A few weeks ago we talked all things mindfulness from the perspective of the father of mindfulness, Thich Nhat Hanh. But we couldn’t stop there. Thich Nhat Hanh has so much wisdom we couldn’t do it justice in just one post, so here are eight of our favourite life lessons by Thich Nhat Hanh.
The word mindfulness has had a bit of a workout of late. So we thought we would give you (and us!) a crash course in mindfulness and why this simple little concept is all you need to find happiness and peace in your life.
Who better to focus on than the teachings of the father of mindfulness Thich Nhat Hanh (pronounced “Tik N’yat Harn”).
We are really excited to be attending The Peninsula Picnic again this year. Believe us, this festival is So. Much. Friggin’. Fun!
We caught up with the team behind the event for everything you need to know about the day.
The year is underway. People are tanned, New Year resolutions have been made (and broken), and kids are back to school while parents across the country can be heard breathing a collective sigh of relief.
Often when thinking of the fashion industry, images come to mind of large-scale mass production that compromises social welfare, human rights, the environment, and in turn, the end product.
For us at Ovae this picture couldn’t be further from the truth. We are a small, family run Australian business that creates unique and stylish accessories that last a lifetime.
And while not all big businesses are soulless corporations, because we are small we are able to offer our customers a buying experience and product that they won’t find on the high street.
Here are five reasons to choose us.
In our last post, we made your Christmas preparations easy with our Ultimate Gift Buying Guide.
But how will you cope on the day? Here is our slightly-tongue-in-cheek Christmas survival guide.
Tip 1: Christmas can be a teaching opportunity
There is nothing like watching little Noah tear open his new remote-control car to realise… Santa forgot to buy AA batteries!
Turn this into a ‘Christmas lesson’. Remind little Noah that some children in the world don’t even have remote-control cars to put their batteries in, or that back in your day you had to use your arms to push said vehicle. He will stop whining immediately to appreciate your wisdom.