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I am a freelance copywriter and content strategist, who has been designing and writing website copy for more than 15 years. I hold a Diploma of Information Technology (Systems Admin/eCommerce) and have studied Professional Writing, Journalism and Communication at the University of Queensland.

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My WeekendNotes - 82
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When I was living back home in Canada for a year, I found that I was spoiled for choice when it came to delicious chicke... [more]
The baristas at Cantina 817 are fantastic and I the macchiato I had the pleasure of enjoying was made to perfection. The... [more]
I had such a tremendous time at this writer invitation; I had a one on one circuit training session with Melinda Waddell... [more]
Now heading into its 3rd year, b.f.f. will showcase our remarkable local artists, while supporting and promoting our inc... [more]
CPR Espresso Bar has taken up residence where Pack and Send used to be, right next door to Nitro Boxing Gym. The indoor ... [more]
Before I dive into my review of this Espresso Bar in Chermside I would like to get it out there that the name alone ... [more]
The Timber Cabin and Coffee House can be found on Logan Road at Stones Corner. With a real 'timber cabin', wildernes... [more]
Café la Vie serves Piazzo D'oro and my coffee was not burnt, but strong enough to suit my tastes and served in a giant m... [more]
What a fantastic cup of coffee this was. The Timber Cabin and Coffee House offers impeccable service, great value fo... [more]
I found that Coffee Essence was somewhat overpriced, especially compared with other cafes in the area. It is still c... [more]
Finding an excellent cup of coffee can be such an ordeal sometimes as we tend to be spoiled for choice in Brisbane. ... [more]
On Sunday the 17th of August the South Brisbane Federal Band, or the Feds as they are affectionately called, invites you... [more]
17/08/2014
The coffee bar @ Cantina 817 is a perfect way to start your day. With Segafredo espresso on hand to feed your caffei... [more]
Founded by Phillip Di Bella, Di Bella espresso is a wonderful blend and best made, in my opinion, at Amici Deli in Cherm... [more]
 
Having never encountered a gateau before, I was intrigued by the French-sounding name and the decadence of chocolate cov... [more]
1. Movie Screening (Free): The Book Thief (PG) Monday, September 1st, 2014, 1-3:30pm I am pretty excited that ... [more]
I enjoyed trying this dish immensely and found that it was more than hot enough for my tastes. Conversely, the frien... [more]
As with all Medium curries from this restaurant, I found the Madras to be sufficiently hot and pleasing to the palette. ... [more]
This meal, in my honest opinion, is perfection in itself and while I admit that I am not the most 'spice-tolerant' perso... [more]
I discovered this wonderful spot on my last trip to Melbourne. The Rooftop Bar at Young & Jackson is my new favourite pl... [more]
The Fish Shop at Chermside is still in the stage of 'proving' itself as far as I am concerned. As a new business, I ... [more]
Way back in 1994, a low budget cult-classic film called Clerks was released by a previously unknown entity, Mr Kevin... [more]
19/04/2012 - 28/04/2012
Funky artwork and classy drinks, Bar Soma has it all.... [more]
Given that the circus is in town at the moment, Chermside has been home to many of the Moscow's Circus' Clown Cars. P... [more]
Ben Koppe is an amazing DJ who I had the pleasure of seeing on Sunday the 20th of November this year. He was 'spinning' ... [more]
Wow what an idea! This is the first time I have ever seen something like this and I believe it to be the greatest inv... [more]
Anyone can apply to paint a Traffic Sign Box (TSB). Families, professional or first time artists, school groups, kids or... [more]
Grapples Thrift Shop is a hidden treasure that you may (though most likely may not) be aware of. The Thrift Shop is ... [more]
If you happen to be on the inner North side and you are looking for a really nice place to just chill and have a bre... [more]
Artforce paints original artwork on traffic signal boxes (TSBs) located at every Brisbane intersection. TSBs or traff... [more]
BrisStyle Indie Twilight Markets - Photo taken Friday the 28th of October 2011 - City Hall at Dusk... [more]
My fiancée and I went along to the BrisStyle Indie Twilight Markets held in King George Square on Friday evening. ... [more]
29/04/2011 - 16/12/2011
Man do these guys make sweet cupcakes. A fan of any 50s style venue or diner, Carousels Cupcakes on Gympie Road, ... [more]
Wailing away on a Fender Telecaster, this guy really made my Friday evening.... [more]
What an aural treat these guys were. A bluesy, rock 'n' reggae act, playing free for our enjoyment on the Queen Street M... [more]
New lighting on Brisbane City Hall. I can't wait for the renovations to be finished and to have a look inside. This shot... [more]
This shot of Brisbane Square in the Brisbane CBD area was taken this year on the 1st of October during Brisbane Open Hou... [more]
Served on a bed of steamed rice, Bulgogi is Korean style, barbecued beef with vegetables and it is probably one of my fa... [more]
I have been to Japan and I have enjoyed the cuisine immensely but I have a firm, fast rule; I only eat sushi in Japan. ... [more]
What a tasty little snack this was. Today I tried Nando's 'Pequenos Mini Pita' for lunch and found it to be as tasty... [more]
What a tasty little snack this was. Today I tried Nando's 'Pequenos Mini Burger', for lunch and found it to be very ... [more]
If anyone has ever wondered about the arch on abutment of the Victoria bridge, it is a short remnant of tram track and a... [more]
Ben Salter formed self proclaimed 'intelligent hard rock' outfit Giants Of Science in the late nineties, who have thus f... [more]
Amici Deli is an Authentic Italian Delicatessen and Espresso bar and has probably the most talented barista in Brisb... [more]
Little Stanley Street South Brisbane Queensland 4101 South Bank has always been a meeting place for the traditional ... [more]
The Nepal Peace Pagoda at South Bank in Brisbane, Australia. ... [more]
The Hi-Fi Brisbane in West End is a great live music venue where you can see gigs by established acts and even discover ... [more]
One of my favourite historic buildings in Brisbane. Brisbane Open House 2011 provided an opportunity to see and explore ... [more]
01/10/2011
Newstead Park is home to Newstead House; Brisbane’s oldest surviving residence, located on the Breakfast Creek bank of t... [more]
Looking for a good park in which to play? Bradbury Park, located on Batten and Lawley Streets and Kitchener and R... [more]
How beautiful does the old Treasury Building look with these new lights? I was enchanted as I walked across the Victo... [more]
Salmonella Dub plays Brisbane Freak Controller Madness Salmonella Dubs, supported by Tijuana Cartel, are back... [more]
15/10/2011
Coffee culture in Australia may be popular but it is truly astonishing how many people don't know a good cup from a bad ... [more]
MYO YOUR LUNCH, YOUR WAY Located at 359 Queen Street, Brisbane is a great little spot to grab lunch when you ... [more]
Brisbane Open House is a free-of-charge event, providing residents and visitors with the rare opportunity to discover th... [more]
The Chermside Bowls Club, or Club Chermside, plays host to the free 888 Texas Hold'em Poker tournament on Wednesday... [more]
The Second Boer War Source: Wikipedia Fought from 11 October 1899 until 31 May 1902 between the British Empire an... [more]
In response to the question 'Where is the Best Coffee in Brisbane?', I answered that I thought it could be found at ... [more]
Out snapping photos during 'Brisbane Open House' today. The Old Treasury Casino is just an awesome landmark in the centr... [more]
Living in Brisbane, we can often take this beautiful city of ours for granted. There are those of us who feel that we mi... [more]
Based on the teachings found within the Zhuan Falun (Turning the Law Wheel) by Mr Li Hongzhi, is the paramount work of F... [more]
The Shrine of Remembrance is a major landmark in Brisbane. It holds cultural, architectural and historic importance and ... [more]
Martial Arts in Brisbane "Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop h... [more]
The Brisbane City Hall, situated adjacent King George Square in Brisbane City, is a fantastic building and the centrepie... [more]
The Brisbane City Hall, situated adjacent King George Square in Brisbane City, is a fantastic building and the centrepie... [more]
Flamenco Guitarist, Concert performer and Composer QSM Live will be showcasing some of Brisbane's best emerging ar... [more]
07/10/2011 - 09/10/2011
Formed in 1991, the Chorus originally comprised of eleven members. They placed fourth in their first shot at the Nationa... [more]
The word Spiegeltent is Dutch for 'mirror' tent and currently King George Square, Brisbane is home to The Courier Mail S... [more]
03/09/2011 - 24/09/2011
Camaron de la Vega brought a jaw dropping set of chops to bear, playing a soul warming fusion of flamenco and gypsy jazz... [more]
Cafe Siena, located at Westfield Shopping Centre Chermside, offers a myriad of scrumptious choices on their menu, bo... [more]
The Brisbane City Hall, situated adjacent King George Square in Brisbane City, is a fantastic building and the centrepie... [more]
Camaron de la Vaga - Bringing jaw dropping chops to bear, playing a soul warming fusion of flamenco and gypsy jazz guita... [more]
03/09/2011 - 24/09/2011
Brisbane City Hall under lights - Brisbane Festival 2011 - Taken by Stephen de Jager... [more]
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