📍Eardley Street, BRUCE Canberra- For those sending me DMs and comments about the exact location💕
This charming, pink body of water is gracing my pink/spring-themed feed today💕 Thanks to its algae?😬
I seriously hope that one day Canberra will be one of the world’s top tourist destinations because it’s definitely more than just Australia’s capital😅 Tap photo to show my home some love❤️
Came across a portal to Japan in Australia!🌸
Did you know that even though cherry blossom season can last for a month, from the time the first to the last tree blooms, each individual tree may only flower for about a week? So, if you see one today, make the most of it and savour its blooms.💖
600726 September, 2019
Super ready to get my Camera back out and start exploring and taking photos again 🥳📸 I don’t think my Camera has even seen the light of day in months😱, but I finally charged it up last night, and I’m ready to start going on little photography adventures again🌻💕🎉
1381029 July, 2019
Adding colour, lighting and textures to a room can go a long way in creating a sense of 'warmth' many want but don't know how to achieve.
And never be afraid of mixing colours.... the more the merrier. And don't get stuck on matching either - you don't want your home to be devoid of character.
The beautiful Colefax & Fowler range of fabrics (as shown here) are available through Manon & Moss... as are a myriad of sofas and armchairs which can be upholstered in a look and finish specific to your home.
Pretty accurate representation of last night’s ride with #thirstyworkcbr - great to ride some new spots around Canberra but we probably spent 90% of our time climbing over fences in the dark. Thanks to @tydomin for the snap and organising the ride, and a pleasure to meet some rad Canberra humans. . .
The reason why I chose my job In the hair industry over 29 years ago was to make women feel special and I loved doing hair.
I remember at the time I left school to follow my passion and dreams that the teacher told me I was too smart to be a hairdresser. He was wrong because I was smart enough to follow what I loved and wanted to do with my life. So I smiled and left school to follow my choice in life with my parent's love, blessing and full support.
My purpose in life was what I chose and that was uplifting and making women feel special. I still love my job, I absolutely made the right decision for me in my life. These days it involves a lot less hair as it gets taxing on the body as you get older. But I can still help by making women feel special with your boxes of products and haircare advice.
Follow your heart and your dreams always. I followed mine and it lead me to where I am today. Happy.
I absolutely love all the feedback I have been getting of late both published reviews or the private messages you have all sent. Thank you to all my beautiful customers that take time out of their day to do this.
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915 hours ago
Two of the best. The crunch of pork katsu with fresh carrots, cucumber and the creamy/chilli hit of kewpie mayo on a pillowy soft white bun. It is almost physically impossible to just have one, so we serve them as twins save needless embarrassment.
7135 hours ago
One of our bladesmiths, @fromholtz_knives, just finished a wedding gift we were commissioned to make.
Six hand-forged steak knives in a carved West Australian Jarrah box.
I’ve reviewed some really exceptional places and will continue to do just that but I’ve gotta say, there is a special place in my heart for Next Door. No matter the time or day they will reliably rustle you up the IDEAL #almondlatte 10/5 Hashtags
Never held a crochet hook before? 🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️ Then we have the PERFECT WORKSHOP for you next Saturday at a STUNNING JERVIS BAY VENUE! 🌊🌊🌊 Get away from it all at the stunning Bay & Bush Cottages, a brand new retreat in the bush at Woollamia, a stone's throw from Huskisson! 🌲🦔🌿 In this workshop you will learn the most commonly used stitches to get you started in crochet. Expert Crocheter Deanne Ramsay from @addydae_designs will show you the basics of working crochet in rows, starting with the simplest stitch and progressing to more challenging stitches as your confidence grows. 👏👏👏 You will learn: • How to chain (you can’t hook before you can chain!)
• Basic crochet stitch anatomy
• Deanne's tried and tested method for working into a starting chain
• The difference between US and UK terminology
• How to secure your work (fasten) and join a new colour (for striping) • How to weave in ends ✍🏽✍🏽✍🏽 By the end of the class you will have a stitch-sampler square that you can use to make a patchwork blanket, a hotpad, or even a scarf. Once you know what you're doing, the opportunities are endless! Deanne will also provide lots a take home handout with links so you can continue your crochet fun long after the class is over. 👊🏼👊🏼👊🏼 Tix and Special Offer on now: