Apocalyptic fires

This is what happens when we ignore climate science, I really do not want to politicise the current tragedy but we must wake up to the reality of a changing climate and the everyday horror it will bring. Bushfire is an expected reality in the Australian summer but this is not normal: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-11-11/nsw-bushfires-850000-hectares-destroyed-worst-to-come/11691038 https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-11-10/nsw-bushfires-bobin-residents-speak-of-bushfire-terror/11690066 I … Continue reading Apocalyptic fires

Re-blogging: Stop Shop & Support — Caravan Correspondent

Just wanted to re-blog Glenys' post on the importance of supporting communities through the drought. Glenys has also included links to organisations supporting rural communities. In the November issue of Liquid Life & Leisure Magazine online, you can find some real ways to help communities doing it tough in rural areas around Australia. The current … Continue reading Re-blogging: Stop Shop & Support — Caravan Correspondent


Creativity is the most important skill of the 21st century, important for problem solving and for well being, but we sometimes forget that we are all creative creatures, it is one of the things that defines us as human, the ability to meet the world with a curious mind and creative responses. Sometimes we need … Continue reading Creativity

This week’s book snap Sunday – Monet and the water lilies

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4HJ0O-A1Qh/ We have been walking in Laurel bank park, the pond with the water lilies seemed a perfect opportunity for book snap Sunday and Ross King's fantastic account of Monet and the famous waterlily paintings that grace the Musée de l'Orangerie. Really enjoyed this great read and it sparked a wider interest in the politics … Continue reading This week’s book snap Sunday – Monet and the water lilies