Support your local. Don’t miss out on the farmers market where you can purchase fruit and vegetables from our local growers. Every Sunday 6am to 12pm. #supportyourlocal#noosafarmersmarket Photo via @wat_kate_ate
So grateful for the short few months we have gotten to live here ✨ We will definitely be back in our future 🍃 But for now it’s back home to work before we settle in on the other side of the world 🏴 #byronshire 💫
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After a 5 degree start to the morning yesterday, the afternoon was so gloriously warm we couldn't just go home, we had to get outside and play. This is by far the kids favourite activity to do on the swings. _ Tait loves to fly and Dash..... well Dash hasn't yet mastered getting his tummy onto the swing every time. Mostly, is his enthusiasm to do what his brother is doing, he completely overshoots the swing and does a handstand instead. It's very entertaining!! . . 💗🤪😂🤗💗 . . . .
What’s your favourite beach in Australia? ☀️ ✧ We were pretty impressed with the beach at Double Island Point, which has one of Australia’s longest waves! On a good day it can break for well over a kilometre long 🌊 ✧ It’s also part of the Great Sandy Marine Park, so it’s the perfect place to spot dolphins, turtles, rays and even humpback whales during migrating season! ✧ #thetravellingtrio
I’ve never been a big fan of Winter. I’ve never been a big fan of rugging up in layers upon layers of clothing, adding a third or fourth blanket to the bed to stay warm at night, soups, the dilemma of needing to get out of the shower but not feeling possibly able to out of the fear that I may freeze to death. Very dramatic, I know! But in the last couple of years, I’ve toyed with the idea of simply accepting the seasons for what they are. And in doing that I’ve been blessed with beautiful gifts and silver linings that I didn’t see before: warm cups of tea on chilly mornings, sunrises and sunsets that seem to have an extra touch of sparkle and magic, cute fluffy cardigans that make me feel safe and cosy. In accepting the seasons, I’ve found magical silver linings. In accepting the seasons, I’ve learnt to be grateful for them all, and actually really enjoy them. All of a sudden, my joy and happiness isn’t conditional on the weather and my preferences. I mean if it was, I’d only be ‘happy’ for about half the year. Isn’t that a beautiful metaphor for the seasons of life though? We experience so many different seasons in our lives. I’ve spent so many of my seasons trying to resist what I was experiencing or in fixing mode. Trying to get out of the season I was in. Wanting more, wanting different. And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with wanting more and different! That keeps us moving forward and growing. But if we’re always in that headspace of ‘I’m not where I’m meant to be’, then that’s a miserable, frustrating way to live. When we accept the seasons for what they are - seasons (they’re not forever)…we can find the beauty and the silver linings. The hidden gems that light up our paths and guide us on our journeys. How beautiful. And looking back we’ll be so grateful for those seasons, because they shape us. They may not come to us in the form we would like them to, but in the end, they are all special puzzle pieces in