If I said the word "aura" to you, would you stop reading this blog post on account of it being too woo-woo? What about if I said "holistic counselling"? Whether you acknowledge the link between body and mind or not, I think we can all agree that stress and anxiety DO take their toll on … Continue reading Excavating Undertones with Rainbow Light Therapies |Local Biz Review.
The Frankston Waterfront Festival is being held on Frankston Foreshore over the weekend of the 10th and 11th of Feb. We have been madly rehearsing for a special surprise during the event-a flash mob! I've been wanting to be in a flashmob since that Fat Boy Slim filmclip back in the 90's. There's something thrilling … Continue reading Flash Mob Alert!
Have you taken a walk down on the Mornington Pier lately? We went the other night and it was seriously beautiful. There were people fishing, the tour boats were coming back in and as the sun dipped down and the heat went out of the day we realised that we were in the perfect spot … Continue reading Mornington Pier. The perfect place for a walk after dinner on the Mornington Peninsula.
Have you discovered Brambles Farm in Langwarrin? It is such a cheap way to spend the day with your family. We have been twice on the school holidays and spent just $10 each time and left with a heap of berries! It's a pick-your-own farm which is great if you have a couple of hours … Continue reading Brambles Berry Farm in Langwarrin |Cheap & Cheerful Family Fun
Found Emily's New Year's Resolution list today: Up my efforts in smearing banana on the pram. Mum loves how it looks like bird poo and makes people in Safeway judge her. In 2017 I only went to the hospital once or twice. Increase this to at least once a month. Ideas: Fall off kitchen table … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions of a One Year Old
Staying home for the school holidays? Me too! I actually love spending time at home and Insta-Bae is all about renovating our home while he has time off from renovating other people's homes. (He's currently noisily building a pantry while the baby naps and I am trying not to complain.) No packing, flights, currency conversion … Continue reading The Life Changing Magic of Stay-cationing on the Mornington Peninsula
Staying home for the school holidays? Me too! I actually love spending time at home and Insta-Bae is all about renovating our home while he has time off from renovating other people's homes. (He's currently noisily building a pantry while the baby naps and I am trying not to complain.) No packing, flights, currency conversion … Continue reading The Life Changing Magic of Stay-cationing
There are two types of people in this world: The ones who have been doing their Christmas shopping all year, paying off lay-bys and ticking off lists, fresh tree in the corner with colour coordinated decorations and a personalised picture book at the ready for Christmas Eve. Then there's people like me. I still don't … Continue reading How To: Shop Small in a Big Centre for Christmas.
If there's one thing I dread more than school holidays, readers, hair brushing and finding matching socks it's thinking of something to cook for dinner EVERY.SINGLE.NIGHT. I resent meal planning and laugh in the face of shopping lists. I know some people who cook a different meal for each child each night and they don't … Continue reading Cheat’s Guide to Good Family Food (without the stress & supermarket dashes).
You know how people talk about perks of the job with things like a work car or 10 weeks of holidays or international travel etc? Well my perks as a writer and digital content creator are EVEN BETTER THAN ALL OF THOSE because I live on the Mornington Peninsula. A few weekends ago I was … Continue reading Untamed Flowers on The Mornington Peninsula