A day of wine tasting in the Barossa

One of the advantages of not having a full-time job is being able to make the most of the opportunities when they come along. So when the opportunity arose to help a friend out by playing chauffeur last week, I jumped at the chance. The guest was Kamal Malik, the Head Sommelier…

From public servant to entrepreneur

Taking a redundancy and leaving the public service with no clear direction, and only a sense of how I thought work should look, was a huge leap. I didn’t really know anyone who had made such a drastic career change which is why I am so excited to share this career change…

Unlocking the entrepreneur within

This is a guest post I wrote this week for the Spence Club – South Australia’s new networking group for young women.  From a young age I was always a bit of a stickler for rules and was probably seen as a bit of a scardey cat. At school, you would have…

Barossa Vintage Festival 2015

Life has been pretty busy lately as I launch my consulting business, family visiting, school holidays and the Barossa Vintage Festival. I heard about the festival soon after moving here and decided it would be a good way to learn more about the Barossa and to meet people. I also figured I…

Our first South Australian holiday

It’s a very hot day here in the Barossa and I can’t help but wish the warm weather had appeared this time last month when we headed off to Victor Harbor for our “beach” holiday! Not long after arriving in Tanunda, it suddenly seemed like people around me were booking summer holidays….

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