Out with the old

Talking to hear the sage advice of tidying expert Marie Kondo, I’ve been rearranging things at home to make more room for things that mean something to me, or as Kondo refers to it, “Sparks joy”. I started with clothing using her folding method, I’ve been amazed that it has given me to spare drawers... Continue Reading →

I caved to the Max

To quote Britney Spears "Oops, I did it again", and have caved to my technology cravings, purchasing myself a nice shiny iPhone 12 Pro Max. Unlike previous iPhone orders, this time I have actually purchased the phone outright, along with the MagSafe clear case and adapter, oh and begrudgingly a 20w USB-C adapter that they... Continue Reading →

Lactose-free learning curve

Until now, I never truly had an understanding of the impact of not being able to consume something. The only thing I’d grown up being allergic to was something called Perkin’s Paste, no idea what it is as I was 4 years old the last I recall seeing it. Now, being either dairy or lactose... Continue Reading →

Slowly, opening up

The island state of Western Australia looks to be opening up after almost eight months closed due to COVID-19. Whilst we’ve fared so much better than others around the world, we’ve taken a more hardline stance to protect ourselves which has actually seen our economy the strongest in the nation. Today, our premier announced we’re... Continue Reading →

Niggling itch

Since September I’ve been dealing with a weird sudden intolerance to dairy and allergy to almonds. I’ve no idea why this has occurred, but am navigating these waters so to speak. I discovered my allergy to almonds only through testing almond milk, though strangely I used to eat these by the handful. Yet in drinking... Continue Reading →

Escape to tall trees

As a teenager my family ventured south to visit family friends in the country town Manjimup, amongst Western Australia’s south-west timber towns. We headed further south on that trip to the Gloucester Tree, a 53 metre fire watch tree that the public was able to climb now. The Gloucester Tree I was first to head... Continue Reading →

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