I just want to wish one and all a HAPPY New Year! I wish a brighter 2022 for you. I have a few points I hope you will consider:↪ As cliché as it sounds – reach for the stars. Be amongst the stars … shine brightly amongst other stars! ↪ SPARKLE! I have been talkingContinue reading “Excess Baggage”
I’m using lockdown as an opportunity to learn new skills. One of which is watercolour painting. Last March I did a course taught by Parika Mahajan – Floral Watercolour Workshop (Yamogu Academy). I enjoyed it so much it’s a new hobby of mine Obviously, I still have a lot of techniques to learn and practiceContinue reading “The Paper Mill Liquid Brush Markers”
Currently reading @yuval_noah_harari ‘s book – ‘Sapiens, A Brief History of Humankind’. It’s quite a thick book so it’s taking a long time to finish. Someone described it as an entertaining book. I thought that person must love punishment. 😅😂 But It is quite entertaining indeed. I am enjoying the “fun facts”, studies and argumentsContinue reading “Sapiens”
The Dictionary of Lost Words is not a Disney Movie. It’s an anime. It has a complicated plot with complicated characters and set in a very complicated world. The good guys did not really win in the end. But did they lose?
Carly unravelling, embracing and loving her being. She found pride. She found her voice. She found her tribe. Say Hello is a great awareness and educational resource. It is full of information about how you can actually help people with disability written by a person with disability.
Poetry. Greatness in being a Mum.
NAIDOC Week 2021 will be held from Sunday 4 July to Sunday 11 July. The theme is #healcountryTo better explain the concept please read from the organisation itself.https://www.naidoc.org.au/news/2021-naidoc-week-theme-announced-heal-country I get too passionate and political about racism but I can’t help myself. I have been unfollowed because of my views. It’s easy for those who didContinue reading “#HealCountry”
The yellow cover attracted me as I wander the aisle of Kinokuniya Sydney and the words GAYSIA and then BENJAMIN LAW. I admire Benjamin Law’s clever writing and reviews in Frankie magazine. My family also watches The Family Law on SBS. The drama series was introduced to me by my husband and I was hooked.Continue reading “Gaysia – Book Review”
A healthier version of mac and cheese with pumpkin and cauliflower.
Becoming by Michelle Obama – Book Review. At a glance, Becoming appears to be a fairytale story. “Poor” girl from the Southside of Chicago; married the “prince” of Hawaii and they lived happily ever after in a palace called the White House.