Hate is loud, love is quiet and constant. I hope these hearts - quilted, knitted, crocheted hearts made with love - are a small comfort to anyone who sees them.
Since overhauling our toy disaster collection a year ago, I've opted for quality, open ended toys that stimulate imaginative play. Our play room is full of wooden food, musical instruments, baby dolls and clothes and a gorgeous doll house full of little wire dolls and hand me down furniture from at least three generations. The … Continue reading Home Made crochet Steiner/Waldorf Gnomes and Nins
Our April was completely taken over with the chaos of moving house. In all the packing and stress and chaos, I lost the one thing keeping all the loose ends straight in my head - my precious rose gold Kmart/Kikki K planner! It was missing for weeks. Seriously I couldn't find it anywhere. All our … Continue reading ♡ Mom On The Go Planner ♡
Questacon is a must visit destination for any family visiting Canberra. Questacon is the national science and technology centre and is packed full of wild, interactive, hands on exhibits divided into galleries that focus on a different area of science such as physics, colour and light, and the planet Earth. It is a massive hit … Continue reading Questacon, ACT – science museum with kids
I haven't thrown out a coffee pod since July 2017 thanks to my stainless steel reusable Seal Pod from Crema Joe. I love our Nespresso machine dearly. It was a wedding gift and a massive boost to being more frugal in our daily lives, but the wastefulness of cheap supermarket pods bothered me and I … Continue reading Reusable coffee pods
I've started small on our 'war on waste' journey. Carrying a keep cup, using stainless steel refillable coffee pods, refusing plastic and unnecessary packaging, cold wash cycles and making use of the soft plastic recycling. The next thing I want to tackle is clothing. I am starting with myself and plan to go as long … Continue reading Thrift shop haul
Lake Bumbunga in Lochiel, SA is a pink salt lake located 2 hours drive north of Adelaide or 40 mins west of Clare. It is surreal and beautiful and a brilliant place to visit.