Friday, July 25, 2014


You're invited to the first Share and Care workshop with us to raise money for "A Safe Road Home" project reintegrating sex trafficked girls back into their homes and communities. 

Join Michelle Amstad - Senior Hairstylist in a HAIRSTYLING WORKSHOP to:

  • Learn how to do a basic hair cut 
  • Learn how to create the perfect curls and the tools you'll need
  • Meet some new friends 
  • Share with others
Bring $10 for the project or a donation and something yummy to share with others if you have the time.

17th August 2014

2pm - 4pm

Post your RSVP here on the Blog Comment

Venue in Mornington, Melbourne Victoria
Address provided on RSVP 

For more information on the project and the Colour Sisterhood click here

If you have a talent or skill you would like to share with others that you are willing to donate please let us know.



Saturday, June 14, 2014

A whole year gone by!

Hi beautiful,
Can you believe that a whole year has gone by so quickly!
It's been a year of consolidating and heading towards change for many of our sisters and so much has happened to renew our batteries for the year to come.
Ideas are forming so stay posted for some up and coming exciting ideas that you may like to be part of!....

Friday, April 26, 2013

Autumn is upon us

As the weather turns colder we start to get ourselves ready for winter ahead. The gardens have been enjoying a feed of manure and worm wee and the chickens are finishing their moulting bringing in winter coats.
The bees are enclosing their swarm to stay warm during the cold snap reducing their army down and we are turning to soups and hot water bottles for comfort.
How blessed are we that we have food and shelter.
Get beds ready for broadbeans, climbing peas, brassicas like broccoli and cauli and
Kale. Happy winter planting :)

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Growing your own vege's can be healthy in so many ways.  Someone once said that you can solve all the problems of the world in the garden and I believe that's almost true.
for starters you know where your food is coming from.  What has gone into the soil, what has touched the the produce and how it is processed.  You have control over every part of its sowing, growing and harvest.
Growing your own reduces driving miles and miles (known as food miles) which lessens the impact on the environment dramatically.
Saving seeds and replanting keeps us in control of our food, rather than multi corporates genetically modifying our seeds and having control over it.  This ensures that healthy un-modified nutritious food remains in the hands of the individual rather than a multi global organisation.  How scary would it be if we could only buy food from the supermarket and we had no control over how it was sown, grown or flown to us?
Check out this Food Inc
Growing veges also helps us to put our head where our hands are.  That is, slow down, get grounded and breathe.  Simple healthy techniques that can ease anxiety, stress and concern.
Personally, I find I can naturally connect spiritually when I'm in the garden pottering.  It gives me the space and time that I need to do that.  I hope you find the same space within your garden or that you can create one soon.

Another garden added!!