Monthly Archives: October 2022

Getting summer house ready

2022-10-31T17:07:46+10:00October 31st, 2022|lifestyle|

We’ve all heard of getting “summer body” ready, but what about getting “summer house” ready. I love this change of season because we can throw off the old, heavy layers and reveal all that beauty that has been hiding out for the winter. So I thought I’d share my things to do list with you. 1. Spend a day in the garden. Poison or [...]

Getting organised

2022-10-27T08:46:24+10:00October 27th, 2022|lifestyle|

Being organised is something that I either excel at or is a complete nightmare. On the good days I power through my list, like a master of productivity. Totally unstoppable, laser focused and determined to tick off every item. It's like I'm an athlete in the high performance zone! Other days (thankfully not often) I don't even get to look at my list because [...]

Aussies supporting Aussies

2022-10-19T09:06:31+10:00October 19th, 2022|lifestyle|

I was reading an email on the weekend from a woman named Grace Brennan who started an Instagram page called Buy From The Bush (#BFTB) in an effort to do something practical to help people living in the country and struggling to survive the drought. So much has happened in the three years since its inception but this little page survived and became a [...]

The key is to intentionally manage your money

2022-10-12T08:25:50+10:00October 12th, 2022|Money management|

I read an interesting article the other day about money advice from women over 50 and one quote really struck a chord with me… “You have to intentionally manage your money like your time. If you don’t, it will manage you.” This is just so true and something that I have been advocating for years. I have seen many clients and friends reap the [...]

The impact of the increasing interest rate on the property market

2022-10-05T09:20:47+10:00October 5th, 2022|Property Market|

For those of us without fixed interest rates, these rate increases are hitting us pretty hard. Due to the incredibly long period of stability, we're no longer used to the "variable" component of our variable interest rate. This is having some noticeable effects on the property market: Decline in auction clearance rates as properties aren't always reaching the vendor's reserve Decline in property [...]

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