Teneriffe during the annual Teneriffe Festival At some point or another most of us will consider ditching the suburbs for the bright lights of an address that’s closer to Brisbane city. The reasons could be anything from wanting to cut down your daily commute into work, or maybe you just want to be closer to where the action is (whatever kind of action you’re into).
If you’ve read my about page (go on if you haven’t… I’ll wait until you get back 😉 ) you’ll know that one of the reasons I started this blog was because I felt I was missing out on so many of the amazing events in Brisbane simply because I didn’t know about them. And the thing is… I’m not alone.
Hello dear readers! Today we are officially half way through the 2015 – making it kind of like the mother of all hump-days. Today is also my birthday so I’ve given myself the day off blogging and instead have asked a lovely friend of mine, Robyna from The Mummy and the Minx, to write a post about something most of us battle with – work/life balance.
Welcome to the second installment of Brisbane’s Best Jobs! If you missed the first post you can click here to see what it’s all about here. This month my quest to discover Brisbane’s Best Jobs has lead me to place that is unique in not just in Brisbane but in Australia.
In my quest to uncover all the awesome things that make living in Brisbane so cool, I’ve set myself a new challenge… Discovering Brisbane’s best jobs! The way I see it we’ve all got to earn a crust somehow, right? So I want to find those lucky people who’ve managed (through hard work, talent or just sheer luck) to find jobs that are interesting, satisfying and most of
Happy New Year! I hope that what ever you ended up doing was exactly what you wanted – whether it was a dancing till dawn or curled up on the couch. With 2015 is officially underway, we have now entered the post New Years “honeymoon” phase. You know what I mean. The new year stretches out before us like so many clean pages to be written on.