Banana Oat Balls

These Banana Oat Balls are so super easy to make, use ingredients you are likely to have on hand and were quickly gobbled up by the kids. The recipe makes about 18 balls, but you could easily double the mixture to make more. For this recipe, the riper the bananas the better. Did you know […]

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This year I dedicated a category in my goals to learning. I want to find new sources of information to grow my knowledge. It is often very easy to seek out the same sources of information and stick with what you know. So instead of just sharing some links to read this year, I am also […]

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5 tips for working from home during school holidays

We are in week two of school holidays in Victoria. I love working from home and I love school holidays, however loving the two at the same time does require some planning and strategic management. As I work for myself at home in a part time capacity, I have much greater flexibility than most. Where […]

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For those of you who have been reading the blog for at least the last year, you will be aware that I have made significant changes to the way I eat. I have tried not to bang on too much about what I have done on the blog, but I have received many emails and […]

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Presentation can make such a difference! I love these little boxes. I will confess however to finding the folding part of putting the boxes together so hard. I asked my 10 year old daughter to have a try and see what she could do. She managed to get the first one together, but the corners […]

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ACMI Dreamworks

This is a review post. Yesterday we were lucky enough o be invited to attend the Kids gala opening of the Dreamworks exhibition at ACMI – from sketch to screen. As it was the opening there were very super special guests in attendance: Alex the lion from Madagascar Puss in boots Shrek. The youngest was […]

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