What can you do, with what you've got, where you are, for others?
This last fortnight we have donated 51 educational books and materials to local families; and have finished 93 newborn hats to give away via local midwives.
The hats have been in progress for some time but the method of construction meant that I needed a sewing machine with 3-step zig-zag (which Vega's machine doesn't have) to finish them off. So in a to-do basket they sat until a perfect stranger on Facebook lent me her new machine.
That's kindness lending to more kindness, for sure!
General information about driving in New Zealand including driver's licenses and safety.
What decisions there are to make when buying or building a mobile home.
A majority of our posts in this category, expanded and illustrated, now feature in our e-book:
While neither of us are professionals, occassionally there is a photo we take worth sharing.
Ideas and issues that nationals may take for granted like medical care, what to do with rubbish, when shops are open, and our culture.
Random acts of kindness for the budget-conscience. This is where you will also find our 12 monthly posts on what we were able to do for others in our community and beyond.
Inspired to do a RAOK? Check out our current fund-raiser: