House details #7

It has been almost three months since my last ‘house update‘ blog post so I thought it was time for a new one. The bar has had a few new additions, and was also used for a party for the first time a few weeks ago! Some more plants have been added including some chilli plants which I just potted […]

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House Details #6

To see the ‘House Details #5’ post click here The house has been a working progress for almost 1.5 years now, but the lounge room is finally almost done! I especially like the loungeroom in the morning light! New chair from Fantastic Furniture  ! We needed an extra chair as one of my friends is moving in (& three people […]

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House details #5

It has been a while since the last house detail post, mainly because it is has been a while since I have updated the house. But now there are a few new additions… New artwork in the ensuite! From Etsy and Oliveetoriel  Little details on the mirror New artwork in the kitchen! New coffee machine, and again more little details. […]

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The Finblog on “The Psychology of Plants”

Indoor plants aren’t just visually pleasing (& great for Instagram pictures) – there’s a few psychological benefits hidden among their leaves too: Stress reduction Are you a fan of red-flowering geraniums? If you would describe yourself as a ‘stressed woman’, then your answer most certainly should be yes. A 2002 study(1) revealed that red-flowering geraniums may promote faster and more […]

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‘The Change Box’ November (Unboxing)

It’s that time of month again when The Change Box arrives! If you haven’t seen the unboxing from last month, check it out here. The Products: Bondi Wash Hand Cream: This is a really decent sized product! & the hand cream smells and feels amazing. It is Australian made and plant-based and the company has heaps of other awesome products- check […]

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Featured ‘Day in the life of’: Emily, a PhD student studying epigenetic regulation in plants, and a disability in science advocate, and blogger.

Day in the life of Emily (PhD student & Blogger): I’m Emily May Armstrong, a 2nd year PhD Student at the University of Glasgow in Scotland. I’m studying epigenetic regulation of transcriptional networks in plants and how this impacts root system architecture in response to salt stress. I’m a disability in science advocate, and can be found blogging about my […]

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