Month: May 2014

What I would say.

What I would say.

May 30, 2014

Dear teenage self, Right now, you are in such a hurry to grow up. You think that life will be so much easier when you are an adult and can make your own choices and decisions. Turns out making the right choices and decisions is a lot harder than you can imagine. You do eventually […]

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Feeding The Book Worm.

Feeding The Book Worm.

May 15, 2014

*This post was brought to you in partnership with Bookworld* Ever since I was a child, I have loved to read. I would spend hours on the weekends getting lost in books, and often sneakily read in bed until the wee hours of the morning. My love for books continued into adulthood. I can recall […]

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Life On The Spectrum ~ In Pictures.

Life On The Spectrum ~ In Pictures.

May 12, 2014

April was Autism Awareness month; and Autism: In Our Words put together a ‘photo a day’ challenge, to give a glimpse into every day life on the spectrum. I really enjoyed sharing insights into our world on Facebook and Instagram, so I thought I’d put it all together here in one place. Please feel free to share this post, and […]

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Paul Sadler Swimland Giveaway!

Paul Sadler Swimland Giveaway!

May 7, 2014

~Disclaimer- This post was sponsored by Paul Sadler Swimland, and features an AWESOME giveaway for Victorian and Townsville residents ~ When Milla was about six months old, we packed up our little unit in the ‘burbs, and made the big sea-change down to the Mornington Peninsula. We feel so blessed that we are able to […]

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The Window To My Soul.

The Window To My Soul.

May 1, 2014

My windows are broken, and the shards are tugging and tearing at my soul. Yesterday I had another haemorrhage in my eye, the worst I’ve had in a long time. (You can read more about my battle with Diabetic Retinopathy here) The blood has clouded my vision so badly, I can barely see. As usual, the […]

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