Friday, May 26, 2017

Friday Favs – Week 14

Pop Up Globe – Much Ado About Nothing

On a cold (COLD) rainy Saturday night Mark and I went to see ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ at Auckland’s Pop Up Globe theatre.

It is funny to think that at the beginning of March this year I saw the replica Globe Theatre in London and then we went to Ellerslie. We will be going again!

Sarah Sapora’s You Tube Clip is Amazing!

Our Cats and Snap Chat Filters

Can I get a “hell yeah” about amazing Snap Chat filters? Even when my skin is turning to shite, these make me feel like I have perfect skin.

Also, our cats. I love them to bits. Totally special babies!

My clients

Honestly, I love my work clients. One sent me photos of his fur-kid family…they have ducks, goats, Alpacas, sheep. It just strengthens my resolve about wanting to have a lifestyle block.

The other client when through a checkpoint while I was on the phone on handsfree. It took every ounce of will-power to keep quiet. I desperately wanted to say “good thing to know he is not day drinking officer”.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Friday Favs – Week 13


I am so bad at regularly updates. I cannot even seem to manage a weekly Friday favs! *eye roll*

I could probably quite easily write a Friday non-Fav’s!

Pasta Wednesday

I discovered Carli after a Insta-Friend posted a picture of her dinner about 3 weeks ago. This is our second week of ordering from Pasta Wednesday and it has been fantastic. Fresh, nourishing pasta once a week. What could be better than that?? Find Carli on Facebook or Instagram.

Otter Memes

I just cannot get enough of these! There is one for every occasion.

A Blog About Friendship

One of my besties shared this amazing blog written by Monique from Dressing Up about friendships as an adult and when they end. Honestly, such a timely blog to read.


For the first time in about a decade and a half we finally have a sense of peace and freedom within our lives. It is amazing!

Working on Me

At the moment I have started seeing Casey from Funky Forest who is a nutritionist from Australia and this kind of compliments what I am doing in counseling. It is a long road and a great/sometimes hard journey.