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Tom John has taken a step back from his job as a mainstream journalist in Sydney to pursue his passion for travel and adventure. He hopes to get an intrinsic feel of Australia through varied experiences, reliving every exciting and memorable moment through his writing. Suffice to say, nothing gives him more pleasure than sharing his escapades with the rest of the world!
The world seems to be moving faster! Twenty-four hours in a day simply isn’t enough anymore for a regular person who wants to make time for essential and non-essential activities alike. As a result, some absolutely essential activities get side-lined, to accommodate tempting non-essential activities that might be pleasurable in the short-term. Well, let me get to the point, before I continue to ramble.
As our lives get busier, the two things we tend to cut back on to save time are…Continue
Festivals are a thing of joy, bringing together family, friends and like-minded people from around the world! They tend to shine a ray of hope especially during times of crisis or bleak periods like winter. People generally like to stay indoors in the comfort of their warm homes, rather than be out and about in the cold weather.
There are many festivals which are commonly celebrated during lean months, to keep people’s spirits high, and also help with the economy.…Continue
Memories are something that can’t be taken away. They are a person’s real assets, the ones of true value. In our youth we don’t really pay much credence to this and channel all our energies chasing frivolous material possessions. But as we grow older and wiser, we embrace the fact that money or our standing in society isn’t everything. Memories, experiences, inter-personal relationships and the lessons learnt through life are our true worldly possessions.
In the twilight years of our…
Popular New Year’s Eve celebrations are usually cruises or parties or a combination of both in Sydney. Senior citizens that we are, my husband and I haven’t really kept pace with trending party scenes. Loud music and lights may not be our scene right now, but you definitely can’t club us in the same bracket as those who live in assisted care homes. We don’t use walkers to move about precariously nor do we take forever to walk from the living room to the dining room. The athletes that we were…Continue