Monthly Archives: May 2013

OK what’s with the timing?

Ever wondered what might have happened if you had been there a little earlier or later? For me, this has been an ever-considered thing, the timing of events. From the time I was born (30 minutes before a music concert … Continue reading

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The upside to Procrastination

The big P gets a bad wrap. I know there are huge problems with P. But sometimes it serves to delay things until you are good and ready. I know, I can hear the responses of “Are you serious?”. In … Continue reading

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The View from Mt Difficult – Gariwerd (The Grampians)

Climbing Mount Difficult is worth every step. The view is amazing and what perspective!

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Furry friends and other beasties

When I finally bought a house 3 years ago, I decided to have a box-burning party as this was to signal the new, more settled me. As a treat to myself I have allowed myself to get plants (and boy, … Continue reading

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Champion of the Artist…I give you…Carl Jung…the legend.

I know..Carl Jung? Yep, I was flicking through some of the images I have saved from Facebook, all those interesting or witty or ingenious quotes from people who have done amazing things, and I came across a page someone had … Continue reading

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Change is the only constant….

On this Sunday afternoon, a little moody and overcast in Melbourne, I have been considering how rapidly things can change. I know it is a bit obvious if you’ve ever been in or witnessed a car accident, or watched crazy … Continue reading

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Money or Time

It isn’t just me, is it? Often people are faced with this sort of decision: choose to earn some money to pay for your lifestyle, or choose the time to create / enjoy that lifestyle. Sometimes it isn’t even about … Continue reading

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