One of the best motivational and inspiring leaders out there, Kerryn Vaughan, asked me to chat with her on her podcast, which is all about motivating people to get up off the bench and achieve great thingsShe's had so many amazing guests, and is an amazing person herself. Add her podcast to your listen list. I really enjoyed laughing and chatting with her and I hope you enjoy her podcast.
I was recently very excited to receive an invitation to talk on The Gut-Mind Collective Podcast, with my good friend Merryn in East Gippsland, about having coeliacs disease and the role my kitchen garden played in helping recover.
I am joining a group of 20 women from across Gippsland and Bass Coast hiking to the Wilsons Promontory Lighthouse to raise money to sponsor women in Gippsland through the Go Girls Foundation unique 5 month program.
When masses of random people come together to do anything in a unified fashion, the results can be pretty epic. When the Australian social organisation called "Pub Choir", which invites hundreds of people to sing together in harmony, was faced with the Coronavirus pandemic and social distancing, it decided to take the choir online so we could all sing from a social distance.
Professional Gippsland photographer, Alison Landmeter, recently received two silver awards for her local newborn images and has now also qualified for the National Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) Awards to be held later in the year.
The rural farming town of Thorpdale has just held its second bi-annual "Thorpdale Potato Festival," a festival which began initially in 1977 and has been revived with great success by the community in 2015, which of course celebrates the humble potato. After a stormy morning, the skies cleared and the many many potato related events began. Thorpdale's festival is reminiscent of the proper traditional country show, with plenty of wholesome and fun activities for all ages, mostly spud related of...