Denyse Whelan Blogs To Connect.
City of Sydney. 279/365. Photos from a Spring 2013 visit to my favourite city of Sydney. How many of these places are familiar to you? Denyse xx Joining Trish for Wordless Wednesday here, and Image-in-ing here, and Jen for Photo Friday, here. by by
7 Job Interview Tips. 278/365. Congratulations, your job application has made it to the interview stage. Now onto the interview. Here are my job interview tips. Know the place/work culture/employment type before you get to interview. tip: read about the place on line, look up comments on work place in any reviews, check out its […]
One Perfect Moment. 277/365. For the past months I’ve been posting about “one perfect moment” as a theme. I got the idea from Kylie Purtell over here and have continued. Today, as I contemplated finding ‘one perfect moment’ again as a theme, I really had no personal ones. But, on reviewing a wondrous ending to […]
100 Patterns. 276/365. I have been making patterns in teensy tiny boxes as part of Daisyyellow Tiny Museum. I wrote about that here. I really enjoy making little patterns and set myself a challenge over the past week to do 100 of them. Using a heavy (300gsm) watercolour paper, Winsor and Newton watercolours and gouache […]
Just A Few Pics & Bits. 275/365. Loving the end of the day and I walk out to the bay (yep, a rhyme) and see what the light and the water does to my photos. Here’s what a collation of the past few days. Love being able to walk out the ‘back’ or ‘front’ door […]
Mindfulness by Jon Kabat-Zinn. 274/365. This man’s words both written and spoken are from sources I have found, including Lifestyle You from Foxtel. Jon is an author I admire greatly, a mindfulness practitioner I cannot speak more highly about, and someone who ‘practises what he has preached for some decades now.’ Google him to get […]
It’s TIME. Daylight Saving*. 273/365. I’ve written about this before. It is NOT about ‘savings’ of the daylight. Ok!? Ok, if you are in doubt the correct term (and I have checked it, people) for the way in which we manipulate time in some parts of Australia (sorry Qld) is called: Daylight Saving. My asterisk […]