Thoughts · Traditional Values

A Stay-At-Home Mum, A Sit-In-Cubicle Worker & A Fly-In-Planes Manager Walk Into A Bar…

  It sounds like a joke, doesn’t it? Though there is quite an irony here. While all of these roles have a similar structure grammatically, only one of them is an actual term used in everyday social contexts. One of them is them is socially accepted and used. Stay-At-Home Mum. One video that randomly appeared…… Continue reading A Stay-At-Home Mum, A Sit-In-Cubicle Worker & A Fly-In-Planes Manager Walk Into A Bar…

Inspiration & Decor · Thoughts

To ANZAC Day: Giving Tribute To Our Heroic Men In Gallipolli

I didn’t know what the ANZAC was where I was born. The Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. I didn’t realise until the first April came around and I was spending my first school year in Australia and suddenly…older men in uniforms would visit with their decorated boxes to our classrooms and staff rooms to…… Continue reading To ANZAC Day: Giving Tribute To Our Heroic Men In Gallipolli

Thoughts · Traditional Values

A Better Economic Future Pt 2: Step Out Of The System

In my earlier post, I detailed how, the way our current economic system is set up, especially in the West – is setting up for higher prices, lower wages and more and more time sucked out of people’s lives. Taking them away from home and their children. I’m really sore about that – since I…… Continue reading A Better Economic Future Pt 2: Step Out Of The System

Thoughts · Traditional Values

A Better Economic Future Pt. 1: F*ck The Fear-Mongering

It’s actually quite hilarious to me when I hear the Left making complains about the ‘fear-mongering’ that President Trump seems to be doing in regards to illegal immigration. When it’s already been proven that illegal immigration has damaged the economy and the safety of the country. It’s not fear-mongering if it is true. I’m a…… Continue reading A Better Economic Future Pt. 1: F*ck The Fear-Mongering

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The Unsustainable Society: Materially and Socially

A few weeks ago I had written a blog post here about living simply and being frugal – it was such an interesting and familiar concept to me and I was merely happy that someone outside my social circle understood it too and even wrote a book about it! My original reason behind looking into…… Continue reading The Unsustainable Society: Materially and Socially

Inspiration & Decor · Thoughts

The Art of Frugal Hedonism: Start Living Simple, Yet Enjoying Big

Ever since I started this blog, I’ve sort of had this idea, due to being a Domestic Woman (willingly working part-time to dedicate time at home, no matter the marital status or having children/not) that I’m the only type of person to be doing this. I do have friends, both offline and online who live…… Continue reading The Art of Frugal Hedonism: Start Living Simple, Yet Enjoying Big

Thoughts · Traditional Values

The Gift Of Family: The Best Of All

Merry Christmas everyone and I hope you are all having a happy holidays! It’s been a busy rush around during this time of year, which is why I am always on the down-low in December, I apologise for that! Like I said, I get most of the preparations done before the month even begins, so…… Continue reading The Gift Of Family: The Best Of All