My Favourite Things

I recently had a photo shoot done by the incredibly talented Macarla Shepherd and I wanted to give you a sneak peek of the images because:

  1. they’re beautiful, and
  2. they’re full of my favourite things that make me feel so very, very happy. There are lots of natural materials in there and everything is from great Aussie businesses.

 

So here are the gorgeous, gorgeous images and down below is the list of my favourite things. (I’ve even included links for you – you can thank me later.)

 

My favourite things | blog post by Homelea Lass

My favourite things | blog post by Homelea Lass

My favourite things | blog post by Homelea Lass

My favourite things | blog post by Homelea Lass

 

I’m wearing:

 

I’m sitting on:

 

I’m making:

  • Natural coloured Flourish Blanket (let me know if you’d like to review the draft pattern)
  • Purple chunky Flora Floor Rug (I’m still working on this pattern)

 

My hair was done by Ciao Bella and Min’s hair cut was by Gorgeous Grooming (isn’t she cute!).

 

With love,

Lynda.

Quick and Easy Baking – Papaw and Coconut Muffins

Quick and easy baking - Papaw and Coconut Muffins | blog post by Homelea Lass

 

Don’t you love it when you get given fresh produce from your friend’s gardens?

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Scarf It Forward 2015

Scarf It Forward 2015 | blog post by Homelea Lass

 

Now that the temperatures are dropping here in Australia it means one thing – it’s time for making and wearing scarfs. Yay! It’s time to pick up your crochet hook or knitting needles and start making for Scarf It Forward.

 

Yep, it’s happening again. Scarf It Forward 2015 is here. I’m collaborating with Helping Hands Outreach Project for Dalby Inc again to help you spread some love.

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How to Wash your Woollen Treasures

 How to wash wool | blog post by Homelea Lass

 

Do you have something that has been lovingly hand-crafted from wool that you just treasure but you’re not sure how to wash and care for it? Maybe a blanket, a scarf or a jumper?

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Being Happy, Staying Positive Part 2: It Only Takes a Moment

Being Happy, Staying Positive Part 2: It Only Takes a Moment | blog post by Homelea Lass

 

Do you want to know how to change your crankiness into happiness?

 

If you pop over and read my second column of “Being Happy, Staying Positive” on the Downs Champion you’ll find out what I do. You can find it here.

 

You can find the first column from the series here.

 

With love,

Lynda.

Finding My Rhythm

Finding my Rhythm | blog post by Homelea Lass

I feel like I’ve lost my rhythm. Life has gone from feeling flowing and peaceful to feeling disjointed and hard. It’s like I’m pushing through thick, dark jelly instead of floating through a peaceful glow. So I’ve been searching for my rhythm. I want to feel the peaceful glow again.

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Being Happy, Staying Positive Part 1: Do You Want To Be Happy and Positive?

Do You Want To Be Happy and Positive? | blog post be Homelea Lass

 

Did you know that I’ve started something new? I’ve started writing a monthly column called “Being Happy, Staying Positive” for an online subscription newspaper, Downs Champion.

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Making Space

Amazing things happen when you make space | blog post by Homelea Lass

 

Last week I did something I couldn’t have done a couple of years ago – I followed my intuition and completely rescheduled my commitments. I was amazed at what happened when I did this.

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Loving Pippi – the ultimate camera hand bag

Disclaimer – I received a discount when I bought Pippi in return for doing a review. I’ve written this blog post from my heart and it contains my honest opinions and thoughts.

Loving Pippi - the ultimate camera hand bag | blog post by Homelea Lass

I recently upgraded my camera to a Nikon D810 and when brought her home I discovered that she had outgrown all my camera bags. I then started the hunt for the perfect bag to protect my new camera and suit my lifestyle. This is when I discovered Pippi.

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Wouldn’t It Be Amazing To Live a Life Full of Love?

I looked down into the eyes of my little dog and I saw one thing. Love.

 

I looked down into the eyes of my little dog and I saw one thing.

Love.

Her unconditional love for me coupled with her desire for me to love her unconditionally too.

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