Posts Tagged ‘children’
How can I measure my health?
After 30 years (OMG I sound old) in the health industry I have seen a range of testing methods done to determine someone’s health. But never seen anything like hair testing. In this post I am going to show you how a hair test works and demonstrate a case study. First, let’s discard the hospital…Read More
Showing Kids How Much Sugar There is in Coke!
Following our “pupil-free-day”at Wet and Wild theme park last Monday I was mortified at the wide spread acceptance of Coke and over the top promotions. I was determined , in my own little ripple pond of influence, to show parents and kids, that the sugar in coke is crazy high and SHOULD NOT BE GIVEN…Read More
Ice Skating on the Gold Coast
Ice Skating on the Gold Coast Winter has set in on the Gold Coast and the kids and I are looking for activities to do. I suggest ice skating and the kids leap at the idea. It doesn’t sound right does it? A mecca for surfing, sunbaking and bush walking, the Gold Coast attracts people…Read More
The Planting Festival – a time to nurture nature
What a wanderlust weekend playing with my children and hanging out in Woodfordia, planting trees! A fun WET weekend (apparently the first wet Planting in 18 years)!? We pitched our tents in the rain on Friday night and head into the festival to try to make the most of the night. The kids are immediately…Read More
Danny's best priced buffet Coolangatta Tweed
Not being a big fan of buffets, I went to Danny’s Family Buffet as surprise for the children and with no real expectation. I was pleasantly surprised! A family run business this restaurant is a land mark on the Cooly-Tweed boundary. Located inside the club house at Tweed Heads the open aired restaurant doesn’t try to be a…Read More
The blind orphanage Kathmandu
Today was a very moving day visiting a blind orphanage outside of Kathmandu, Nepal. I am in Nepal for a couple of weeks to help out after the earthquake in 2015 and to help out in general. I was over in 2013 and became involved with a not for profit charity that assisted women and…Read More
Work Hat to Mummy Hat Without the Hormone EXPLOSION!
Life has thrown me many curl balls over the years but none so tricky as the role of parenthood and the transitions from parenting to other roles and vice versa. The energy and mental state that is required by most work environments are driven by outputs and time frames. This is very different to the…Read More