Embarking on this blogging adventure has highlighted I have many Tree Changers in my circle of friends – the majority of them being people from my childhood and teenage years. … Continue Reading Two humans, two goats, a Sharpei and a great view: meet my fellow Tree Changer Kylie!
Scrolling through my news feeds last night on what feels like Day Eleventy Billion of quarantine got me thinking quite philosophically on the lessons we can learn from #isolife (and … Continue Reading If you love quarantine life, you really need to consider a tree change (trust me!)
By now, you’re probably starting to work out I’m a bit of a sucker for animals, especially strays. So it should come as no surprise that I ended up trying … Continue Reading That time I got schooled on the difference between goats and sheep
Time for another one of my more serious blogs – my take on how to tree change! When people learn I made a tree change, many will tell me they’d … Continue Reading How to Tree Change
Just before the world went into an enforced lockdown thanks to coronavirus, we found ourselves forced to stay at home for a few days for another reason – floods! After … Continue Reading That time I went out for a takeaway food fix and ended up in Emergency
Anyone who knows me knows I’m a soft touch for animals – yep, even the scarier ones like spiders, snakes and geese (a story for another day). When I lived … Continue Reading That time I got busted buying hay for strays
So before I really jump into the good, bad, ugly and funny bits about living in the country, I thought I’d cover off the question we get asked most often: … Continue Reading Answering the obvious
As an ex-city slicker, life in the country really does seem to bring a new adventure every day – there are A LOT of learnings and adjustments.