Sweet surprise

Remember me saying I needed to stop over-scheduling my life? Well that resolution went straight out the window on Friday. DD and I were invited to an event to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Margaret River’s Cape Mentelle winery, which was held at North Bondi SLSC. The surf club has the most glorious views and... Continue Reading →

The dizzy limit

Just when I thought life couldn't find any more curve balls to throw at me ... I got vertigo yesterday. When I lay down on the step bench during my Butt, Abs & Thighs workout, the room started spinning. It's a horrible feeling. I hoped it was a one off but, as I flipped over... Continue Reading →

Moving on

It's been a bit gloomy at Housegoeshome lately, so I thought it was time for some positivity. Let's start with how awesome Dulux Glinks Gully looks on my walls. I am soooooo happy that I went with full strength, it's fabulous. I'm also looking forward to hanging some art on the walls. I've been given... Continue Reading →

Keep walking

I went to an event called Whisk(e)y on the Rocks on Friday night and concluded the festivities at a pop-up Johnnie Walker Highball Bar in The Rocks. It's Johnnie Walker's 200th anniversary this year and the brand's slogan is "Keep walking", which appropriately summarises my approach to life at the moment. Here are some snaps... Continue Reading →

Raising the bar

I drove into the city yesterday to do my serious Drinks Digest journalist thang. I was invited to the launch of Bundaberg Rum's ‘Raising the Bar’ initiative – a $11.5 million support package aimed at helping the hospitality industry recover from COVID-19. Bundaberg Rum's parent company, Diageo Australia, hosted the event and the NSW Minister... Continue Reading →

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