In Pursuit

Books, blogs and bubblegum

· Loves and Losses ·

They say – Who are they? – that when you come back to doing something after taking a break, you shouldn’t dwell on the fact that you took a break. Well, guess by mentioning it I’ve just broken that rule…Moving on! This week I thought I’d share a little more about myself with you all…

Who Run the World?

· International Day of the Girl ·

Today, October 11 is the United Nations International Day of the Girl and to celebrate our awesomeness, highlight some of challenges girls face and to promote young female empowerment – that one day all girls can fulfil their dreams and accomplish their goals –ย The circle movement – a global movement of passionate, empowering women, who…

One Perfect Day in Margaret River

· A Queen's birthday public holiday road trip ·

I love a good road trip. I mean, who doesn’t? Good company, good music, all the snacks you can eat and all the coffee you can drink. And it doesn’t really matter where you’re heading. It’s all about the road ahead and the day is your’s to make of it as you will. Last Monday…

Blind Date with a Book

· The Sin Eater's Daughter: A Review ·

We all judge a book (and sadly some times other things) by its cover. But an awesome book could be lying in wait, hidden behind a cover or title that may simply not appeal to our personal liking. But just like anything good, you’ll never know if you don’t try. The purpose of “blind date…

3 ethically conscious Australian fashion bloggers you should be following

· Ethical and Sustainable Fashion ·

Low-cost, (and low-quality if you ask me) garments mean we are buying and disposing of more clothing than ever. Did you know that Australians are the world’s second largest consumers of textiles, buying an average of 27 kilograms of new clothing and other textiles each year. And when Australia alone produces about 500,000 tonnes of…