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Travel Yoga

The roads we travel…

Over the weekend, I was fortunate enough to disconnect from life for a while and reconnect with myself. A couple of months ago a post on my instagram feed popped up about a weekend yoga retreat being held by Emily, the founder of Travel Light Yoga. I clicked over to the website, had a brief scout …


Raw Prune and Cacao Slice

After quitting sugar last year, processed and highly refined snacks that used to be a very regular occurrence went out the window. When I do get a craving for something sweet, I try to have some refined sugar free options to hand. This slice has just the right amount of sweetness to satisfy the craving …


Wall Hanging i

A few weeks ago I attended a Natalie Miller workshop on weaving and this is my finished wall hanging. It was a fantastic class and if you have a chance, I would highly recommend going. It was really interesting playing with different textures and of course, learning a new craft. I have a whole new …


Felicity II

Another Felicity beanie, this time knitted up for my cousin. This is a wonderful pattern, knits up quickly and is the perfect project for a beginner. Ravelled here.


Green Goodness

I love a good green smoothie and this one is full of vitamins, protein and healthy fats making it a meal in a jar. Makes 1 litre 2 cups of whey*2 stalks of celery2 large handfuls of romain lettuce1 banana1 green applehalf an avocado2 tablespoons of chia seeds2 tablespoon of spirulina1 tablespoon of pea protein …


Kidsilk Cowl

This is a really simple knit, using 3 colours of kidsilk haze and interchanging the colours to give a subtle colour block. I was a little concerned that this would be one of those projects that hung around for a while but it knitted up quite quickly. The finished cowl is like a cloud, so …


Crocheted Rib Cowl

If you are looking for a quick and easy project, this is the one for you. The yarn is gorgeous and I can see this cowl getting lots of wear this winter. Project details here.


Kids Breakfast Smoothie

Both my kids are pretty good eaters but having a few different breakfast recipes to select from never goes astray. This is a very basic, but super delicious breakfast smoothie that the kids love. You will need: 1 banana*1 cup of frozen mango or fruit of choice1 cup of milk of choice – I use …


Back at it…

I’m not really sure what I am more surprise about, the fact that I am writing a blog post or that I am about to pick up the hook. At any rate, sometimes we all need a bit of a prod and I got mine last week from Tam. We are both going to crochet this gorgeous …



It has been a while since I have made anything for myself and I really wanted a project that was going to knit up quick as well as being useful. The wet days meant this project was finished over the weekend. Gloriously soft with the perfect amount of slouch.