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Short breaks to help rejuvenate bushfire affected areas near Sydney

The next long weekend is approaching and it’s a chance for us to help communities that were badly affected by the bushfires. This fire season was awful. We saw towns and communities devastated by the searing fires around them. But we also saw a rise in the great Australian spirit. Of people rallying together, saying “how can we help”. … Read the full post »

What’s on in Sydney this February 2020

Looking for something to do in Sydney this February? Well, the good news is, there’s lots on. From Mardis Gras to Mika, we’ve put together a list of things to do. Mardi Gras The annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival starts on Friday, February 14 and … Read the full post »

How to save water in times of water restrictions

Sydney has been under level 2 water restrictions since November. This means that: Gardens can only be watered before 10 am or after 4 pm with a watering can or bucketSmart drip irrigation systems may only be used for 15 minutes before 10 am or after 4 pmThe use of unattended hoses is no … Read the full post »

Healthy lunch ideas for when you’re on the go

When you’re trying to be healthy but living life on the go, it can sometimes be difficult to eat healthily. That’s why, we’ve put together some of our quick, go-to lunches for when we’re either out and about, or just needing to grab something quickly at home or in the office. Bean, feta, cucumber, tomato … Read the full post »

Easy and super healthy breakfasts

It’s the new year and with that comes the new health goals. So, if one of your goals is around healthier eating, then we have some handy ideas for super healthy, super easy breakfasts. And if you’re already super healthy, these could be some new flavours for you to enjoy each morning to set you up properly for … Read the full post »

20 things to do in Sydney this January 2020

Whether you’re in the midst of school holidays, just taking a well-earned break, or finding things to do in between work, we’ve put together a list of 20 things to do this January 2020. They’re all based in and around Sydney so you won’t have to travel far. Just take your pick and enjoy yourself…. Read the full post »

Where to watch the Sydney New Year’s Eve fireworks 2020

Image credit @cityofsydney Sydney is renowned for its New Year’s Eve celebration on the Sydney Harbour. It’s a colourful and exciting display that people to travel from all over to see live. This year is set to be no exception with the night of entertainment starting at 6.50 pm. The evening includes a traditional Aboriginal Welcome to Country and smoking … Read the full post »

Where to watch a Christmas Carol concert in Sydney 2019

We don’t know about you, but we’re starting to get quite excited about Christmas. Work is coming to a close, the kids are off school, so now it’s time to finish off the Christmas shopping and start putting the finishing touches to the holiday plans. That’s why we started looking for Christmas carols. Because nothing gets you in the mood quite like a … Read the full post »

Looking at Local – Macleay on Manning Christmas window display

We tend to get quite excited about Christmas, especially as we start to see the lights and Christmas decorations go up around our beloved Potts Point. It really helps everyone to get into the Christmas spirit, and one shop which does it so wonderfully is Macleay on Manning. Every year they put together a … Read the full post »

How to make a small room appear bigger

If you have a home full of smaller rooms, or just one tiny room in a house, you may love the coziness of it or hate the containment of it. Whatever your feelings are towards a small room, the good news is there are things you can do to make it appear bigger. Some are clever tricks, some … Read the full post »

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