When an actual (Champagne) champagne maker visits Perth for the first time, you go. Here’s my lighthearted account of An Evening with Olivier Bonville from Champagne Franck Bonville, Champagne Franck Bonville, for Weekend Notes. Thanks to Howard Park Wines for making the event possible (and the great banter!) and The Shorehouse for hosting.
Oh hey 2019, I see you… almost! The ride that has been 2018 has whizzed along so fast – even with a six-week break in the middle to go on an even bigger ride across Alaska and Canada to celebrate my 10-year wedding anniversary. W’hoo! It whizzed along with all the expected twists and turns
Ahhhh, social media. Isn’t it wonderful… And yet sometimes not… I recently wrote an article for Roooar Magazine, Use Social Media to Empower Not Disempower, about my love/loathe relationship with social media. It’s different for personal and business, but I use it in ways that suit me for each rather than feeling compelled to be
Client: Ouwens Casserly Projects The brief: Adelaide-based property developer Ouwens Casserly Projects was looking for website copywriting and editing services for its new sustainable urban development, Third Avenue. After some interstate phonecalls and emails to consolidate the brief, Little pink typewriter got typing. It was a super-tight timeframe, but we got there! I wrote/edited keyword-driven copy for
In four short months our family of four has gone to three, now two. For more than fifteen years you and Madra have been our constant. For more than fifteen years we’ve had the jingle-jangle of collars, and the sound of claws on floors. Every morning. Every night. We know the silence that awaits us
“Passionate about social inclusion in sport? Sport has the power to change the world – Nelson Mandela If you, too, believe sport can be a powerful and positive influence in communities and you’re passionate about social inclusion – particularly in the sport and recreation sector – head along to the Social Inclusion Forum on Wednesday 4