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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 picturesque view, the inquisitive and [...]

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The Forest For The Trees

Mar 13, 14 The Forest For The Trees

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*A Nuffnang sponsored post* Sometimes you can’t see the forest for the trees. You’re so busy paying attention to the minute detail right in front of you, that you don’t realise you’re already lost and need to find your way out. But until we, or someone close to us, recognises our dilemma, we go deeper and deeper into the woods....

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A Question of Style. 12 months of Selfies.

Mar 11, 14 A Question of Style. 12 months of Selfies.

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Sometimes I get so tired of looking at myself. That feeling when you look in the wardrobe and you’ve seen it all before. When I put on my makeup and just think, “ho hum..” I’ve been feeling that seasonal style malaise again this last month, coming on like clockwork as it does each year. I suppose that is one...

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Mar 06, 14 Leave and Live. Be FireReady

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Planning; so often underestimated in just how effective it can be. Sometimes we find ourselves laughing at those people who pre-prepare bags and boxes of things, colour code their wardrobes and weigh everything before it goes into their luggage. I read recently that for every 10 minutes of planning, you get back an hour of your...

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Re-Imagining Gone Wild

Mar 03, 14 Re-Imagining Gone Wild

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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

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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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The cultural myth of Age Appropriate

Feb 21, 14 The cultural myth of Age Appropriate

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My fabulous new Long Curly Wig – in amazing Taro Purple ! I am not defined by my age. And I tell you what, that’s jolly lucky too or I’d have given up a while back. There is nothing so liberating to me as the pure joy and privilege, that comes from being able to create my own sense of self living here in...

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Winning at a Wardrobe Makeover

Feb 17, 14 Winning at a Wardrobe Makeover

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When was the last time you gave your wardrobe a serious makeover? Not the kind that has you going out to buy new stuff, but taking a good hard look at what you have. I suffer from a serious first world affliction; the weight and anxiety that comes from having too much ‘stuff’. Why we have this constant need to...

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Feb 03, 14 What is Oneflare?

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Preparing for Lunar New Year

Jan 30, 14 Preparing for Lunar New Year

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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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Jurassic Gardening

Jan 28, 14 Jurassic Gardening

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I’ve never really had much of a green thumb. I do try, I even have a gardening Pinterest board! Perhaps it is just all the sun involved in gardening that puts me off, but historically my efforts have been rather… sporadic. I have a huge garden, but spend very little time doing much with it. I just try and keep it alive,...

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