Long Haul with a Baby: Little Wayfarer’s Hints and Experiences

What: Β Long haul flight from Melbourne to London How long: Car (4) + Flight (7) + Layover (3) + Flight (8) + Layover (1) + Flight (7) + Car (2) = 32 travel hours. Layovers: Brunei, Dubai Who with: Royal Brunei Airlines Rating? 9/10 Bub age: 6 months Difficulty rating: 2/10 Last month, the Wayfarer […]

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The Anti-creative Art of Simultaneous Procrasti-reading, Facebook-lurking, Pinterest-covetting, Insta-resenting & multi-tabbed browsing…And how it is hindering our potential.

Right at this very moment, I have three tabs open on my Macbook, seven tabs open on my iMac, 21 tabs open on my phone, and Netflix is on standby from an episode of Gossip Girl I am watching. Hey!? *Feeling your judgy eyes*Β I’m only watching the first season!… …Okay I lied. I’m watching the […]

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Hiking with a Baby: How to love it and do it again and again

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If you would love to know how to go hiking with a baby, or are curious to know how to bush walk with a baby, you have come to the right blog. Our family loves hiking and bushwalking. We have hiked all over different parts of the world, always searching for great views, historical sights […]

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How Does a Normal Woman do the Pregnancy Thing?

Deep down, I am under no disillusion that I will ever be a Supermum. Sure I might imagine walking around a parkΒ with my fashionable nappy-bag, pushing my lightweight supremely-engineered pram with coffee holder, and decaf soy sitting neatly alongside a trendy waterbottle, with other goods showing I am ridiculously organised. My baby will never cry […]

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Photojournalist Steve McCurry: The Interview

Article as seen in GROOVE KOREA   In a career spanning some three decades, Steve McCurry has seen and experienced more than most of us will in a lifetime. He has worked in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Cambodia, Burma and many other countries, boldly capturing images of civil wars in the Middle East, the devastation […]

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Hiking Australia’s Highest Peak: Kosciuszko

Hiking Mt Kosciuszko and visiting Kosciuszko National Park has been on John and I’s to-do list for a while. This past Easter weekend we took to the opportunity to hike Australia’s highest peak, and discover this rugged and remote corner of our continent. Mt Kosciuszko Summit Walk details: Distance: 18km Hiking time: 3-6 hours (dependent […]

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