Photography is something that I struggle with and I often hand the camera over to my partner Dixie. I shy away from taking photos as he is much better at it than me. I decided it was time to take action so I enrolled with the University of Tasmania to do a Photo Essay Course.
I really enjoyed the course as it got me out of my comfort zone by capturing images that I wouldn’t normally shoot.
Here are some of the things I took away from doing the course.Read More »
Planning a trip this summer and want to keep the children occupied? Get them to document their adventures in this beautiful travel journal from Travelling with Kids. They will have long lasting memories of their summer holidays for years to come.Read More »
Do you need to buy a gift for a little adventurer? A child who loves to explore, travel and enjoy life?
My children love to travel and here are a few things that I am eyeing off for them.Read More »
Port Gregory became our home for a week, we set up our camper trailer and enjoyed a peaceful stay at the Caravan Park. As soon as we arrived we were made to feel welcome. The owners were away and they had someone looking after the park. The caretakers were extremely helpful and always around the park checking things were running smoothly.Read More »
If you already follow this blog you will know that we are a family who loves to camp and go on adventures. One of the things I struggle with while camping is keeping the kids warm at bed time. JJ hates being in a sleeping bag and often complains that her back is cold while she is sleeping on her stretcher.Read More »
We are often travelling with our two small children and I am always looking for activities to keep them occupied while they are in the car or stuck inside the tent due to rainy days.Read More »
Have you ever had trouble trying to find a tourist attraction in a new city? Found yourself walking in circles? Strolling the streets aimlessly?
So many times I recall being in a new city following the tourist signs which lead to a major attraction, then the signs seem to stop. You know you must be close but you just can’t find your way. You ask a local and things seem to get lost in translation.Read More »
Around half of us will experience mental health problems at some point of our lives. This figure is staggering and I know that so many people still suffer in silence and don’t seek the help they need.
Good mental health is as important as good physical health and both can be helped by living a healthy lifestyle. Here are some points to help you improve your mental health as per SANE Australia.Read More »
We are always heading off on little adventures with our two children and this means we are often not home at nap time. The children often slept in the sling or pram but now Master B is older and much more aware it makes it harder to get him to sleep while we are on the move.Read More »
Lake Towerrinning seemed to appear out of nowhere and it looked like an oasis after driving in the dry Australian country side. I was surprised at the size of the lake (256 hectares) as it was much larger than I expected. It is a semi-freshwater lake and is a popular spot for swimming, water skiing, kayaking and picnics. The lake is also home to long neck turtles and over 171 species of birds.Read More »