Walking towards words to acknowledge our traditional owners

Walking towards words to acknowledge our traditional owners

From little things, big things grow Last year my family and I took a road trip, a pilgrimage.   We had some unfinished outback business to attend to. There was sacred ground to stand on in the birthplace of aboriginal land rights.  We dragged our teen and tween...
Help and hope rises from Australia’s bushfire ashes

Help and hope rises from Australia’s bushfire ashes

This was the summer that felled us  – bush, beach, communities, campers, firefighters, families. We swallow smoke and worry. The loss of land, loved ones and livelihoods sits heavy in our hearts. We wring our hands as homes, hamlets, towns and roads are reduced to...
What’s in your Go Bag this fire season?

What’s in your Go Bag this fire season?

Check out our ranger family’s Go Bag I shared this post on Facebook and Instagram in early summer and was astounded by how many shares my post had. Given this season’s devastating fire impacts, it’s worth sharing through my blog too as it’s...
52 stories of kindness

52 stories of kindness

I’ve recently appeared in the pages of a book I didn’t write Rather, it was a book written about me, and 51 fabulous other humans who have visions to make a difference in the lives of others I’m pretty humbled by that. These people truly make a...
I Marie Kondo’d my business and home

I Marie Kondo’d my business and home

Hello, is it me you’re looking for? In the last 12 months, I’ve spent a lot of time hauling boxes and rearranging the furniture. In my year of the makeover, I’ve built and moved home and changed my business name and my website. Mine isn’t an uncommon story....

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