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  • Guess who gets way too upset when I lose my bottles under the couch..... 🙋‍♂️🙈
  • Guess who gets way too upset when I lose my bottles under the couch..... 🙋‍♂️🙈

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  • A Birdseye view of the first stage of inlaying a brass starmap into one of our custom ‘Intergalactic’ tables with the @shapertools - this starmap captures the stars from the exact time and location of the birth of Nikki (SDB’s first intern) and Matt’s first child. I know the timber might look like American Oak and therefore contravene the Bureau’s 🇦🇺 timber only policy, but this beautiful timber is an Australian native known as White Mahogany (Eucalyptus acmenoides). The first time we have ever used it and our immediate reaction is 🤤 thanks a million to Andy and the team at @urban_salvage for consistently providing us with the best timbers in the land 👏🏻
  • A Birdseye view of the first stage of inlaying a brass starmap into one of our custom ‘Intergalactic’ tables with the @shapertools - this starmap captures the stars from the exact time and location of the birth of Nikki (SDB’s first intern) and Matt’s first child. I know the timber might look like American Oak and therefore contravene the Bureau’s 🇦🇺 timber only policy, but this beautiful timber is an Australian native known as White Mahogany (Eucalyptus acmenoides). The first time we have ever used it and our immediate reaction is 🤤 thanks a million to Andy and the team at @urban_salvage for consistently providing us with the best timbers in the land 👏🏻

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  • Back from a great little escape to Melbourne. Some well overdue catch ups ❤ an amazing gig and some pretty shitty weather. Now..to drip feed some pics of the trip over time to make it look like I'm still on the go 😫
  • Back from a great little escape to Melbourne. Some well overdue catch ups ❤ an amazing gig and some pretty shitty weather. Now..to drip feed some pics of the trip over time to make it look like I'm still on the go 😫

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  • The power of language - it has a huge impact on how we perceive things!! I teach the importance of positive language in my upcoming online workshop happening next Wednesday. You can join from the comfort of your own home so hit the link in my bio for all the details ✨ 📸  @alexipanos
  • The power of language - it has a huge impact on how we perceive things!! I teach the importance of positive language in my upcoming online workshop happening next Wednesday. You can join from the comfort of your own home so hit the link in my bio for all the details ✨ 📸 @alexipanos

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  • Beef and cheese risotto.
  • Beef and cheese risotto.

  •  8  0  13 August, 2019
  • Disaster Day :((( not feeling good at all. From bad to worse. 
A little Graphic photo WARNING!!
I am a bit shook up today. I was in a little car accident this evening. And a bit shook up pulling out of a spot and went straight into a car and honestly completely my fault. I’m okay and that’s all that matters don’t have much to say. 
Today went a little bit unexpected. This morning woke up at 5:30am and got somewhat of a stretch in. We then headed off to the gym session and smashed a good session run by Bern and Mary. The morning started well, I always seem to have a 30 minute power nap after the gym session and boy it’s so good. After getting up and finishing my uni work I made my self some food before starting my easy 8km run. This week is an easier week on my program due to the last two weeks being super hectic. Which I am grateful for. After smashing out my run in 38 minutes. The day took a little turn. Last Thursday morning I woke up with a sore shoulder and was like this is annoying but proceeded to ride and then swam 5.1km on Sunday. Continued to be a little sore but continued on with it. Today I wanted to be cautious  and get an ultrasound  and see what was wrong. And bang bursitis in my shoulder never have I ever gotten an injection so quickly. Double dose of who knows what right into the shoulder. Anyway won’t be able to swim for a little bit at this stage. We will see what happens. Also enjoyed a nice dinner last night lots of food was consumed. Not a good day a bit shocked about what happened tonight. But I’ll be alright. I’m alive and that’s all that really matters to be honest. Grateful. Thanks for the messages asking if I’m alright. Appreciate. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. 🏊‍♂️:190.65km
🚴‍♂️:3573.79km
🏃‍♂️:1025.76km
“Hug the people you care about and make sure they know that you care and appreciate them. Make it known to your friends and family that you love them.”
#SèekDiscomfort
  • Disaster Day :((( not feeling good at all. From bad to worse.
    A little Graphic photo WARNING!!
    I am a bit shook up today. I was in a little car accident this evening. And a bit shook up pulling out of a spot and went straight into a car and honestly completely my fault. I’m okay and that’s all that matters don’t have much to say.
    Today went a little bit unexpected. This morning woke up at 5:30am and got somewhat of a stretch in. We then headed off to the gym session and smashed a good session run by Bern and Mary. The morning started well, I always seem to have a 30 minute power nap after the gym session and boy it’s so good. After getting up and finishing my uni work I made my self some food before starting my easy 8km run. This week is an easier week on my program due to the last two weeks being super hectic. Which I am grateful for. After smashing out my run in 38 minutes. The day took a little turn. Last Thursday morning I woke up with a sore shoulder and was like this is annoying but proceeded to ride and then swam 5.1km on Sunday. Continued to be a little sore but continued on with it. Today I wanted to be cautious and get an ultrasound and see what was wrong. And bang bursitis in my shoulder never have I ever gotten an injection so quickly. Double dose of who knows what right into the shoulder. Anyway won’t be able to swim for a little bit at this stage. We will see what happens. Also enjoyed a nice dinner last night lots of food was consumed. Not a good day a bit shocked about what happened tonight. But I’ll be alright. I’m alive and that’s all that really matters to be honest. Grateful. Thanks for the messages asking if I’m alright. Appreciate. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. 🏊‍♂️:190.65km
    🚴‍♂️:3573.79km
    🏃‍♂️:1025.76km
    “Hug the people you care about and make sure they know that you care and appreciate them. Make it known to your friends and family that you love them.”
    #SèekDiscomfort

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  • The 2020 Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition, Pierre Bonnard, opens 5 June.
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Pierre Bonnard 
French 1867–1947
Stairs in the artist’s garden 1942–44
oil on canvas
63.0 x 73.0 cm
National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
Ailsa Mellon Bruce Collection •
Pierre Bonnard
French 1867–1947
The dining room in the country 1913
oil on canvas
126.8 x 135.3 cm
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
The John R. Van Derlip Fund
  • The 2020 Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition, Pierre Bonnard, opens 5 June.

    Pierre Bonnard
    French 1867–1947
    Stairs in the artist’s garden 1942–44
    oil on canvas
    63.0 x 73.0 cm
    National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
    Ailsa Mellon Bruce Collection •
    Pierre Bonnard
    French 1867–1947
    The dining room in the country 1913
    oil on canvas
    126.8 x 135.3 cm
    Minneapolis Institute of Arts
    The John R. Van Derlip Fund

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  • Winners in the sun #GETONRED 😎
  • Winners in the sun #GETONRED 😎

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  • Want me to take you through step by step how to make this dish plus smoothies AND raw treats? 
Come & visit me at @ausfitnessshow Melbourne this Sunday 1pm for a live cooking demo! You’ll make friends with salad, won’t believe you’re drinking spirulina & be entertained by my “never have I ever cooked in front of a crowd before” nerves!! 😂😁😱
Can’t wait to see you there! To get 30% discounted tix ~ use my code: ALI21 🙌🏽 #ausfitnessshow #healthycook #healthylifestyle #ijustlikecooking #glowfrominsideout
  • Want me to take you through step by step how to make this dish plus smoothies AND raw treats?
    Come & visit me at @ausfitnessshow Melbourne this Sunday 1pm for a live cooking demo! You’ll make friends with salad, won’t believe you’re drinking spirulina & be entertained by my “never have I ever cooked in front of a crowd before” nerves!! 😂😁😱
    Can’t wait to see you there! To get 30% discounted tix ~ use my code: ALI21 🙌🏽 #ausfitnessshow #healthycook #healthylifestyle #ijustlikecooking #glowfrominsideout

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  • Following four sold out performances in 2018, Joe Hisaishi returns to Melbourne for a repeat performance at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in 2020!

But this time, you can join the legendary composer in an Australian-exclusive performance inside Hamer Hall celebrating his accomplishments as one of the most important music-makers of our time.
  • Following four sold out performances in 2018, Joe Hisaishi returns to Melbourne for a repeat performance at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in 2020!

    But this time, you can join the legendary composer in an Australian-exclusive performance inside Hamer Hall celebrating his accomplishments as one of the most important music-makers of our time.

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