Archive for February, 2016

Prepare to have your tastebuds tingled – Good food month is here

October is a time for feasting in Sydney with The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month presented by Citi. There is an array of culinary deliciousness to choose from with the famous Sydney Night Noodle Markets, secret sensory dinners (sssh don’t tell anyone) and much much more. Take a look at the event program and see what takes your fancy.   Here’s a … Read the full post »

Tips to enhance your Vivid experience

Vivid Sydney is a festival of light, music and ideas. It runs for 23 days from 27 May – 18 June

The most important questions when choosing an agent

Where are you going to market my property? How are you going to market my property? These two questions are the two most important you can ask when choosing an agent. You want to ensure that as many prospective buyers as possible will see your home.  After all, the more people that see it … Read the full post »

Looking at local – The sparkle in Elizabeth Bay

[caption id="attachment_1051" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Hidden Gems by Sarah Hue-Williams[/caption] Elizabeth Bay has become a breeding ground of creativity and entrepreneurship with many small business start-ups and ‘one man bands’. The atmosphere is an inspiring mix of cosmopolitan and creative which seems to act as a muse for those with a killer idea. Sarah Hue-Williams … Read the full post »

Looking at local – Macleay on Manning

Walk into Manning and you’re instantly surrounded by the passion and love the owner Jill

What to ask the agent at an open home

What to ask the agent at an open home When buying a property, whether it’s your first or 15th, knowledge is always power. There are certain things the agent can help you with and other things they can’t. Knowing the right questions to ask will ensure you make the most out of the open home. Vicki Laing offers some help on how … Read the full post »

Looking at Local – Potts Point Bookshop

  Ok, I have a confession to make. Book stores are my weakness. I love nothing better than the smell of new books. If you’re anything like me, you’ll share my sadness when I tell you there aren’t many small, locally-owned bookstores left. Likewise, the joy I felt when I stumbled upon the literary nook that’s The Potts Point Bookshop. It was like … Read the full post »

Looking at local – Adora Healthy Living

In a world where conflicting health messages are everywhere, it’s really refreshing to walk into a shop and feel completely confident in the advice you’re receiving. One thing that’s clear is that they care. Dorota and Bob, a father and daughter team, are dedicated and passionate about what they do; so much so that they’ll even deliver supplements to … Read the full post »

Dining out in Potts Point over Easter

I’m sure, like many of us, you are looking forward to the sweetest long weekend of the year

Hosting the perfect summer soiree

[caption id="attachment_1043" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Add small finishing touches that bring the decor together[/caption]   The warmer temperatures have officially got us into a summer mood. And what better way to kick off the season than by hosting a little Sydney summer soiree for those you love. Hosting a soiree has the potential to get us a little bit flustered. From table settings to … Read the full post »

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