Fun Fridays: A Practical Approach To Mother’s Day

You may have left this to the last minute, so here I am coming to save your butt. What I am about to suggest, if you are willing to put in the effort, will have some awesome (and possibly hilarious) results on the day itself. Backed by a book I have read and implemented myself!

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Think Tuesdays: Finding Your Voice

I recently read a post on my favourite website Quora that really changed my perspective on how I go on with my blog. I admire Nicolas Cole and follow his Instagram as well. I enjoy his writing and timeless pieces. More than anything, his writing is genuine, from the heart and like a conversation with a friend. So this article really made me sit up and think. I’ll let him do the rest. Continue reading “Think Tuesdays: Finding Your Voice”

Think Tuesdays: An Explosion of Thoughts

There have been so many different things going on in my life recently, that I have done my best to stay quiet and not say a thing about it. Hence, why I have been away from blogging and been very quiet on my social media feed. But there shall be no more silence. Instead, I will share some of the things that have helped me to keep moving forward. Continue reading “Think Tuesdays: An Explosion of Thoughts”

Th!nk: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Choices
As you go through life, you experience more of “everything”. Your world changes as you grow from school to university. And from University to the rest of your life. You will often hear people talk about “welcome to the real world” – but what does that even mean? Continue reading “Th!nk: 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”

5 things I learned from Winning Through Intimidation

With such a strong title, you would be quick to dismiss this as an arrogant book that is teaching you to become one of those “people” who are willing to step on others to get what you want. Admit it, you thought that the moment you read that title. And you haven’t even read the book. Just goes to show how much we are willing to judge a book by its cover. But, let’s take a moment to peel it back and see what you can get from it.
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Bits and Bobs: December Updates

Yarra River
The iconic Yarra River that runs through Melbourne

I really enjoy the fact that my birthday is in June. This means I set goals in June and do a half year review when New year’s comes around.

I find it interesting that people have either called my blog a “food blog” or “what’s Nigel been up to”. I want it to have neither of those focal points.

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