My top 10 favourite doTerra oils to take when travelling.
When we heard chia was a superfood, high in omega 3 and great for the brain, we jumped on the band wagon and put in my daughters oats every morning. Combined with reflux and our "normal" regular periods of congestion resulting in bringing up the contents of her stomach, we had quite a lot of… Continue reading Pro tip: the simplest way to clean chia seeds
This summer has been particularly bad with flies and mozzies. We recently moved to a new house with floor boards that have little gaps so I've long given up trying to keep the place mozzie/ant/spider free (haven't yet invested in pest control). Needless to say, the kids have had a lot of mozzie/ant/spider bites this year.… Continue reading Itchy Bites – essential oil blend
Community inclusion and the importance of building social capital for people with disability, based on notes from workshop with Al Condeulci
Spaghetti bolognaise is the first dish my mum taught me to make from scratch when I first moved out of home, so it's one of the few dishes that I can do without a recipe and know how to adjust. Normally it's on the stove but with the addition of two expensive appliances in my… Continue reading Recipe: quick one pot spaghetti bolognaise
I've been through a few different version of charging stations after seeing pretty boxes that hide a plethora of cables and power boards exposing only the cables you need. While it looks nice on pintrist, in reality we simply plug in what we need when we need it. My husband likes to unplug things that… Continue reading Life hack: labels for charging station
Being a special needs mum, one of the challenges when it comes to travelling with my daughter, who has epilepsy, is working out how to bring medication and keeping it cool. When you are on multiple medications to be taken at certain times of the day it helps to have everything pre-prepared. We usually bring… Continue reading Life hack – pre measure medicines