I'll be the first to admit that in the depths of winter I am more than happy curled up on the couch, enjoying the warmth of the fire with a hot drink in hand. Venturing out in hostile weather can seem less than inviting so one could be forgiven for making like a bear and hibernating during July or escaping to a toasty northern holiday destination. Lucky for those of us still in Victoria, the Mornington Peninsula knows how to turn it on any time of the year, serving up some hearty events for the month of July.
I'm bored! Two words all parents despise during any school holiday stint. Back in the day, my mum's solution to this complaint was to make us clean our room - insert exaggerated eye roll here - but there's a limit to how many times you can use this one before anarchy reigns. As a mother … Continue reading July School Holiday Activities on the Mornington Peninsula
Despite my former life as a hairdresser, I have never been a full-face-of-make-up-on-a-Wednesday kind of gal. So I was somewhat nervous at meeting hair and make up artist, Sophie Knox in real life with my plain face on. My insecurities put completely at ease, as Sophie welcomed me into the studio space she shares with … Continue reading Feature Creative : Sophie Knox
The rains are here but gone are the excuses to hibernate for the winter, as we present you with some soul warming activities across the Mornington Peninsula for the month of June. Some may be surprised by number of events happening in June considering the weather but factoring in the Queen’s Birthday long weekend and our love for the arts, my diary is overflowing with things to do. From markets to music festivals, exhibitions to workshops, there is still so much happening in our neck of the woods.
Each May sees my hair transform to pink, when I colour for a cause and go pink for a purpose. As my passion for the arts and self-expression may be a reason to colour my hair, it really is so much more. An ode to loved ones lost, a reflection on a society affected … Continue reading Mother’s Day : Gratitude + Grief
Learn about one of the Mornington Peninsula's talented photographers in this month's feature creative. I interviewed the poised and humble Tash Carah about her path on a creative career, her recent achievements and her long list of favourite MP creatives.
With magical misty mornings setting in and glorious warm afternoons lingering, it’s the perfect time to see the Mornington Peninsula in all her glory. Witness the changing of the leaves through Red Hill and Main Ridge or take a moment to soak up the autumn sun on our bay side beaches. May is the month … Continue reading What’s On : May 2018