Imagine this: what if Christmas became a reminder of life-changing hope?
This year has been particularly rough. Staying apart to keep our cities safe. Here’s a little something to help us say hello, re-build lost connections and deepen ones we’ve kept dear to us throughout this […]
Church: We’re a mixed bag
When I was young, I used to love sorting things. Buttons, lego pieces, stamps, you name it. My lucky day came when mum gave me a gigantic bag of buttons of all different shapes and […]
Surprising joys in uncertain times
My family and I migrated to Melbourne many many years ago, leaving a large community of uncles, aunts, cousins, grandparents, coworkers, church community and friends in Hong Kong. Building and sustaining connection has involved many […]
The necessity of a 'weekend away with the girls' for the single woman in her thirties.
It’s 9:45pm on a Sunday night: the dishes have been done, there’s apple turnovers in the oven and Day Spa, a three-wick candle phenomenon, is burning silently but powerfully next to me. Soft jazz wafts […]
We’re falling head over heels for something that ain’t real
Who is Sigrid Solback Raabe? Once you watch the music video for her single Strangers you’ll never forget her dance moves. Winner of BBC Sound of 2018, Sigrid shares the honour roll with past winners such as […]
Leaving small talk behind.
Enveloped by bright lights of the Singapore skyline and its reflection in the sheer glass windows behind us, one quips they’ve discovered their thirties is less of an outward adventure (travelling) and more of an […]