Even though the last month (and moving into April) has been as busy as a bunch of ants I have managed to balance my insanity and lack of time with some reading to nourish the mind. I can't wait to share my favourite book of the month, and more. Wearing First cab off the rank … Continue reading April Favourites | What I’m WEARING, EATING, READING DOING & LOVING
I can't recall exactly how I came across the TEDx talk titled Why some of us don't have one true calling. Something tells me with the amount of time I spend on twitter it may have been recommended on there. But none-the-less, that one video opened my eyes up to something that had plagued my … Continue reading Book Review: How to Be Everything by Emilie Wapnick
If you are subscribed to this blog, this here special post is for you. At approximately 0930am this morning I came to the realisation that I have 200 readers that follow this little blog. It hit me like a bag of concrete and my first thought was to reach out and thank you all. You … Continue reading You are subscribed as one of my 200 readers!
The theme of this piece is targeted towards those, who, like me, have a plate so full it's overflowing at the edges. You feel creative on the inside, yearning to write or create, but at the end of the day you're just so exhausted, even your dreams can't compel you to pen words on paper. … Continue reading Are you so overwhelmed you can’t get to life stuff in general?
I meme, we all love a good meme, right? Her crying woke me this morning, a little later than usual, but none-the-less, still before sunrise. As I lay propped up in bed, the open window giving permission to the cool morning breeze to sneak its way into our room, I sat there with a baby … Continue reading A compilation of the internet’s best memes on #NationalGrammerDay
It was the lead up to Christmas, Sydney was being absolutely damaged by severe thunderstorms, rain and hail storms as large as tennis balls. In amongst all of that I was rising just after 6am every morning, camera in hand and documented a week's long vlog that takes you behind the scenes of a busy … Continue reading I video recorded myself for a week while I wrote my book
It super easy to find ourselves wrapped up in the idea of what social media and fame can give us. The race to get more can become toxic. More followers. More likes. More shares. Just, more. One of the problems with this as content consumers is we have to sort through a mound of noise … Continue reading What exactly am I trying to get out of you?
Does gut instinct have valid grounds in decision making? It was after a long weekend, the kind where one has Monday off as a national public holiday. I opened my inbox on Tuesday morning, and at 9:04am I read an email from a friend with an interesting article as the subject line. The article was … Continue reading What role does gut instinct play in risk management?
Tess was tall and solid, towering over the rest of us kids in the neighbourhood. They had just finished building a large double brick European influenced home at the top of the street nested low within the block but no less dominating. Her family had since become the second owners, within our young lifetime, of … Continue reading I broke into their house.
The biggest struggle in my five year blogging career has been nailing down a niche, something I could define myself as to others, so the brand purpose can easily be recognised. It's literally been the major battle in amoungst all of my writing. Funny thing is, I've been living in my own head. Lately in … Continue reading Do you really need to define your niche?