sea-change, life-change and new beginnings

Well we have taken the plunge and dived right in. Excuse the pun, or don’t, it is up to you.  Our sea-change has finally taken place and we are slowly finding our stroke. No floundering has occurred as yet and we are hopeful it won’t occur at all…. but we never say never here at NorrisContinue reading “sea-change, life-change and new beginnings”

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our top 5 Tweed coastal eats

Oh my how we LOVE the Tweed. It has everything. The coast, the river, the hinterland and oh my the food, the glorious food. The Tweed region is a foodie hub. It is a natural food bowl with a fresh and diverse of locally-grown produce. It is famous for its paddock to plate style dining. WeContinue reading “our top 5 Tweed coastal eats”

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Life isn’t always greener

Life isn’t always greener on the other side, but this should NOT hold you back. A lady recently asked me if I had ever heard the saying; “the grass isn’t always greener on the other side.” Of course I had! Hasn’t everybody? Her comment was made in the context of my lifestyle choices and our nomadicContinue reading “Life isn’t always greener”

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how decluttering at home can help you travel easier

If you live simpler at home it is easier to travel. Bold statement I know! But it is true. How can you live simply at home? declutter, declutter, declutter Get rid of any excess stuff or white noise from your home! Do you have 50 frypans but only use one or two? OR do have aContinue reading “how decluttering at home can help you travel easier”

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Counting Down – One Month Today

We love a good count down here at Norris Around Australia.com  Who doesn’t? Our 2015 4×4 Desert Trek is coming up quickly. In fact it is one month today until D-Day! With one month to go and 12 months of planning or more, everyone involved is itching to hit the road. Time will fly in thisContinue reading “Counting Down – One Month Today”

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Hints & Tips: Camp Kitchen Preparation – Part One

Food, cooking and general stores play a major role in your trip preparation. The “Keep it simple stupid” premise comes to mind. Heading off the beaten track with limited space does not automatically mean you need to pack only dehydrated food and eat dry powder out of the packet and wash it down with a swigContinue reading “Hints & Tips: Camp Kitchen Preparation – Part One”

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