For those who have been inquiring – he is still here & still really naughty. We love him more each day :)

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Here are Ben & Dan – the boys from Goolabri. You can find out more about them here.

If you are looking for a gorgeous bushland setting that comes with lovely gardens just outside of Canberra, then Goolabri is for you.

Goolabri regularly host seminars, workshops, meetings, network events, training days, birthdays, engagements, wakes and funerals, Christmas parties, product launches and charity functions.

Here’s what they  have to say:

“Weddings are a source of great joy for the team at Goolabri. We have refined the experience to ensure that each and every bride, groom and guest is looked after.

Couples can choose from multiple areas, both indoor and outdoor for their ceremony. Receptions are catered for in the Goolabri Restaurant which features the Iron Bar Lounge.”

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COOL LINKS TO CHECK OUT

 

 

 


I now have a super duper jar of magical KIMCHI fermenting in my fridge, thanks to Esther at Raw Kinetics and Melissa Luxmoore from iNourish. The more I learn about how important our gut health is for overall health & well-being the more I want to tuck into my jar of spicy goodness. Alas- it takes 4 weeks in the fridge….so I better had get on to making my next batch so I never run out. I love eating it with scrambled eggs & smoked salmon for breakfast or tossed through hot steamed rice – YUM!

Here’s a little highlights reel from the day.

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“I want to quit my job”

Have you ever felt like this?

I have.

I was working in an amazing industry that had slowly started to break my heart. I was teacher, I still am – but after much soul searching I felt I was left with no choice but to resign my permanent position. Scary yes!! But the weight that was lifted from my conscience and heart was huge!

I still teach casually twice a week & feel that I have started to re-connect with my love of teaching children while allowing them to still be children & explore their world as children should.

I met Anthea Cahill last week at a breakfast function & heard her story of how she completely changed her life. Click on the image to go over to her blog & check out her story & new book!

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Mmmm – Real Chai

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Anthea Cahill, the amazing creator of Real Chai  was this months speaker at the Canberra Breakfast for The League of Extraordinary Women. You can read all the juicy details over here on Helen Roe’s blog – The Orange Lantern. You will find out how the spark of an idea for Real Chai started in a cafe in The Czech Republic,to now finding Anthea working with  one of the top coffee distributors in the country.

While you are at it, you may want to check out Kelli Donovan’s awesome clothing range over at Pure Pod. League members got to hear Kellie’s story last month of how she started  her “Sustainable” women’s  fashion line & how it has grown to be one of Australia’s largest eco fashion brands.

The Handmade Market success in Canberra is  fabulous story to hear too from Julie and Rachel.

I will leave you with a few photos & a little video of all these inspiring ladies.

Have a fabulous week folks.

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I had the pleasure of spending the day with Kelly Brown – an amazing newborn photographer. I was able to seek advice on new ideas for precious newborn photo sessions. Kelly was very generous with sharing her experience & knowledge & I am excited to continue to expand  Tracy Lee Photography’s services. You can still have a gorgeous Family / Newborn lifestyle session, but you can also have this extra special Newborn session too. And the best bit – I come to you :)

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How do you document your family’s adventures to look back on in a few years time?

My childhood was documented on 8mm film!

We would have movie nights in the lounge room with our old projector flickering the images up on the wall. My sister & I would watch dad battle with threading the film onto the projector & one of us would have the job of running over to turn the lights off in readiness to watch our movies.

Here’s one of our many adventures- taken over 30 years ago!!!

 

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Sometimes an image asks to be given a little more attention.

It warms my heart and brings a big smile to my face.

If you would like to see the SOOC (Straight Out Of Camera) image- call out YES in the comments section below.

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Armed with liver treats and my big girl camera, I headed out to Melissa’s to photograph her Dandie Dinmont Terrier named Quillie.

He was:

cute

fluffy

fun

friendly

I love it when people embrace their pets as part of the family like Melissa does.. Quillie is going to have his very own photo up on the family wall gallery. AWESOME!

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