Posts in the Category: Healthy life

52 Weekend Microadventures to try from Perth

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Camping & Cycle Perth & Day trips from Perth & Featured & Healthy life & Hiking & Walking & Microadventure Perth & western australia on December 27th 2016 5 Comments Microadventure-perth

In the spirit of new experiences, the running theme for this list is outdoors, nature, wildlife and positive challenges. Also, a few coffee breaks slipped in for good measure.  52 outdoor activities and micro adventures to try from Perth, so that is one every weekend for an entire year. A little trip may give you the same …

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Exploring the Benefits of Sauna Sessions

Posted in - Healthy life on November 26th 2016 2 Comments spa-slider-2000x1072-sauna-steam-lounge (1)

In this fast moving world of blurred health truths, calorie counting, slim is healthy, strong is a better healthy, medical research politics and pseudo health busters, I am going to ask a simple yes or no question – Do you sweat regularly? Yes, I genuinely want to learn if you have a good sweat! Because …

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Star Swamp Reserve, Western Australia

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Day trips from Perth & Healthy life & Hiking & Walking on November 3rd 2016 2 Comments Star-Swamp-Paperbark

Escaping a weekend overthrown by some repetitive and boring book keeping, we hopped in the car late on Sunday afternoon for a drive along the ocean coast to Star Swamp Reserve.

Located in the northern suburbs of North Beach and Watermans Bay, the reserve of close to 100 acres was sectioned off many years ago and …

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My Backyard: Red Wattle Bird

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Healthy life & Perth, Australia & Travelling Me & western australia & Wildlife & Wildflowers on September 8th 2016 0 Comments Red-Wattle-Honey-Eater-Perth

Over the weekend we discovered a disorientated baby bird in the backyard. The parent’s fervent attempts to coax the tiny fledgling to fly up to the nearest tree branch was failing miserably and the sun fast fading. We looked on for a while not wanting to interfere and risk the parents abandoning the baby altogether.

Eventually …

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Holidaying like it was 1990 in Western Australia

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Camping & Great Southern & Healthy life & Microadventure Perth & South West & Southern forests & Travelling Me & western australia & Wheatbelt on July 30th 2016 0 Comments Fishing

Early childhood holidays were in a remote beach hut community, surrounded by sand dunes, daily encounters with kangaroos and emus, and stories of a haunted hut. I made it once to the window at night before hastily running away because the oil lantern and wood rocking chair freaked my wandering imagination into thinking a ghost would appear any minute. The …

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Increase nourishment and save money in the kitchen

Posted in - Healthy life & kitchen @ Home on July 27th 2016 0 Comments Apple-pie-healthy

A wave of change bought on by a couple of health issues washed me onto a path of searching for a stronger and genuinely healthier life. Over the year changes (all good!) were made in the kitchen and the way we eat in the household overall. Mostly eliminating the amount of processed foods we were consuming …

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Road racer for the first time + ride around Swan River

Posted in - Cycle Friendly Cafes & Cycle Perth & Healthy life & Microadventure Perth & Travelling Me on July 15th 2016 2 Comments Jacobs-Ladder

The best part of Perth’s winter for a cyclist, aside from the abundance of perfect sunny days is more importantly the drop in wind conditions. A window of opportunity for an enjoyable ride. Knowing this small fact makes the winter months a whole lot more fun and keeps us busy to say the least.  Lately, I’ve …

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Nature activities galore in Pemberton!

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Healthy life & Hiking & Walking & Mountain Bike/Cross Country & Southern forests on July 3rd 2016 2 Comments Pemberton-Bibbulmun-Track

Pemberton is located in the greater southern area of Western Australia’s south west. It’s a steady drive of around 4 hours from Perth and the highlight becomes the winding drive though some beautiful small country towns along the South West Highway. I couldn’t really tell you my favourite town because they are all worth stopping in …

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