Ob·tuse ( b-t s , -ty s , b-) adj. ob·tus·er, ob·tus·est 1. a. Lacking quickness of perception or intellect. b. Characterized by a lack of intelligence or sensitivity: an obtuse remark. c. Not distinctly felt: an obtuse pain. 2. a. Not sharp, pointed, or acute in form; blunt. The other day I was waitingContinue reading “Obtuse observations”
After breakfast this morning, the husband saw me scrolling through my newsfeed and asked, “what did you do before your smartphone?” I laughed and kept quiet. Not because I didn’t have an answer (I usually always have an answer), I was trying to give him some peace and quiet as he went about his morningContinue reading “Pen for your thoughts?”
Yesterday the husband and I headed to a free event for start ups, entrepreneurs and investors called the Unconvention. The whole idea was to get aspiring entrepreneurs with visions of success to become ‘scaleable and saleable’ with their business by signing up to a paid program that would partner you with experts to grow yourContinue reading “Entrepreneur inspiration”
We discovered this Vimeo treasure of one Canadian couple’s honeymoon in Ireland and it’s inspired me to capture some footage of our own adventure over the next few months. Watch A Fortnight Plus Half and get inspired.
Even though we have been living in Brisbane for over three years, we seem to discover new things right under our nose each week. Recently, these have included: – the revamped Museum of Brisbane and its Expo 88 exhibition, hidden inside the recently renovated City Hall where you can take a sunset clock towerContinue reading “Winter weekend warmers”
Before our friends left Australia on a four-month trip across South America, they gifted my Irish hubby with a book called The Social Animal. Maybe they think we are very social, perhaps it was all of those D&M (deep and meaningful in Aussie slang) conversations about Emotional Intelligence and its absence from the workplace over cheapContinue reading “Building up trust”