travel

TRAVEL: FIVE DAYS IN HOBART, TASMANIA

This post is a bit overdue, since I’ve been back for a number of weeks now, but I recently had the opportunity to escape Brisvegas (leaving hubby at home!) and head down to the bottom of the beautiful, vast country I call home to visit a dear friend I hadn’t seen in a few years.…… Continue reading TRAVEL: FIVE DAYS IN HOBART, TASMANIA

home · minimalism

WE’RE DOWNSIZING! + WHAT I’VE LEARNT FROM THE MOVING PROCESS

I have some exciting news to share with you, friends: we’re downsizing! I mentioned on the blog earlier this year that we had decided to not renew the lease of the unit we have lived in for the last two years, and the time has now come for my husband and I to create a…… Continue reading WE’RE DOWNSIZING! + WHAT I’VE LEARNT FROM THE MOVING PROCESS

green living · musings · zero waste

IS ZERO WASTE A MISNOMER?

Is zero waste really zero waste? This is a question I have been asking myself lately and which I am sure many zero-wasters and aspiring zero-wasters (I consider myself in the latter category) have pondered at some point throughout their journey towards a more environmentally-friendly lifestyle. I think there are some situations, rare though they…… Continue reading IS ZERO WASTE A MISNOMER?

minimalism

MINIMALISM + LETTING GO OF WHO WE USED TO BE

I recently delved into Goodbye, Things by Japanese minimalist Fumio Sasaki and loved it. Have you read it? I’m a big fan of all things Japanese and the quirky, personable tone Japanese authors always seem to have (or perhaps that’s just how they come across in translation). I raced through Goodbye, Things and was left feeling inspired by this…… Continue reading MINIMALISM + LETTING GO OF WHO WE USED TO BE