Growing our own veg

When we initially bought our home 3 years ago, we bought an acreage because we wanted to become self-sufficient. When I told my friend it’s so we can survive the armageddon when it comes she thought I was joking but considering the state of the climate I really don’t think it’s too far-fetched a prediction.Continue reading “Growing our own veg”

Coming up to my due date

Well, I’m finally here. I’m 39 weeks and 5 days pregnant – in just 2 days I’ll be at my estimated due date. That kind of means nothing apparently, only 5% of babies come on their due date, but our little man’s date is special – 02.02.2020 – so it would be cool if heContinue reading “Coming up to my due date”

Why I meditate (and how I learned to do it)

Meditation is a pretty big thing these days. Previously reserved for monks, yogis or hippies now you hear of even CEOs and billionaires swearing by it. Honestly, I’m not surprised – it’s certainly changed my life (and I don’t say that lightly).

Stuff, Minimalism & Marie Kondo

Ooh I am SO inspired! This week I watched the Minimalism doco on Netflix (twice: watched it once then convinced Husband to watch it too) and it has motivated me to really get into Minimalism. We don’t buy much ‘stuff’ to begin with, but that’s not to say we don’t buy any. After all, twoContinue reading “Stuff, Minimalism & Marie Kondo”

To news or not to news?

I had brekky with a good friend the other day, and of course our conversation moved to the current bushfire situation and the Australian Government’s response. She asked alot of questions and admitted she doesn’t pay much attention to the news (intentionally), but was feeling unsure as to whether she should after a friend ofContinue reading “To news or not to news?”