WeAreTheWorldBlogfest: Sweet relief for Strawberry Farmers

Australian farmers have been going through a tough time with a severe drought. But a recent food contamination scare-someone spiking strawberries with needles-made it twice as tough for strawberry growers. This heartfelt response from Queenslanders, demonstrated much needed emotional and practical support for the farmers. Strawberry sundaes sell out in Brisbane, raising more than $50,000… Read More WeAreTheWorldBlogfest: Sweet relief for Strawberry Farmers

In Celebration of Small Things; A heated, saltwater pool and a Moodle called Daisy

2015 has been a good year for me, made up of lots of lovely little experiences and adventures. Of course like the rest of us on planet Earth, I’ve had my challenges. Whether I’m  getting better at handling these or the challenges are not as tough as in some previous years (I’ve  had a few… Read More In Celebration of Small Things; A heated, saltwater pool and a Moodle called Daisy

The Artful Abundance of the Asia-Pacific Region: The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial at GOMA

Last week I gave my creativity an early Christmas present. I stepped out of the humid heat and into the cool spaces of GOMA, Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art which was showcasing the eighth Asia Pacific Triennial art exhibition. I still try to maintain the habits I started when doing Julia Cameron’s ‘The Artist’s Way’,… Read More The Artful Abundance of the Asia-Pacific Region: The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial at GOMA