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Not even the humble tea leaf has been safe from modernisation.

Do you remember Bushells instant tea?

This dreadful powder in a cup was the beginning of Australia's fascination with all things instant.

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About 1 year ago
(Nostalgia)
This is my story, or part of it.

So many journeys, just one story

I started pondering the many journeys I have embarked upon in my 60 years -- and there have been quite a few. Read mine, then...

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About 1 year ago
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Dogs have much to teach us about living in the moment.

The dog who made my life better

The greatest gift of all ... a beautiful rescue puppy who stayed by my side nearly 18 years.

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About 1 year ago
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It's 35 years since the Ash Wednesday bushfires in South Australia and Victoria claimed 75 lives and more than 2500 buildings.