thick hot chocolate

Posted by in Food & Drinks, Lifestyle

There’s something quite indulgent about the thick hot chocolates you can get at Max Brenner. There’s also something a little amusing about ordering a Dark Italian from the menu! I discovered a more indulgent European style hot chocolate at The Polish Place in Mt Tamborine, Queensland. The food, the service, the...

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Supanova 2014 is Super!

Apr 14, 14 Supanova 2014 is Super!

Posted by in Asia love, costumes, Events

After several years of missing out on this wondrous event thanks to my schedule, this year I FINALLY GOT TO SUPANOVA! No, I wasn’t able to go the full Cosplay as I wasn’t even sure I could make it until the night before, but I’m so glad we all went! ¬†’Sonny’ and Miss 6 were so excited to bust out every...

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Remembering your Goals

Apr 01, 14 Remembering your Goals

Posted by in #Re2014, Self

Baby Art — Bunny Hug — Art Print by trafalgarssquare on Etsy   So how are those New Year’s resolutions going? Still drinking those Green Smoothies? I know the wheels have come loose from my wagon, but I’m determined to take a pitstop in April and screw them back on! For me, that all comes down to...

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How to create a craft closet from a built in wardrobe!

Mar 27, 14 How to create a craft closet from a built in wardrobe!

Posted by in #Re2014, DIY, Home & Garden, watch me

Today I’m sharing with you how I built my craft space in one day and for under $100! You’ll hear all the details of how we constructed it, where we bought everything and even how all the clever little storage and organisation systems work! There is lots to see, and the video runs for about 10 minutes; so grab a cup of...

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A Brighter Life for Refugees with LED Lighting

Mar 25, 14 A Brighter Life for Refugees with LED Lighting

Posted by in #Re2014, Home & Garden

Over the last month, Mr. SKM and I have been undertaking some household overhauls. From plastering ceilings to installing new lighting, it may be hard work, but it is a privilege to have a home to work on. While we reevaluated the lighting in our rooms, we came across the latest IKEA campaign that is helping to create a safer...

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My Little Mori Girl

Today’s Daily Outfit is a special guest appearance. ¬†Channeling the warm, earthy tones and layered styles of the Japanese Mori Girl fashion, my own little Mori Girl is heading off shopping ¬†today. This look isn’t about brands, but about warm muted tones, layering, open knits and weaves, all coming together to create a...

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Re-Imagining Gone Wild

Mar 03, 14 Re-Imagining Gone Wild

Posted by in #Re2014, Home & Garden

Barbara Hulanicki Viva Blue Wallpaper It may only be the 3rd of March, but tackling this months #Re2014 project of Re-Imaginining has gone crazy here. Since last week it has been like living on an episode of Changing Rooms. Usually my redesigning ideas for the home are tackled pretty much on my own, but this time, with buy in from...

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Can’t See for Looking

Feb 25, 14 Can’t See for Looking

Posted by in #Re2014, Home & Garden

I’m always inspired by these beautiful, spacious rooms! (Image source unknown) Does this happen to you? You come home from a holiday away (a week or more) only to walk into your own home and for the first few minutes see it with different eyes. It looks like someone else’s place for a moment. Then all the familiar...

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Preparing for Lunar New Year

Jan 30, 14 Preparing for Lunar New Year

Posted by in Asia love, Lifestyle

My Mini Me’s on Chinese New Year in Singapore a couple of years ago. As a family one of favourite holidays is Lunar (or Chinese) New Year. Having spent quite a lot of time travelling, working and exchanging with different Asian nations over the years, the whole community sense and tradition of the holiday has stayed with us....

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