The year of the Pig in Adelaide

The year of the Pig in Adelaide

There are 12 animals used in the Chinese Zodiac, and 2019 is the year of the Pig.   In Chinese culture, pigs are symbols of wealth, and their big ears and chubby faces are signs of good fortune as well.   Chinese New Year, otherwise known as Lunar New Year is a...
Make the most of your Australia Day!

Make the most of your Australia Day!

With Australia day just around the corner, our minds wander to the ever-important question of what do we cook for our guests on Australia day that will have everyone at the party feeling happy, healthy, and patriotic?   For us, there’s nothing quite like the good old...
The other side of the investment bubble

The other side of the investment bubble

There’s been more stringent regulation in recent times in the property investment market. The financial regulators have been cracking down on the banks’ previous habit of lending far more than they should to people wanting to invest in property, and their willingness...
The Post-Christmas Ham

The Post-Christmas Ham

Christmas is a time of giving, and of receiving, but what do you do when you’ve bought a Christmas ham, your cousin who’s come to visit has gifted you one, and the kind old neighbour next door has dropped one off??   Well, you get creative of course!   The lovely...
Extend Yourself

Extend Yourself

What do you do when that once dream home becomes too small for the growing family?   A growing family can sometimes mean that the once “dream home” becomes a little tight on space as the first child becomes two, and then three, and so on.   Luckily, for those that own...
Work to live, not live to work

Work to live, not live to work

The end of the year brings with it a time for reflection; to look back at the year that was and decide if it turned out the way we had hoped.

Sometimes we look back with pride, other times the year hasn’t been the easiest and we look back thinking, wow that went fast!

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