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2021 – A Year in Review Part 2

I hit publish on the first part of my recap of 2021 a few weeks ago and as I started, so I'll finish with the second instalment, just in the nick of time! So before 2022 rolls around, here's 2021 a [Read More]

2021 – A Year in Review Part 1

If 2021 was a running event, I think it would be an ultra marathon and I for one, would be limping to the finish line! I thought 2020 was a bit of a doozy but it felt like that was just the warm [Read More]

2020 A Year in Review – Part 2

2020 has been quite a ride so it seems only fitting in the last post of the year that I'm taking a look back on the year that was. If you're a regular round here, you'll have already caught up on [Read More]

2020 – A Year in Review Part 1

As 2020 draws to a close, I'm taking a trip down Memory Lane and reflecting on the year that was, and it's a tale of two parts. With bushfires and a global pandemic (and that's just for starters,) [Read More]

2019 – A Year in Review Part 2

Last week I looked back on the first half of 2019 with a year in review and  here I am back with part 2. As I've started, so I'll finish! Spoiler alert - puppy spam and a whole lot of [Read More]

2019 – A Year in Review Part 1

I have the world's worst memory. I can barely remember what I did yesterday, never mind about earlier in the year. That's why blogging is such a bonus for me because when I can't remember when or [Read More]

101 Things in 1001 Days – A Review

Truth be told, 1009 days have passed since I wrote my list of 101 Things in 1001 Days, my current list "expired" on 29 September but I've been busy reviewing the old list and writing a new one because [Read More]

New Year, Old Me

Photo by Jan Tinneberg on Unsplash I'm not really a fan of new year nor it's resolutions. I can't understand why I have to wait for a whole new year to start when I get a new beginning every [Read More]

New Year, No Word

I feel like such a rebel because I have neither a word for the year, nor do I have a resolution. Not even one! This is partly because I have commitment issues - the idea of choosing one word [Read More]