The Bread Social

I’m often asked, So you eat bread?. Yes, I eat bread. The next question, What bread do you eat? Nearly always sourdough and living in Byron Bay, I’m spoilt. Down the road, tucked away at The Farm in Ewingsdale are some of the best bread makers ever; The...

Picone Exotic Fruits

If you visit the Byron Bay, Mullumbimby or New Brighton Farmers Markets from October-May each year, you must stop and say hello to John and Lyndall Picone. Since eating their fruits, I find it hard to buy much from a store. Usually picked the day prior, you start to...

Marianne Williamson

So I have a kind of girl crush’ on Marianne Williamson. Her trilogy of A Return to Love, A Woman’s Worth and The Law of Divine Compensation are up there with the most inspiring books I’ve come across. I love her style as it’s honest,...

The Road Less Travelled

M.Scott Peck was a true pioneer; daring to traverse into a territory not many were crossing in his time. The Road Less Travelled is a classic now; described by the Washington Post as simply, Magnificent. This is another book I toyed with for many years before I was...

Dan Millman

I’m fascinated by numbers! Not the financial aspect of numbers (my brother got that skill in the family) but the esoteric numerology side. So it’s no surprise that at some point, I’d stumble across Dan Millman’s The Life You Were Born to Live...

The Red Tent by Anita Diamant

A must read for all women, this book so beautifully captures and describes a long-ago era of womanhood. A period of time so foreign to our daily lives, yet so appealing in many ways. There is great wisdom beneath the lines of this novel; wisdom we as modern day women...

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