Things I’d Buy If I Didn’t Have To Pay Rent

The world is made up of beautiful things. Most things are priceless; humans, smiles, connection, conversations, friendships, love, kindness (to name a few). Other things are pricey. Very, very pricey. While these things may edge towards the more superficial side, it is still often hard not to tab it in your mind (or in a […]

The Lighter Things Of The World Pt. 2

Life is slowly going back to the way it was. The possibility of venturing into a cafe for a coffee (while keeping your distance) is now more of a reality than it was in March. And we will take that, and anything close to that, as a win. While we can’t plan a trip to […]

5 Rainy Day Podcasts And Audiobooks For June

It is officially Winter in Australia, which means only one thing: rainy, cosy days are approaching. Finding long, entertaining podcasts and audiobooks as you go for rainy drives to the supermarket is therefore essential. If you need some new recommendations, here are 5 brilliant podcasts and audiobooks. 1. Grounded with Louis Theroux Podcast Created during […]

6 Indigenous Australian Owned Businesses To Support (Now And Always)

On May 25 2020, a 46 year-old African American man named George Floyd died. He had allegedly used counterfeit money when Minneapolis police arrived at the scene. A white male officer pressed his knee against Floyd’s neck for more than 8 minutes. “Please, I can’t breathe,” cried Floyd. The police officer did not move. Floyd’s […]

The Lighter Things Of The World: Reunited Lovers

Life is not always a fairytale. But sometimes it definitely is proven to be so. This gorgeous video has gone viral this week featuring Jean and Walter. Goodable posted the video on their twitter page via Wendy Willard and it has spread far and wide throughout the internet. Separated due to Covid-19, the video shows […]

7 Cute Irish Airbnbs To Visit Post-Covid

So we can all agree then, we took a lot of things for granted before Covid-19. Some more deep and meaningful (like seeing your family and friends). Others less meaningful, but still hard (like travel). Bleak news reports inform us that international travel will not resume until 2023 at this stage. But that won’t stop […]

How To Create The Dreamiest Flower Wall

I love a fresh bunch of flowers. What I don’t love is the exorbitant price tag that often comes with it. It’s hard to convince the people around me that they are a worthy purchase. “They’ll just die,” is the common remark. And I know they do. But why dwell on the negative. Let’s just […]

The Equation For The Ultimate Cosy Day (At Home)

If someone asked you to define ‘cosy,’ what would you say? I think it is a feeling. Perhaps even an instinct. You’ll just know when something is cosy. Modern culture has recently adopted the Danish term ‘Hygge.’ Defined as ‘a quality of cosiness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being,’ this […]

Good News: A Teary Surprise For 94 Year Old Ken

Each day there is plenty of good news pouring through the cracks of the dark stream of news simultaneously flowing. Just like this. Thistleton Lodge in the United Kingdom uploaded this post to their Facebook page on April 18 2020 and it has gone viral (for all of the right reasons). In the post the […]

The Lighter Things Of The World: A French Château

As we scroll our instagram feeds on a Monday night (and Tuesday night and Wednesday night and Thursday night etc), there is the possibility of us stumbling upon tiny little sparks of joy. And in the current global climate, any kind of inspiration is welcome. This is the post that I fell in love with […]


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