Monthly Archives: November 2015

Sembuh (Healing): Indonesia P1

It was an incredible moment in my life, sitting at that warung in the middle of the filthy bustling hub of KUTA, Bali.View full post »


I grew up being read to every day. As soon I could read I devoured books, throwing myself head (and heart) first intoView full post »

Je Suis Islam

In 2011 I married a Muslim. To do this it meant that as a secular Australian I had to renounce my secularism and had toView full post »

How we eat. It matters.

We live in a world that is undoubtedly obsessed with food. It’s a world of privilege. I’ve spent a largeView full post »

waves and tides

“There’s something about the thousands of glittering lights, the veil of nighttime that almost makes this placeView full post »

Wandering children

“Every traveler has a home of his own, and he learns to appreciate it the more from his wandering.” ― Charles Dickens IView full post »

Taking Stock

There was a moment when we were overseas that I discovered that words I thought I had lost – had suddenly beenView full post »