According to National Geographic we each have 37.2 Trillion cells in our body. They turnover all the time, which is a nice way to say your cells die but new ones are created. I often look around towards the end of a class and wonder how many new cells my students have...
This is an intriguing Easter chocolate treat of choice for grown ups who appreciate a dense and fudgey brownie. The Guinness gives it a hit of bitterness- lovely – to bring a smile to any adult’s mouth!
Playing musical statues with my daughters last Sunday morning, I was having a great time dancing. Until the music stopped and I was pronounced out.
As I write to you from lockdown, we await the January 2nd announcement and watch the local health news. We are all missing the feelings of safety we had started to take for granted. Congratulations everyone for taking our lockdown so seriously and helping keep our community safe.
Homemade gifts always come with love don’t they? Fragrant and practical, create different sachets for good sleep, a moth detergent wardrobe or a Christmas theme.
December is such an interesting time. Here on the northern beaches we can feel a natural internal split – The need to be still, to feel free, while at the same time wanting to be out enjoying the summer weather and longer days.
It began with the need to know what was happening with the virus near me and around the world. I got into that terrible iPad habit of checking the news every single bedtime. Bedtime didn’t feel like bedtime til I got my news ‘fix’.
Freud asked this. Our men, sometimes exasperated, ask this. Often we know what we need, sometimes we might be unsure. Being completely honest I am too naturally impatient to enjoy most poetry. But I did love this piece by Glennon Doyle, a woman with a pretty interesting life story. Its totally works for you blokes too
Check out this recipe that is fun to do with the kids and is perfect for our new spring weather!
It has fruit sugars and just a touch of maple syrup but the oats stabilise everything.