I'm a sucker for reading or watching stories that talk about the nuances within someone's life. I'm fascinated by the details between the details, the untold stories, the random facts that really make someone stand out from the next. I haven't done a challenge like this as yet, at least I'm not sure I have. … Continue reading This or That Challenge
Let's not beat around! Straight up, if you followed me hoping I'd just follow you back, unfollow me please! If you don't like my content or don't know why you even followed me, please also unfollow me. I need to have visibility of my tribe. I do this for you. I want to make the … Continue reading Public Service Announcement
How does laser eye surgery work? What's involved in photocoagulation? What is a torn retina? What is a detached retina (retina detachment)? These are all too common questions I have come to learn people of all ages may need answers too. Recently I visited my optometrist for a self prescribed eye exam. I had been … Continue reading What’s Involved in Laser Eye Surgery – Detached Retina
Much of my memories are fond because they contain fragments of those who stood before me. That loved me. That I loved. That are no longer here. For me, my childhood was filled with more stories of adventure than I can completely remember. I came from humble beginnings; no family wealth, parents and their parents … Continue reading A Trip Down Memory Lane: Going Back To Where I grew Up
It wasn't a big school. Typically averaging just 197 mouldable young minds across all grades meant everyone knew everyone. It also meant you had a bigger chance of being the one kid that did something stupid. Considering the small cohort, the buildings still looked big, recognising of course the fact that I was orders of … Continue reading A Childhood Event That Should of Killed Me But Instead Taught Me Something of Life
I accomplished some goals already after completing day one of this course. I've connected with a small handful of new people here within the WordPress community and some are quite similar to me which makes it even more assuring. Also, Ive learned how some people in the WordPress community have come to interact between each … Continue reading WordPress.com Blogging University: Branding and Growth, Day Two: Audit Your Brand
I begin the wordpress.com Blogging University course on Branding & Growth, starting with day 1, setting some goals.
I don't know this guy. Not personally. I've never really watched any of his content either. But there must have been something there for him to have over 16 million YouTube subscribers. And dedicated ones at that I might add. I'm also a tough nut to crack with little tolerance for stupidity, mistakes (when opportunity … Continue reading I think we should forgive Logan Paul. Here’s why.
At eight weeks old, strapped in a nappy, pacifier at hand, I was loaded into what was probably considered a less than satisfactory baby seat for the day, and driven off to a picturesque forest where I'd spend the next week sleeping in a tent. Not alone - I was eight weeks old; with my … Continue reading Here’s What Our First Family Camping Trip Liked Like
After Amazon launched in Australia towards the end of 2017 I found myself regularly hitting the refresh button on their website in blissful hope that they would bring Alexa along for the ride. Nope. No Alexa. So after being cornered like a kid in a school yard, I was forced to buy Google Home instead. … Continue reading 2 Weeks With Google Home Mini – Would I buy it again?