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Do you remember?

Remember the last time you went for a walk, not just a casual stroll to enjoy the landscape, the trickling creeks and the rolling hills, but an actual walk with a destination in mind. Do you remember how suddenly, without realising it, the path you had taken was not the wrong path, but not your  ...

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My morning routine

Oh hi guys, notice anything different about the blog? I’m making a few aesthetic changes around the place – what do you think? Anyway, remember back in this post when I discussed how to be a morning person? Yeah, that’s right – I am one of those annoyingly chirpy people who are up  ...

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A Story About Rainbows

I started kindergarten in Sydney when I was four years old: Just imagine!  A little girl with light brown hair, big blue eyes, and cheeks big enough to store enough acorns to survive the winter, all dressed up in her uniform, excited to be going to Big School! Keen to be learning anything and  ...

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Cuddles Needed, Please!

Somehow over the weekend I have caught a bug, and it is wearing me out. I am achey, fatigued, and feeling generally horrible, which means writing blog content is the last thought on my mind – yet here I am, persevering! One of my goals for this year was making sure I blog more, and although  ...

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3 Ways I’m Keeping Cosy This Winter

It’s snowing here in Scotland! Hooray! Many Australians haven’t experienced snow, not having had the chance to either travel overseas or visit the Australian Alps. Lucky for me, most schools in New South Wales have a school “camp” out to Canberra with a short stop to the snow in around year 6,  ...

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There’s Something About Maia

Maia is the diminutive black panther who stalks the halls (well, hall) of my Glasgow flat, and today is her second birthday! Maia and I have only been living together since April this year, but we settled into a routine together surprisingly quickly! I adopted her from a young, growing family  ...

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