How exciting is this! As many of you would know I have an unhealthy obsession for list making and pretty diaries, so when Notemaker tell me they’re having 20% off ALL things Moleskine, I become a tad over excited. The sale ends tomorrow (Feb 10th) at 11am AEST, so you had better get in quick. Use the code MOLESKINE20 at checkout to get the discount. Click on any of the images below to check out the amazing range now.View Post
So, there’s this human couple in the UK called David & Sarah Chapman who have 2 five-year-old Burmese cats called Willow and Tara. Their claim to fame is that they recreate famous movie scenes and post them on Instagram. Sounds a bit eh, right? But here’s why you should care! It’s not the couple recreating the scenes together; it’s the humans and cats. Scroll on to see the pure magic that is Movie Cats.
The only reason the Superbowl even crosses my mind is because I get to sit back and watch companies throw millions of dollars into the air and hope some of it sticks. Not only is entertaining for us as viewers & consumers, but it also tends to show us what direction the advertising community will be heading in for that year. That’s right kids, it’s time for 2017’s top Superbowl commercials!
One fateful day I was in Dan Murphy’s buying drinks for a beach party we were heading down to and it struck me; I didn’t want to drink beer, wine or cider. I felt a bit down about that because anything tastier was going to be a right hassle to make on the beach, it was a scorcher of a day and I desperately needed something to quench my thirst. So as I was walking down the aisles hunting for inspiration, a cute bottle caught my attention. It was BEE Mead. And it was love.
After yoga on a Saturday morning, I just don’t feel like a big breaky. The other 23 hours of the day I do but just after getting all zen it just doesn’t feel right. I’ve walked past Green Cup in South Yarra so many times that I thought it was about time to try it, so popped into the light and bright store.
What Is Australia Day? Australia Day is the official National Day of Australia and is celebrated annually on January 26th. Its original purpose was to mark the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Port Jackson in NSW (near Sydney) and the raising of the Flag of Great Britain at Sydney Cove by Governor Arthur Phillip. These days it’s a time for all Australians to gather with friends and family and reflect on just what it means to be an Aussie. We are an enormously diverse country, known for our multiculturalism, keen sense of…
There are a few things in life I just can’t pass up. Amongst those are bubble tea, talking to strangers dogs on the street and 1/2 price food, so when a friend told me that she had scored us a table at Wabi Sabi Garden and we were going to get 50% off our food, I was stoked. All I needed now was a random dog to say hi to and a bubble tea…