Anyone else been getting struck with hay fever lately? 😫
It is rumoured that Local Raw Honey 🍯 can help reduce symptoms!! -
Wether you believe or not we still have some of the best Barossa Honey on tap. -
It is also kind of addictive putting it into a jar!! 😯🐝 @barossahoney
We went to the circus 🎪 yesterday, and the strangest thing happened... Of course we saw amazing performers, and sat inside the big red tent.
When the ringmaster stepped into the ring to sing the opening song (yes! Just like The Greatest Showman!) I swear he spoke directly to me.
He said do NOT give up on your dreams. He reminded me to ignore the naysayers. He encouraged me that anything is possible.
Do you believe him friend? Do you know that anything you dream is possible for you and your family? That an exceptional marriage without money fights is totally possible💑? That you can create a meaningful Christmas without debt come January?
It's all possible!! What's your dream? I'd LOVE to know! Let me know in the comments!
P.S. Best. Circus. Ever.
“We don’t need another hero....” 🎶 Yesterday we found a dog. The girls and I had just got ourselves in the car, in the rain, to head out for the day. But just before I started the engine I saw a beautiful golden cocker spaniel puppy ‘ambling’ along the pavement on the other side of the road. I glanced up & down the road, no one. Instinctively I got back out of the car. I’ve always been a smidge scared/wary of dogs, and had no idea what I was doing. As Isabelle says I put on my ‘talking to babies voice’ and started to cross the road. To my horror the puppy stepped right out in front of the traffic and padded over to me, thankfully allowing me to take its collar and guide it onto the pavement. There we both stood in the rain, dog shivering & snuggled into my legs, wondering what the hell we do next. The girls were amazing and tolerant as I approached passers by to ask if they knew where the dog might have come from. Thankfully we found a lovely lady who suggested she take the dog along with her to the local youth football where someone was bound to at least recognise the pup. And that was that. Our new friend was gone. The girls were devastated as they’d already decided the puppy must live with us, despite my insistence it would already have a home. But the point of my rambling tale? I have no idea about dogs. I have no idea what a dog would eat in the absence of actual dog food (hummus & carrot sticks?!). I generally have no idea. But I knew I had to do something. And that puppy didn’t think I was incompetent, or that my mind was racing, or that I was mentally cataloguing our food supplies. Maybe life doesn’t have to be so complicated. Be more dog.
Survived a week with this fool @rise_mtbperformancecoaching It’s amazing how spending time in the wilderness resets your priorities in life. Decisions have been made, plans brought together, dreams discussed. Here’s to being present with the people and things I love. To support this decision I no longer keep any social media apps on my phone. But that doesn’t mean you can’t contact me. There’s that old piece of tech called a phone. Oh and email. Proper old school 😂 #techdetox#presentmoment#livinglife#thesimplelife
Lessons from our garden- Sometimes the wild parts are the most beautiful 🧡
We’ve worked hard getting the soil prepared and planting out our main veggie garden in a sensible way this spring. And it’s growing really well. I’m sure all the planning is going to make it more productive and I’m so excited! 🌱
But this area we’ve left for the bees. We’ve let things go to seed, allowed things to self seed, pretty much let it go wild. And it doesn’t look tidy. But when you get right in there amongst it....gosh it’s beautiful! 🌼
What we choose to present to the world is often the image we have cultivated over time. And there’s definitely a reason and a purpose for that. It may have allowed us to get a certain job, hang out with a certain social circle, to feel safe and accepted in the world. But somewhere inside we all still have this wild part- the part that still shines through in our kids. The part that isn’t perfect, isn’t orderly, but is just the wild beautiful YOU! 💗