Hunting around among the small things for something interesting is a great way of switching off from the everyday. The gentle focus required to find these treasures is a wonderful antidote to the often mentally tiring demands of modern life, not to mention a great way of learning about your local flora and fauna.
Ah, English scones. So delicious. So sophisticated as a cream tea in a fancy restaurant, or traditionally in a tea room in south-west England. So much fun at a picnic. But so full of controversy…
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (29 June 1900 – 31 July 1944) was an author and an aviator. His most famous written work is the novella ‘The Little Prince’, a deeply engaging and moving tale exploring what really matters in life through the eyes of an alien child-prince.
A stealthy approach to calling frogs A train passes with warning honk As the chorus sings out into […]
I love recording these sound clips. If you have a smartphone, chances are you have a voice memo […]
Recently I’ve been practicing meditation. One of the exercises involves being ‘present’ for a few minutes in every […]
St Helena Bush Reserve is located in the north-east of Melbourne, a lovely bit of remnant bush among […]
Really easy, healthy bread packed with seeds, loved in Denmark and eaten as the basis of open sandwiches, […]
Great for the kids – fun times making your own pizza dough and creating your own tasty toppings! […]
A simple sourdough loaf – a good starting point for new bakers. Modified from a recipe by Maurizio […]