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Dancing Through Sunday
Melbourne, Australia
One girl trying to manage travelling debt whilst still having a life!
Interests: food, travel, DIY, craft, home wares, recipes, jewellery, lifestyle, photography
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It did the perfect job of revitalising me!
You should let me know if you give it a go! They are so yummy (and fun!)
Yeah personally I need a lot of fresh green things in my diet to keep me energised. I love the idea of an Italian style cap - bring on the parmesan cheese!
That sounds delish, wild rice! I must give it a go :) Thanks for commenting Erica x
Nope, it happens every year! It's a full on thing! We're very lucky x
My day at Lake Mountain playing in the snow! Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at Dancing Through Sunday
The animal face app! It is amazing, great round up. Thank you!
ALL OF YOUR ABOVE plus leaving the dishes till the next day, having an unmade bed, having McDonalds (sometimes hehe) and worrying about stupid peoples opinions! Brush it alll of and you are a much happier cactus :) x
Its not only pretty, but useful! I love it and I would need some oils to remind me to stop.. breathe and relax!
I love wooden shoes, they are super comfy and your design is amazing! I am all about the teal pair, nailed it! I also love seeing AMB growing and the opportunities you ladies are making for yourselves, without sounding lame it's giving me ideas on how bloggers can work with brands.
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on Wooden Shoes at A Beautiful Mess
Pie, Pie, I love PIE! This looks delicious and of course, coconut makes me go wild so I will be trying this recipe FOR SURE - I am from Australia and never seen Chess pie in my life. It must be an American thing?
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on Toasted Coconut Chess Pie at A Beautiful Mess
I love the lightbox trend - I am not talented enough to make my own however I LOVE your style of lightbox and may as well try?! If not there is always etsy hehe.
Toggle Commented 4 days ago on DIY Light-Up Café Sign at A Beautiful Mess
Quinoa stuffed Capsicums w/ spiced yoghurt and a salad (many veggies to cure my jet lag!) Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at Dancing Through Sunday
Another killer (and healthy) recipe from Emma - I love them! This looks delicious I might just give it a go.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on Quinoa Shrimp Scampi at A Beautiful Mess
I love the fluffys! So fun and fresh, it makes the room *pop*
It's honestly the only way to travel! You experience ALLLL of the culture. I will do, thanks for letting me know!
It's just the coolest city! It screams style, like the Parisians! I ate an apple tart for you instead :)
I completely agree, re: Italy anyway! Thank you for your kind words and making me feel better about the 10kg's of cheese I ate! xo
o0o0o Homeaway - I will have to check that out! So kind as per usual Nancy
I love the colour and what a way to obtain that - BEETS! Dwight Schrute would be proud. Looks delicious and I can't wait to make x
Toggle Commented Jul 19, 2014 on Creamy Beet Linguine at A Beautiful Mess
As I work from home 3 days a week I find it REALLLLY important to make sure I (usually) dress for the occasion and wear nice clothes.. some days slip by where I am in track pants all day however it motivates me to still get ready for the day and appear professional.
Toggle Commented Jul 19, 2014 on Work Wears at A Beautiful Mess
That is SO TRUE about the warm welcome, with all the Ciao Bella's and what not it's impossible not to feel welcome and at ease. Great point Colette, and thank you for your kind words. <3 I hope you can make it back there with your man one day x
Toggle Commented Jul 19, 2014 on Wanderlust - an update at Dancing Through Sunday
I couldn't not take advantage of all the cheese and pasta (and wine) around me!
Aw shucks! I just love cooking. Have a look at Air BnB, it's got some great little apartments
It's a balsamic reduction, which is balsamic vinegar with sugar. You boil it on the stove and then when it cools down it is syrupy and a tad sweeter - it's a family tradition. I can email you the recipe? x