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A ROAD LESS TRAVELLED

By Linda Cull • June 19th, 2016

Targa Tasmania is the ultimate tarmac rally, with the biggest collection of tarmac rally cars in the world ranging from little Fiats to Porsches. In April recently, the gutsy, vivacious Louise Paul, an artist from Perth, Western Australia, joined 96 other female navigators for Tasmania Targa’s 25th-anniversary event, setting a new Targa record! Go, girls! This being from a record 382-strong field. Louise is a self-proclaimed rev-head who loves the adrenalin rush sheRead more…

LIVING THE DREAM AT LILLI PILLI LANE

By Linda Cull • April 1st, 2016

Wouldn’t it be awesome to be living the dream? How many of us go about our daily lives, wishing we were doing something else or living somewhere else? Have you ever dreamt of a sea change or a tree change? Some days, do you wish your holiday destination could become your permanent place of residence? My dear friend Lisa is a mum to three teenagers and she’s doing exactly that, she’sRead more…

WAY, WAY BEYOND MEDITATION, WHERE ARE YOUR THOUGHTS?

By Linda Cull • February 3rd, 2016

I would like to introduce you to my spiritual teacher Claire Bourgein and in her own words, she will share with you a little about herself and the work she does. Claire has been my mentor for many years and has impacted my life in all the best ways imaginable. She has touched a lot of different people’s lives, working quietly and tirelessly as a counsellor and meditation instructor. She isRead more…

ARTIST TESSA JOY & HER COLOURFUL NARRATIVES OF PEOPLE FROM FARAWAY PLACES

By Linda Cull • January 28th, 2016

When I met with artist musician Tessa Joy, in Fremantle, Western Australia, at the historic Kidogo Arthouse, there was a wedding florist preparing the space for a mid-afternoon ceremony. What a beautiful place to be married in! The bride and groom would be exchanging their vows in this little bit of heaven by the sea, in view of my friend’s exotic art being exhibited on its walls. Tessa and I didRead more…