Review of Simple Happy Kitchen: An Illustrated Guide for Your Plant-Based Life

Recently I had the chance to read Simple Happy Kitchen by Miki Mottes and loved it. Simple Happy Kitchen- originally part of a Kickstarter campaign, Is not a recipe book (although there are a few recipes included in it) but a fun, creative, informative, beautifully illustrated guide to plant-based eating. There is an overload of … More Review of Simple Happy Kitchen: An Illustrated Guide for Your Plant-Based Life

Our monthly rhythm- a visit to the library (for Readers, Seasonal books and story books)

Hi there, Over the weekend we visited the library (we now go once a month) and chose some Seasonal books (Winter here in Australia), some general stories books and some Readers for both my 4.5 and 6.5 year old. We have put away our Miss Rhonda’s Readers and BOB Books for now and have chosen … More Our monthly rhythm- a visit to the library (for Readers, Seasonal books and story books)

Children’s book rotation including reference books

In need of a change, my children and I rotated their reference books and swapped over some of their reading books. There was no need to buy or borrow any new books at this point. Simply swapping some out, always seems to spark new interest.ย  Reference books on display; Children’s Discovery Atlas by Anita Ganeri … More Children’s book rotation including reference books

Latest Read- The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo

I have just finished re-reading The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up- The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing for the last time before passing it onto a friend who is very keen to read about her popular tidying method. Marie Kondo is a mother of two, a decluttering and organizing consultant and author. I wish … More Latest Read- The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo