Monthly Archives: April 2016

Time to pick up the needles, Bronwyn Bishop?

Dear Ms Bishop, I would like to extend to you commiserations regarding your recent loss in the preselection for the seat of Mackellar. I except that it is highly unlikely that you will contest the seat as an independent, given your … Continue reading

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Knitting for wellbeing

This post forms part two of a series about knitting as therapy. Knitting is becoming ever increasingly popular as a hobby as people realise that not only is it fun, it’s good for you too. There is a small, but growing, … Continue reading

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Knitting as therapy – Intro.

   I’ve been on the downward spiral of my mental illness (depression and anxiety). It’s quite possibly one of the worst episodes I’ve endured since I was first diagnosed at the end of 2010. I’ll get through it, but for … Continue reading

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