Green your home with air plants

This is a special guest post from Karri of The Planter Pod. Twelve months ago I decided I wanted some greenery in my house. But with a black thumb, how was this possible? Indoor plants? I kill them. Succulent...

4 TED talks that will change your life

Many of the women I talk with don’t have enough time, don’t feel good enough or worthy of what they have and to compensate they armour themselves up so that they won’t get hurt. I’m the same. As women and as mu...

Happy Hottest 100 Day

Australia Day. It’s a day for celebrating our great country. A country of mates, of backing the underdog and offering a helping hand to those that have stumbled. Unless you fell over drunk. Then you're fair gam...

What’s in my veggie patch?

It’s a week for food and family here at LUPO HQ. To follow on from Kats blog about the abundance of fresh food growing up in a croatian family I’d like to take you on a tour of our veggie garden. Dave and I ...

Mussels with lime and chilli

Seafood is one of my great loves. Living in Central Victoria it can be difficult to come by fresh seafood although we’re lucky enough to find fresh Port Arlington mussels at our monthly farmers market. Combined...

Liz Duthie Illustrator

Illustrator and visual artist, Liz Duthie grew up in Bendigo, where she obtained a Fine Arts degree at Bendigo C.A.E. (now La-Trobe University) in 1989. After uni, she travelled overseas then returned to work i...

Printable: A little note

Dear friends, One of things I find most enjoyable is opening a letter, a handwritten letter, from a long lost friend. It’s so easy to get lost in this impersonal world of technology, so I’ve created this lit...

Review: Safe House Gluten Free cafe

Aloha from gluten free land! While it's not quite Hawaii {that'd be nice though wouldn't it?} it is a land different and far from where most people live. Reading labels, quizzing wait staff and chefs are a regu...