Wind Blown and Wild

Winter hit with a vengeance this month. Storms, low temps, high winds and chaotic weather patterns ravaged much of Victoria during June. It’s been a wild month in many ways. Walhalla, the picturesque gold mining town we camped at barely two months ago, copped a battering, like many places. The normally sedate Stringers Creek turned … More Wind Blown and Wild

Waves of Change

As our continued lockdown in Melbourne escalates, causing an ever increasing pendulum of emotions, it’s never been more important to keep our energy and vibe high. Here’s here we can stay afloat and not allow ourselves to be swamped. … More Waves of Change

A Satisfied Mind

Is gratitude over rated? Can the world have too much positivity? In my eyes there’s no such thing. Life’s not always easy however to me there’s no point dwelling on our lack, but rather the opposite. “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more.” Melody Beattie Are you … More A Satisfied Mind

Reflection

“Time spent in self reflection is never wasted. It is an intimate date with yourself.” Paul TP Wong The past few weeks have been a time of quiet contemplation. Although I’ve been busy writing for a number of magazines things have been otherwise quiet. I’ve had some ups but also a lot of stress that’s … More Reflection