Work Club Kent Street, Sydney

I wrote about Work Club at Barangaroo when it first opened earlier this year, and today I actually had a taste of what it's like to work in this amazing co-working space myself. I already knew this was going to be an extraordinary place to work because of my first story. When I stepped foot…

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Sydney Chic goes très chic for la Fête Nationale di Francaise!

The French motto Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité is something we can all celebrate, and there’s no better time bust out your French stripes (très chic!). July 14 is la Fête Nationale, France’s National day, and the team at Silvester’s want to share some champagne and good times. This year Head Chef Raphael Szurek’s Bastille Week menu…

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How to Keep Your Reading Glasses Clean

This is a true story. I was out at dinner one night with my good friends Glen and Leo. I was trying to read the menu and Glen piped up "Good grief! How can you possibly see through those glasses?" I must admit they were very smudged. Then the waiter came over and Glen took…

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memobottle Helping the War on Waste

Australians are realising that the single use of coffee cups is bad news and many of us use refillable cups when we can, but there is another huge environmental problem in this country and the rest of the world; single-use water bottles! I am an offender! Yes I use single water bottles all the time…

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How to Start a Blog to Make Money

One of the questions I get asked a lot is how did I get into blogging and do bloggers make money? So if you want to know how to start a blog to make money read on. I am not new to blogging I've had numerous blogs over the last decade and currently my blogs…

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Yum Yoga & Café

For the almost six years I’ve lived in Denmark, I’ve lived in Sluseholmen, a relatively new residential area at the bottom of the Copenhagen harbor. When we first moved here, it was quite far out and quiet, there were no stores apart from a lone Irma and a cafe that closed soon after. Over the…

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What’s new in July

… and just like that, June is over and we’re in July! Is it just me or did that month pass in the blink of an eye? Luckily, July is starting with a much-needed breather for me, as I started my summer vacation yesterday! Two weeks of blissful freedom, almost no plans, and fantastic weather, if…

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My first time in NYC: My 15 favorite spots

We’re back from New York! Bucket list item ticked off!  We spent five and a half days in NYC at the beginning of the month, and we loved it! It did take me some time to sort through and edit all my pictures. I also knew early on I wanted to do a highlights post…

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What’s new in June

This post is coming to you while I am in New York for the very first time in my life! In my May post, I asked you to send me your best NYC tips, and I want to thank everyone who did. I’m not sure I’ll get to everything that was suggested, but I really…

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Bodil – et spisested

If you live in Copenhagen, maybe even Vesterbro, you’ll know that keeping up with new restaurants and eateries can be a daunting task… especially if people assume you always know the latest buzz and have already eaten at the newest restaurants because, let’s say, you have a blog where you write about food. So sometimes…

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