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Choosing the Right Technology Device for School Use

Sponsored by Nuffnang “Can you put that date in my phone calendar please?”  I asked my daughter who was sitting in the car passenger seat across from me.  We were already on our way to the next stop and I knew if I didn’t put the appointment in, I would be liable to forget.  I [...]

Easy Dinner: Egg in The Basket

It was one of those nights when I had very little ingredients to work so I threw together egg in the basket and the kids loved it! The great thing about this one, is I used the left over bread shapes for the lunch box the next day, and I’ll show you how. Egg in [...]

Lunch Box Idea: Cheesy Toasted Sandwich Bites

I saved bread shapes from the Egg in the Basket I made for dinner to use in the lunch box the next day.   It makes for an interesting change from a regular sandwich in the lunch box. Ingredients Bread Grated cheese Tomato sauce (optional) 1. Cut bread shapes out of bread using a cookie [...]

Second Hand Shop Painting Activity

Second hand shops are filled with all sorts of finds.  It’s easy to find cheap prints and paintings which can be used  as a base for a painting activity.   It’s not about disrespecting the original artists work but recycling materials and creative inspiration.  Plus it’s a fun and cheap activity, especially great for older [...]

Egg Carton Nature Hunt

I did this particular sorting tray with my son and daughter in the backyard about 4 years ago, and I remembered it today.  I guess I’m missing those long days, just a little, when the younger kids weren’t at school at we had the time to meander more.   This is such a simple activity, [...]

Be Your Own Kind of Beautiful

To my girls: be your own kind of beautiful. 

Date, Oat & Coconut Choc Balls (nut free)

I make these as much for me as for the children’s lunch boxes.  I find them a great energy snack that ties me over to the next meal and you can find them popping up in my food diary over the last 7 weeks.   I do make these balls quite small though, because even [...]

2014 Health Challenge: Week 7 – A Dress

I haven’t worn this dress in years! Year! So it felt awesome to wear it the other day. Whoo hoo!  In the recent years, I’ve made small sustainable changes to the way I think, eat and move.  Following on from that, at the start of this year, I started a challenge with my group PT [...]

Mini Nutella Cupcakes: 3 Ingredients

These are rich to eat and easy & quick to make.  I make these mini cupcakes for an afternoon treat for the kids sometimes. I do recommend doing them in a mini cupcacke/muffin size rather than regular size because they are rich and delicious. Great for parties and that sort of thing too.   You [...]

Hello Robot-Mode.

5:30am – Alarm I don’t even beg the morning for more sleep. Swing my legs. Sit up. Walk to the stove top. Heat water for tea. Make lunches for school. “Good morning.” “Hello love.” “How did you sleep?” Hug the one that needs a lot of hugs. “Eat breakfast.” “Get ready for school.” “Yes, you [...]

Decorating Eggs: With a Temporary Tattoo

I did this with my children last year and they loved it! Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous.  Easter is a little while away, but I wanted to share this idea now because it’s an easy way to decorate eggs around Easter time (or any time really) and the end result is fan-tastic!  I usually look out for [...]


This — THIS — resonated with me so hard, and spoke to me so truly. I reminded me why I make a choice to weave these Love the Moment Moments into the every day. by William Martin

Pancake Recipe: 3 Ingredients

This pancake recipe is so easy, the kids can do it. There are only three ingredients. Ingredients 1 cup self raising flour 1 cup milk 1 egg Method 1. Whisk all ingredients together. 2. Cook pancakes to size over medium heat 3. Flip when golden. We usually cook our pancakes on the BBQ and they [...]

Pony in a Jar: Party Favour

A year or so ago — the kids and I created an Adventure Scene in a Jar — and it was a huge success (we still have them).  I used a similar concept for a craft station at my daughter’s pony-themed party . It was something cute for the kids to make and take home with them after [...]

Bento Laptop Lunch Box Review

I’ve been making school lunches for a decade now and over the years have tried many different lunch boxes, including Tupperware, Nude Food Movers and Decor. I’m writing this post because I get a lot of questions about the lunch boxes I use for my kids.   I had varying degrees of success with the [...]

2014 Health Challenge: Week 5-6 – Keep asking Why

I’m doing a health challenge with my group PT instructor Lauren from Phyzique to start 2014 off.  This challenge follows five years of slow sustainable progress and you can read more about this period of my life here:  Health & Fitness - Week 1 and a follow up in my food diary in Week 2 – 4. I’ve [...]

Coconut Bread Recipe (only 4 ingredients)

I’ve been making this coconut bread recipe since I was a child and now I make it with  my own kids.  Ingredients 1 Cup SR Flour 1 Cup Desiccated Coconut 1/2 Cup Sugar 3/4 Cup Milk Method 1. Gently combine all ingredients with  a large spoon. 2. Spoon into a well greased or lined loaf [...]

Favourite Crisp Bread Toppings

This is a sponsored post for Ryvita and Digital Parents Collective (S1 post) I’ve enjoyed Ryvita crisp bread for many years.  Recently, I’ve been keeping a food diary as part of a fitness challenge I’m doing, and you can see Ryvita popping up in my diet as a meal, snack or sprinkled on soup.  I really [...]

DIY Barbie Clothes (with paper & tape)

My daughters had a lot of fun creating clothes for their Barbies with decorative tape and paper.  Materials Paper Decorative Tape Scissors It’s as simple as shaping paper to size with scissors and using decorative tape to design and secure the outfit together. More ways to use decorative tape Party ideas A discovery box Decorate [...]

Frozen Yoghurt Bites

I’m always looking for after school snack idea for my children (there’s over 60 ideas here: After School Snack Ideas).  I served these frozen yoghurt bites with fruit last week and they were a hit.  They are delicious gobbled up on their own, or added to fruit salad. More Frozen Yoghurt Pops

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