Monthly Archives: June 2011

Why do we live in a fairytale?

Where do we all get the idea that we want to have lots of money and a big house? How did it come about that is what we aspire for in life from the time we are very young? It’s … Continue reading

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Half Time – New Year’s Resolutions Score…

I think if you are going to have ridiculous new years resolutions you need to make sure you keep to them! In follow up to my boring-arse previous blog I’ve decided to double up with a slightly more interesting / … Continue reading

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Not Travelling (i.e. moving) But Travelling

Hola Chicas, saludas de SurAmerica! Well almost on my way toSouth Americabut for now – officially bored… already. Memories of the transport and visa travel game have come flooding back – days spent at remote border posts, stress of having … Continue reading

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A Sad Day to be Happy

Once upon a Global Poverty Project time in a not far away place inMelbourne(if you are already in Melbourne or far away if you are not inMelbourne) … I arrived in Melbourneon almost this day two years ago from Aotearoa … Continue reading

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Why are Cemeteries so Dead?

I am a celebrator of life and lives… I wish every cemetery was a place that had BBQ spots, chairs, tables and other party facilitating items. This morning I woke early so decided to jump out of bed and walk … Continue reading

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Live Below the Line – Changing Worlds

Live Below the Line CAN change the world and WILL change your world The Live Below the Line challenge is so good on so many levels. Some challenges are great like Movember, Febfast, 40 Hour Famine etc but they don’t … Continue reading

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