Anna and Amy

Until recently, I never really understood the hype around Amy Schumer. I just thought she was another funny girl trying to crack into the elusive female comedian market of Hollywood. I had also read some bad press about her when she was in Australia to promote Trainwreck, the box-office hit that she wrote and starred in … More Anna and Amy

Highlands Merchant

Walking into Highlands Merchant is like walking onto the set of a Nancy Meyers film (and we all know how much I love those!). All of my It’s Complicated, The Intern, The Holiday and Something’s Gotta Give interior fantasies came true when I walked into this Moss Vale eatery. Duck egg blue walls, pink French … More Highlands Merchant

Waikiki Travel Guide

After Sydney’s endless summer, autumn has finally decided to show up. Except it’s more like winter because it is freeeeeezing. (It doesn’t help that our house doesn’t have heating yet either.) Last week, in the midst of a cold day, Jetstar released their annual birthday sale. For the past couple of years, we have always … More Waikiki Travel Guide

Dubai Dreaming

Last year when Anna and I jetted off to London and Paris for three weeks, we stopped over in Dubai for a few days on the way home to Sydney. As you can imagine, Dubai is an incredibly decadent city. It’s an ideal destination for any traveller as it effortlessly combines adventure and relaxation. One day you could be skiing … More Dubai Dreaming

Happy Weekend

I am currently sitting in bed, listening to Tay and trying to find a dress to wear to the ballet tomorrow night. Mum and I are flying to Sydney first thing in the morning for a girls weekend away (Prudence drove down this afternoon) before seeing Graeme Murphy’s Swan Lake tomorrow night at the Capitol Theatre. … More Happy Weekend