Chill out with our digital magazine

I’m so excited to announce that the second issue of our quarterly digital magazine is now available to view online. Our inaugural issue is still live so you can enjoy…

Strange Acquaintances – Part One

He didn’t like early mornings, and he never wanted to get a “real” job. Perhaps that was the main point of contention between the world and Thaddeus Pintz, the man…

Noosa National Park – photo feature

I spent three hours of my life in sublime surrounds as my feet led me through the scrub and rocky paths of the Noosa National Park. Picturesque coves and endless…

Mt Tinbeerwah Lookout – photo feature

I am living and working in Queensland throughout July, if you follow me on social media you’ll know why. I went exploring after work yesterday and ended up at Mt…

Under the Bridge – Photo Feature

I walked familiar streets today, or at least I thought they were, A city so familiar to this lonesome traveller I ventured along traffic to the Harbour’s open arms, Though…

God’s Debris – Book Review

Scott Adams of Dilbert fame writes a fictional thought-experiment that is designed to make a reader rethink the bigger questions in life. At 132 pages it is a novella but…

Following the Muse

February is off to a creative start with new original songs, a Fringe gig, and at least two more musicals in the pipeline. January was epic having wrapped up Shrek…

Booked In

I wrote this article as a tribute to Book Week. I have always loved reading and recently my appetite for books has been voracious. I may be turning into Belle…

Semaphore Sundays

Although this Sunday was not particularly sunny, it was a tranquil, overcast summer morning with a light drizzle of rain, and moderate temperature. Sunday, to me, means quality time with…

Me Time

I love to unwind. Such a large part of my life is jam-packed with activity, chaos, and noise that when I finally have some down time, I find it hard…