Bold Living 58: Matisse on serene things and annoyances

Matisse seems to have had a similar approach to his art that we do with social media … wanting to uplift, not impart annoyance! Although I’ve a designer’s eye and want my social media feeds to be congruent, I am … Continue reading

Bold Living 57: Danger, Queen Victoria, Danger!

In case the image doesn’t work, here’s the quote in text: Beware of Artists. They mix with all classes of society and are therefore most dangerous. ~ Queen Victoria That cracks me up! You’re probably like me, and think that mixing … Continue reading

Bold Living 56: Put the duck in Productivity

Welcome bold soul! I’d like you to meet The Productivity Duck: She makes me feel whimsical instead of pressed when thinking of all the things that I want to get done! I hope you have a whimsically productive day, too! … Continue reading

Woman and Ageing: Getting older. Getting invisible. Or not.

As I’m growing older, occasionally I get responded to as though I’m invisible. *It’s infrequent* I’m lucky to move in genuine, human-friendly circles – but it happens sometimes out and about. I know what ‘they’ are talking about now. There … Continue reading

Visiting Frida in Sydney

Lucky me, I got to ‘visit Frida’ last September. By which I mean: I went to see the touring Frida Kahlo and Diego Riviera exhibition in Sydney. It felt like a bit of a pilgrimage. Though comparatively close in global terms, the … Continue reading