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.
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.
So here we are again with a round up of the simple things that brought pleasure this week, which began … More
It’s time again for this week’s small pleasures, a way of focussing the mind on the little things that bring a smile to the face.
Phew! It is Friday! Having coughed and sneezed through the week, taken a trip to Nelson and not got as much sleep as I would like, I finally feel I have some time to catch up with myself. So, what went on this week?
While lots of bloggers in the northern hemisphere are writing about autumn, pumpkins, leaves falling off trees and getting cosy, down here we are in the process of celebrating spring.
I was at Pilates this evening, stretching out my stressed and tight limbs, when I realised I had that scratchy … More
So, here we are, at the end of another week, and a time to reflect on those little things that … More
World of Wearable Art is a unique stage show and international competition held here in Wellington. It is hard to … More