in the neighbourhood // 10

in the neighbourhood // 09

 

Some exciting news in the bloggy hood this week. What’s happening in your neighbourhood?

  1. Etsy has launched Pages ~ curated collections of the marketplace
  2. Jordan, from oh happy day, and her family are coming to Australia. Pop over and help them out with some recommendations to see and do
  3.  An exciting venture launched this week Unleash Creative
  4. National Geographic has launched a photo blog ~ Proof
  5. And this ~ just this.

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in the neighbourhood // 08

in the neighbourhood // 08

  1. Dannielle from Style for a Happy Home is running a vision workshop next month
  2. Reason No. 237 why the internet is awesome ~ NASA is now on Instagram
  3. Erin and a host of others have launched clementine daily, in a word ~ stunning
  4. Lots of lovely reading in this month’s Matchbook Magazine
  5. On not letting FOMO get to you at Explore Create Repeat

One of the key methods of minimising FOMO is to prioritise what you want to accomplish — because you can’t do it all.

In other big news, the Problogger training event is this weekend. Again I’ll be attending from the comfort of my couch as a virtual attendee. Can’t get to the Gold Coast either? Grab your virtual ticket here [aff link]

in the neighbouhood // 07

in the neighbourhood // 07

It’s an all-Australian round-up in the neighbourhood today, so keeping things very close to home.

Such a wonderful time of year in these parts ~ blossoms are starting to unfurl on the trees, the bright green shoots are starting to sprout on the branches and the promise of spring beckons. Spring is certainly the season for inspiration for me and you will certainly find a healthy dose of it right here.

  1. We’ve been enjoying some beetroot lately so will have to bookmark this recipe from Foxs Lane for pickled beetroot
  2. The boys were quite taken with the Middle Eastern food on the recent MasterChef episodes, so I might have to pop this on the menu ~ Olive, mint and hazelnut and labneh with zatar pita at The Design Files
  3. Jen meets felt and jewelery artist Hanna from Nanna Woo Handmade at the Red Parka Diaries
  4. And Megan takes on a tour of a Bryon Bay ceramic studio
  5. Running your own business? Grow your profits with this five-day e-course at Create & Thrive this week. And it’s free.

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