Top 10 emergency foods to have on hand

This article was written for the Coronavirus where many countries are struggling and their people might be in a lockdown. The lockdowns last about 6-8 weeks. In Australia we are really lucky that our lockdowns involve trips to the supermarket But here is our list. You can mix and match the foods that you haveContinue reading “Top 10 emergency foods to have on hand”


Why processed foods are bad for you

We talk about why processed foods are bad for you In the US and UK obesity is at all time high. Earlier this week I watched a new report about people in Melbourne’s low income suburbs buying all these junk food as the supermarkets price them pretty cheap. It is the same in 7/11. AllContinue reading “Why processed foods are bad for you”

Three ways to spread kindness online

This is an ad supported by the Red Shield Appeal I was inspired by Creative Impact Co to write about spreading kindness online. During the Covid season millions of people have lost their jobs and charities are stretched to the brink with needy people. So here are three ways to spread kindness Compliment someone. AContinue reading “Three ways to spread kindness online”


This article is mainly for the people that work at home. Many office workers are working from home and have no idea how to manage their time and tasks wisely. Everyone goes through that stage. And for me during the Covid phase it was easier for me to keep playing games rather than study. It’sContinue reading “Procrastination”

Fruitcake using the items in the Woolworths basic box

The Woolworths Basics box is $80 and it includes all the basic needs for a weekly shop. You can buy in online for people that are vulnerable such as the elderly and people on low incomes. The delivery fee is included. Here when I saw that mixed fruits and sugar and flour were included IContinue reading “Fruitcake using the items in the Woolworths basic box”

Why having a balanced lifestyle is important

I got the idea from KIHT Collective who says that we should not be counting calories but macros. In this day and age we should not be obsessed over weight. And we should not be obsessed about going to the gym all the time. Its ok to miss a few sessions and work at yourContinue reading “Why having a balanced lifestyle is important”

Mental Health Awareness week

Last week was Mental Health Awareness week. During the Coronavirus people had become really anxious. This came at such a good time as people are worried about their finances and losing their jobs. So here’s how my week went Monday: Did lots and lots of weeding which was good for the mind. Afterwards whilst IContinue reading “Mental Health Awareness week”

Its Ok to not be ok during the Covid times

We are not alone. This article was produced for Mental Health Month in recognition of Coronavirus. A Current Affair has posted a video about mental health and the support that you can get from it. As lockdown restrictions ease people are fearful of going out because the risk of Coronavirus is high for people thatContinue reading “Its Ok to not be ok during the Covid times”

National Burger day: a homemade recipe

Next Thursday the 28th is National Burger day. Whilst we wouldn’t be allowed out due to Coronavirus restrictions, you can still have a burger at home. A homemade burger with a fried egg is about 300-450 calories depending on what’s in there. You could do a vegetarian Lentil burger or you could do the standardContinue reading “National Burger day: a homemade recipe”

A day in the life of lockdown

Now that we are home more often, here is our Work at Home schedule. On weekends it is family and housework time hence this schedule doesn’t work then. This is my weekday schedule 830am- I wake up, have breakfast and check my phone. I usually have tea with breakfast 10am- usually doing Crosstitch or readingContinue reading “A day in the life of lockdown”

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