Thank Goodness for Sangiovese!

Last night we had dinner at Stumpy Gully winery.. Let’s start by saying we absolutely loved the Sangiovese and we’re both more than likely going to be picking up a few bottles of it in the not too distant future… Unfortunately we can’t entirely say the same for the dinner and venue.. As you drive…

Two Travelling Planners Christmas Gift Guide

Are you that person who has Christmas gifts sorted by mid-October, or does the thought of gift buying for family and friends leave you with a feeling of dread? We’ve put together a list of gift suggestions that will not only leave the recipient feeling like they’ve received the best gift/s ever, but you’ll also…

Mornington Peninsula Guide to Self Care

As a mum, there is so much that we juggle – our careers, our families, our households – some of us also add in further studies and volunteering, if not what also feels like a million other things. How often are you the last to go to bed at night and the first to wake?…

Why I complete the Mother’s Day Classic

As you may have noticed on our social media accounts, yesterday Malene and I, with both our girls, completed a 4km walk as part of the Mother’s Day Classic at the Coolart Homestead and Wetands in Somers on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula. Today, I thought I’d share a little about why for the past 2…

Our Top 5 Mornington Peninsula breakfasts..

It’s no secret that we love to go out for breakfast and brunch, and you’ll often find us in one of the amazing cafes/restaurants that the Peninsula has to offer.. In no particular order, here are our Top 5 places for breakfast/brunch.. 1. Ad Hoc (Mt Eliza Way, Mt Eliza) Opened in 2016, and located…

Sunset, Pimms and Mamma Mia

  Have you ever put something on your ‘I must visit there’ list, leave it for a while and finally get there when the place is about to close? If so, you’re definitely not alone. I can’t count how many times we both said we’d love to go to one of the outdoor cinema sessions…