Paul, the blogger at The Captain’s Speech, looks back on four years of blogging. via “I Learned How to Write From My Heart” — Discover
I've just finished reading The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee, and it was one of those books that made me feel really upset when I finished it. I honestly didn't want it to end. The good news? The sequel comes out September 7th and it can't come soon enough! The novel is set in Manhattan … Continue reading The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee
As you may have read on my previous post, Lex and I have recently returned from a two week trip to New York. We were there for a friends wedding and because we had only visited NY recently, we decided to stop over in San Francisco on our way there to break up the trip … Continue reading Save me San Francisco
Lex and I have just arrived home after a two week trip to New York. We've only just visited the Big Apple a little over a year ago, so this trip we got the chance to step away from the touristy things that the city has to offer and instead focus on the small things. … Continue reading Embracing the small things
I'm the first to admit I'm a lady of phases - I became intensely obsessed with something for a while and then I switch to the next thing. At the moment my phase is reading. I've always enjoyed reading but sometimes I enjoy it more than other times. With life so busy at the moment … Continue reading Nantucket Sisters by Nancy Thayer
It’s not every day you get to be on top of the world, but today I was. Well, maybe not the very top, but at least the top of the Bay of Naples, towards the southern tip of Italy. Today was the day that I walked up to the crater of Mount Vesuvius. This volcano … Continue reading I’m on the top of the world and looking down on creation
Newflash! Greenwich Lane has purchased an apartment! After countless weeks of open homes to inspect and dealing with pesky real estate agents, we finally found 'the one'. A beautiful one bedroom apartment in the heart of our favourite city, Sydney. We get the keys in a month so lots of packing and organising before that … Continue reading Greenwich Lane finds a home!
It’s difficult to know for sure, but the warmth of summer must surely be just around the corner. And, well, even if it isn’t, there’s a certain purity to be enjoyed when tucking into a light, yet surprisingly hearty, couscous dish such as this. Pomegranate, perhaps to my detriment, isn’t an ingredient I’ve experimented with… via … Continue reading Pomegranate and Lemon Couscous
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. source: Albert Einstein image: Eddie’s Garden, Eddie’s Photos, Gardenia Flowers May 2015 via Everything is a Miracle — Eddie Two Hawks
“An evening meditation could be as simple as
quietly remembering something good from your day or your life –
even something as basic as a smile from a stranger,
a piece of fresh fruit or a soft pillow.
Remembering and feeling grateful is a wonderful way to end your day….”
~ Paul S. Boynton
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