A Different Type of Easter Break

A Different Type of Easter Break

We’re apparently halfway through the two-week Easter break. I say apparently because I only realised on Thursday that it was actually the first week of Easter school holidays. That explained why there hadn’t been any communication from school that week! I...
Country Music FTW

Country Music FTW

I’m a total country music geek. Apparently, I get this from my dad, although I don’t remember ever hearing him listen to music at all. My older sisters tell me he did like country, though, so we’ll blame him. For a while, I thought it was just me who...
The Magic of Creating Down Time by Enjoying Down Time

The Magic of Creating Down Time by Enjoying Down Time

Does your down time actually relax, energise and nourish you? Plenty of people feel like they have no free time, when in reality they’re just allowing their free time to be used in an Instagram-scrolling blur that they gain nothing from You’ll feel more calm after a...
Friday Five: 29 March 2019

Friday Five: 29 March 2019

Here’s my quick Friday Five – five random things that are on my mind this week. Yes, this idea is totally borrowed from Tim Ferriss who eMails his 5-Bullet Friday every week. I totally recommend checking his out, by the way. 1) Book I’m Reading:...
Friday Five

Friday Five

A round up of the week and log of things on my mind: 1. Book I’m Reading: Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt – I received an advanced copy and am really enjoying it. 2. Productivity Tip: One of my biggest takeaways from Free to Focus has been using eMail...
What I Read in December (2018)

What I Read in December (2018)

December was a productive reading month with a total of eight books read: The Daisy Children by Sofia Grant – a lovely book based around the real-life destruction of an American school which stole a generation of children from a small town. This book uses that...
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