Research has shown that eating at Treehouse Lounge is proven to make you more attractive. My research, that is. This sultry, sexy joint on Carlisle Street is one of my absolute favourites. I bring people here when I want to impress (and possibly make kissy-face with them later). As soon as you step inside, you’re … Continue reading K-I-S-S-I-N-G: Treehouse Lounge, Melbourne, Australia
Tucked away between hipster Balaclava and leafy Ripponlea, this gem has quickly become my “go-to” place for brunch. You’ll fall in love the second you walk in– it’s big and airy with quirky yet classy deco. This place is the prize gun in my arsenal- I bring everyone here. So much so that I don’t … Continue reading Eggs and Eye Candy: Hawk and Hunter Cafe, Melbourne, Australia
Darlings! Hi! How is everyone? Those of us in the Northern Hemisphere freezing our tits off, well… this too shall pass. Those of you living it up in balmy weather in the Southern Hemisphere- my jealousy right now is so deep. I’m looking DIRECTLY at Rosie of aredlipandanudeshoe fame. Now! Some of you may already … Continue reading A Land Down Under
Alright hunties- it’s the last day of 2013. A time for quiet reflection, deep thought, and cutting shapes under a disco ball. This time last year, my dearest pal Rosie and I made a list of the four lessons that we’d learned in 2012. These were: 1. Wear all your best things now. No more … Continue reading Sashay Away, 2013.
You know how I’ve got sunshine on a cloudy day? Oh you didn’t know? Well I have. And it’s because I’m talking about my girl… Rosie. If my life was a pop song, she would be the uplifting key change. Rosie was the Office Manager at the agency I worked for. She was this vivacious … Continue reading My Girl
Anyone else scared of flying? Say what you like about how it’s the safest mode of transport. The fact is there is NO REASON why these things should stay in the sky! Having said all that, flying is useful and incredible and necessary so one must man up. Since I’ve spent most of my life … Continue reading Fab at 30,000 ft
I actually can’t count the ways in which I love this town. I just can’t. It’s a vibrant, gorgeous city with a small-town feel. This is the first time I’ve lived in a place where I felt like I was on the inside, rather than on the outside looking in. Falling in love with Melbourne … Continue reading How do I love thee, Melbourne…