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I love hiking, travel, photography, art, and looking for peaceful places in a busy cityscape

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My WeekendNotes - 22
Herbs have been used for thousands of years to provide medicinal and healing purposes. Brewing herbs into a tea is an ea... [more]
07/08/2019
As more people become aware of the nasty chemical ingredients in everyday toothpaste, shampoo, hair conditioner, deodora... [more]
11/07/2019 - 11/06/2019
If you want to follow the latest foodie trends, then you must add hemp to your shopping list. Not only is hemp sold lega... [more]
31/07/2019
Have you ever wondered how cheese is made? And did you know you can make your own at home? You can learn the secrets of ... [more]
03/07/2019
With some expert guidance, you can create a unique living sculpture to decorate your home or add to the garden. Melissa... [more]
Exquisite hand loomed sarees, stoles, and dupattas (long scarves) will be on display and sale at Kay Collections' "The E... [more]
21/06/2019 - 23/06/2019
My first venture into Marcia's on Montague was a sensory overload and I mean that in a positive way. As I pushed open ... [more]
Exquisitely crafted Japanese kimonos, jackets and accessories can be found in a tiny retail outlet in Paddington's iconi... [more]
With just a slim window of opportunity to have a rummage at St Augustine's monthly two-hour jumble sale, it was with gre... [more]
When time and space are lacking but you yearn for a bit of greenery, a miniature Japanese garden may be the answer. With... [more]
The art of kokedama (a moss ball planter) involves wrapping the roots of a plant with soil and moss then binding it into... [more]
Mappins is a plant nursery and aquarium right under the noses of Brisbane's inner city dwellers. And I suspect that many... [more]
On the eve of Mother's Day, a cultural event to celebrate Fijian women will be launched in Brisbane. The inaugural event... [more]
11/05/2019
Denim lovers will be delighted to know that they can extend the life of old jackets and jeans by jazzing them up with pe... [more]
04/05/2019
You can learn how to transform a stack of old vinyl records into art pieces during a fun paint-and-sip evening. Best of ... [more]
27/04/2019
If you're a fan of op shops like me, finding a brand new one always makes the heart flutter with excitement. The A-frame... [more]
Whether you are new to Brisbane, have lived here for yonks, or are a born-and-bred local, there's a plethora of interest... [more]
If you've been hunting around for ingredients to add "oomph" to your culinary repertoire, you should consider paying a v... [more]
Good fish and chip shops are few and far between these days as many have been replaced by gourmet burger joints or dumpl... [more]
Whether you're looking for a bargain or simply to replace a broken household item or to find an out-of-print book to rea... [more]
The Woodridge-based Global Foods Markets is a veritable melting pot of food and cultural groups. It is made up of an ext... [more]
Whether it's kale or coffee, you'll find it at Kuraby Farmers Markets without fighting the crowds. This hidden ge... [more]