Even if you’re not from Byron Bay, it would be hard to not have heard about the ‘The Farm’. I’ve never been to a venue quite like it. It’s essentially just a farm containing a collection of amazing micro-businesses such as a cafe, bakery, florist all sharing a common goal of ‘improving health and wellness from the ground up.’
I hate nothing more than wearing something you don’t feel comfortable in which is why when I found this dress, I knew it was ‘the one’! Honestly, it is just THE most comfortable thing ever.
Latest outfit post is brought to you by Witchery. I love their minimalist vibe and this dress was a steal for only $69.95!! Still currently on sale FYI. I nabbed this one to wear to a friend’s wedding and, although it was a little hot that day, it was perfect for the day to night transition.
Port Fairy would have to be one of my favourite places to visit. I will (hopefully) get around to doing a travel post of the gorgeous town soon. In the meantime, I managed to do a quick photoshoot while I spent some time there over the Christmas break.
Remember that time it was 26 degrees in the middle of winter? Well I do and it was fabulous! It’s brought me back to life and hopefully it keeps me going until Summertime!!
No photo will ever do justice to this truly wonderful place. Words were literally stolen from my mouth as I stood in awe at the bottom of this cenote. Continue reading Cenote Ik Kil
Café Brunch at Home Recipe Series – Post 1/5
This is my first post in a series of five where I bring to you some of my favourite café dishes that can quite easily be replicated at home. I am a café addict at heart, breakfasts and brunches in particular but when the money is tight or my want to stay in PJ’s all day is high, then I love to make my faves right here at home in my own kitchen. In all my recipes I’ve kept the easiness factor in mind as well as the health factor. All ingredients used are natural and unprocessed where possible.