#BookSnapSunday – The Wild Remedy and a Black Gully Walk

https://www.instagram.com/p/B7M3IAwA_H3/ This is the post I meant to do last week, but the bushfire emergency seemed to overwhelm and posting about the healing power of nature just did not feel right at the time. I have blogged about Emma Mitchell's The Wild Remedy here. I love the idea of walking in nature to heal. I … Continue reading #BookSnapSunday – The Wild Remedy and a Black Gully Walk

Misinformation – Fake news a real problem on social media

I do not want to continuously post about this, I am hoping this is the last time I do post on things related to the bushfire emergency, but this story this morning demanded sharing: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-01-08/fires-misinformation-being-spread-through-social-media/11846434 This blog does not have a large following or a large number of visits, it is not going to change … Continue reading Misinformation – Fake news a real problem on social media

Christmas

So the Christmas tree is up and the great consumerist festival begins, I feel like such a scrooge these days. I am not christian, agnostic, with pagan leanings, would be the best description of my philosophical position but I have always loved the sense of magic at Christmas and I mean magic in a mystical, … Continue reading Christmas

Giveaway

As someone who used to blog a decade ago I used to enjoy the occasional giveaway, both participating and winning, and hosting the occasional giveaway. Giveaways are fun. So I thought we might celebrate the coming holiday season by hosting a giveaway. I thought it might be a way to grow the blog while also … Continue reading Giveaway

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