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Freelance PR & Copywriting, Prof. Writing & Editing @RMIT, Iyengar yoga teacher, cat lover, tea and wine addict...

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My WeekendNotes - 64
My NAIDOC Week celebrations continued on Saturday with lots of great activities and performances at the NGV's Ian Potter... [more]
Uplifting and joyous - we need more gorgeous collaborations and good vibes like this in the world! When was the last tim... [more]
I'm so glad this show is coming back for a second season, firstly because I get to write a review but secondly and most ... [more]
26/07/2022 - 07/08/2022
Intense, playful, exquisite…This performance cut straight through my winter outer layers and jaded post-Covid mind to sp... [more]
09/06/2022 - 12/06/2022
Cheaper and more effective than therapy... I was fortunate to be among thousands of excited cat lovers from acro... [more]
04/06/2022 - 05/06/2022
One night, a yogi and a pole dancer went to the circus and wet themselves… in a good way! Forget scrolling Instagram... [more]
14/04/2022 - 24/04/2022
A blast from the past... Schapelle, Schapelle - The Musical will take you way back in time to when Paulini, flip ph... [more]
31/03/2022 - 24/04/2022
I was around thirteen when my mother quietly whispered, "and that's where we'll all end up," as we watched a casket be l... [more]
Whether you're avoiding catching the Omicron or Delta strain of covid at the moment, or recovering from it - making sure... [more]
It's fair to say that 2022 has not started quite the way we hoped... After two long and challenging years, the globa... [more]
13/01/2022 - 17/02/2022
Smashing good fun for all ages - a visit to The Smash Room is a bit like a therapy session while having fun at the same ... [more]
Few have suffered quite as much as the arts and events industry over the past year, but now that "the winter of our disc... [more]
What a year it's been… I feel like we all need a good laugh more than ever, right! Thankfully, comedians have had plent... [more]
There's nothing quite as exciting as a countdown, especially when there is time with family, lots of great food and pres... [more]
Flowers are beginning to bloom, the sunshine is lovely, and it feels like Spring is certainly here! Yet, in Melbourne, w... [more]
I was devastated when we first went into lockdown, and I realised we wouldn't be able to attend a studio class in a whil... [more]
I don't know about you, but I have indulged a little too much on wine and spirits since this whole Coronavirus thing sta... [more]
Like face masks, hand sanitiser is likely to become an essential item (if it wasn't already!) we will all need to keep h... [more]
In our Melbourne share house, we've been ordering a lot of pizza since the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic began. At lea... [more]
People in countries like Japan and Hong Kong have been wearing face masks in public for many years as protection from po... [more]
Wearing my new favourite summer Spell skirt to match the hibiscus flower and flamingo theme on the invitation, Meg and I... [more]
Move over Rebel Wilson, there's a new real funny girl in town... Jillian Bell plays 27-year-old Brittany Forgler... [more]
My first time to the Comic Lounge was not what I expected... but admittedly, I've been a little spoilt when it comes to ... [more]
Tea is not just a drink, it's a way of life. It's soothing and calming - like a warm hug for your insides. Putting on th... [more]
This quirky and comedic sci-fi, Black Mirror-inspired one-man show weaves together a series of future scenarios that giv... [more]
12/09/2019 - 20/09/2019
What happens when you go through 20-something years of life thinking you're fun, carefree Rachael only to realise your a... [more]
09/04/2019 - 21/04/2019
Back in the 90's Haddaway asked us - 'what is love?' And now, more than two decades later, we finally have some answers... [more]
08/04/2019 - 20/04/2019
Is it a circus? Is it a comedy? Is it a cabaret? It is all three AND so much more! Melbourne-based, Head First Acro... [more]
05/04/2019 - 20/04/2019
I like hip hop music and words, so Rap Rap Rappin' on Heavens Door sounded right up my alley... I mean, rap is basically... [more]
27/03/2019 - 03/04/2019
The mimosas were flowing early at The Famous Spiegeltent this morning to celebrate the launch of the 2019 Melbourne Inte... [more]
27/03/2019 - 21/04/2019
The bright yellow doorway is a welcome sign at the front entrance of Upstate Yoga in Balaclava on this cool and rainy Sa... [more]
Inspired by (and totally jealous of) my housemates recent trip to Japan, I have been slightly obsessed with Japanese foo... [more]
I'm not vegan. I'm technically not even a strict vegetarian. I joke that I sometimes call myself a part-time vegetarian.... [more]
Somehow we always end up climbing something - rocks, mountains, stairs... and this walk was no different! Parking th... [more]
Giving up my car a few years ago was one of the best things I ever did. Not only do I save money on petrol, insurance an... [more]
This Asian-fusion restaurant and bar is perched upstairs from the cafes along the main road at Sunshine Beach - a neighb... [more]
Keeping with my habit of doing things backwards, I recently completed the picturesque Noosa coastal walk but instead of ... [more]
I make decisions for myself and my clients all week long. So on a Saturday morning, when I go to my local cafe, I like t... [more]
I always seem to take the long way to get somewhere - so this part of the Yarra Trail Walk was a perfect fit. Startin... [more]
I secretly hate exercise and avoid it as much as possible. But every now and then, I forget about my lack of stamina and... [more]
13/10/2018 - 14/10/2018
Music, lights, smoke machine and action... Freefall is what Sex and the City would have been like, if there were fiv... [more]
28/09/2018 - 30/09/2018
It's 10:00pm on a school night and I should be tucked away in bed (I'm trying not to think about my 8:30am start at Uni ... [more]
14/09/2018 - 16/09/2018
Like something out of a movie, Harrietville is a sleepy country town littered with quaint wooden homes, complete with po... [more]
The Victorian ski season is not over yet, with many resorts extending their open dates until early October. And If you'r... [more]
The Avocado's rise to fame and the generation it represents have undergone much criticism, with many experts eagerly awa... [more]
We stumbled across Dr Morse walking back from an event in Collingwood. It was early on a Saturday evening, but the f... [more]
I was not expecting to be mauled by a lion or have a gun held to my head... but it was Collingwood, on a Saturday night ... [more]
Driving from Jervis Bay to Kangaroo Valley, via the tourist route turn-off after Nowra, was a real treat. I carefully ma... [more]
It's a warm November evening, the sun is setting over the Yarra, casting a golden glow across the city and hundreds of p... [more]
09/11/2017 - 26/11/2017
I go on retreat every year - taking one or two weeks to unwind and relax. There's lots of yoga, long walks and massages ... [more]
The name says it all really - 'In and Out' is the way I usually interact with this little local restaurant, but just... [more]
It's no secret to those who know me that I am a massive fan of Ernest Hemingway. I think I have read A Moveable Feas... [more]
If like me you missed out on the Malaysia Kitchen Night Market at the State Theatre Laneway earlier this year there's go... [more]
Gone are the days (and nights) of sitting along the main strip at Brighton Le Sands with a hearty pasta or greek salad d... [more]
Like I needed another excuse to yearn for life in New York City? And as often as the news reminds me that the US is not ... [more]
Warning: contains some spoilers. Do not read if you don't want to know what happens. On my recent trip to Europe, I s... [more]
I have really enjoyed living back in St George, and was pleasantly surprised with the high quality of new cafes in the a... [more]
Being a long-time St George local means that being the designated driver or paying more than $50 to get home from some o... [more]
Getting good vegetarian meals in Sydney isn't easy. But there are a few great places, and I am fortunate that I am w... [more]
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