Monthly Archives: July 2016

We’d Have Better Relationships with Others and Ourselves Without Technology!

What’s wrong with making things from scratch?  We make our own butter, vegetable stock, muesli (CADA), fishing bait (my partner is into making his own boilies), and cleaning products. At 31 years of age apparently this is something that reminds … Continue reading

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What’s So Great About Thermomix? Only What You Put Into It!

What can you do with a Thermomix?  This is the first question I get asked when I mention I have one, or that I am getting a second one.  Most people think they would just get over the novelty and … Continue reading

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What Could Be Better Than Owning a Thermomix? Owning Two!

I can barely contain my excitement today since I got an email about the 24 months interest free offer on the new thermomix.  I called my demonstrator, if you’ve read my earlier posts you’ll know I already have the older … Continue reading

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Is Technology Affecting Us More Than We Realise?

I’ve been reading a book about neuroplasticity, “The Brain that Changes Itself”.  It talks about a lot of different things, involving how the brain re-organises itself – therefore being plastic, but what I was reading an appendix tonight that talks … Continue reading

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