So here we are again with a round up of a few small pleasures of the week. I talked about … More
The daily walk just now is punctuated by early sunlight shining through the leaves of the trees, of the sounds of birds, and by new sights each day.
When you live somewhere, you often take a lot of things for granted. I sometimes forget how privileged I am to be able to walk to work through the Botanic Gardens and part of Thorndon on my way to work.
So here we are at the end of another week and time to take a look back at the week’s small pleasures.
Wellington is home to a burgeoning group of laneways, those small streets that give people an alternative route through a city, cutting through between busy streets and offering opportunities to create communities of small businesses, homes and places to gather.
Sunday – a day of rest, a day of rejuvenation, a day to get things done or a day to … More
So here we are again with a round up of the simple things that brought pleasure this week, which began … More
We’ve been to Napier three times for weekend breaks, and have enjoyed it every time. It’s a great place to … More
Well, you can really tell it is autumn in the northern hemisphere as all the new series start up, whether that be on terrestrial television, Netflix or whatever. For us of course it is spring, but the longer days haven’t stopped us from evenings of viewing. It was also a month for some good reading and listening. Anyway, here is a roundup of October’s media consumption.
A week that began with the Labour Day holiday on Monday, and ended with a weekend in Napier, is no bad week.