It seems like consumerism and the constant need to have more and more is everywhere I look. It’s on TV, on social media, and in the stores (Black Friday, I’m looking at you). So, my question is, why the excess?
Making lists is the only reason I ever get anything done (including this blog), so I thought I’d do some research on how to improve my lists and report my findings to you, dear reader. Making a list is probably one of the best ways to be more productive and it’s super
Do you know how you ruin a child’s life? You look at something they wrote and say, “This is pretty good. You should become a writer.” Please don’t do that, rather let the poor thing stick to realistic goals like becoming an accountant or lawyer. Why do I say so? Because I can testify to it. There are many reasons why I love writing, but it can be a burden as well.
We recently got a car here in Australia, and although we haven’t had it that long, it’s been great. On that note, let’s talk about car horns. (Warning: This post and the video contain strong language.) I quite enjoy driving—when I know where I’m going. I get lost easily. Thank
I’ve written about my childhood on this blog before, and I was lucky that I had a happy childhood. I’ve thought about the childhood I want for my kids one day, and I think this is the right place for it. Some background Last year, my husband and I moved
I know I’m old because I don’t understand influencers and how they make a living. They’re not actual celebrities. Many don’t even have any obvious talents. Why are they a thing? How do you get that many followers in the first place?
Last week, I wrote about the difference between my hometown and Brisbane. This weekend we did a bit of exploring in Brisbane’s CBD – it’s such a beautiful city. Here are a few photos of our Brisbane adventures: Honestly, I don’t even know what all these building are.