Little Olive Leaf Café

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After buying all the essentials from the pharmacy for my trip away, I drove past this little café. Hidden over in the suburbs of Wilagee, I had never seen this café before. I was pleasantly delighted to see the range of foods and drinks they had and the quaint beauty of it. There aren’t many seats but it wasn’t busy; the perfect time to sit down and have a little something by yourself.

I will definitely go again with the company of someone else to enjoy the lunch meals. They have a range of classic breakfasts ranging from plain croissants to eggs florentine. But as you can see in the image, they also have quiches, curries, pastas and shepherds pies. I’m looking forward to trying those beauties 🙂

The seating area is lined with mismatched cushions and chairs. Perfect for a lounge, anytime of the day. Let me know if you’ve been to this café or if you plan on going! Would love to see what you order.

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I can honestly say that this pressed juice (although not freshly pressed at the café) was THE BEST juice I have ever had. Man, I’m really discovering some “best” things on this blog (check THE BEST banana bread ever).

Open invitation to anyone reading this if they want to come with me to this café next time 😉

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Location: 7 Archibald St, Willagee WA 6156

Opening Hours: 7am-4pm Tuesday to Friday, 8am-2.30pm Saturday & Sunday, Closed Mondays.

Bus Stop Café

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If you think many of my posts are beach themed, you’d be right. Between Leighton beach and Cottesloe stands Mosman Beach. A beach populated mostly by dogs and dog owners. However, humans without dogs might come to such a location to check out the Bus Stop Café located along the street.

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This cute little vibrant café is actually a bus. They serve coffee, smoothies, breakfast meals but best of all BANANA BREAD. 

I’ve never particularly been a fan of banana bread. But after Coralie ordered the banana bread here and I took a bite, I instantly fell in love. This is THE BEST banana bread I have  ever had. Make sure you take a seat on the bus to eat your banana bread while it’s warm and toasty.

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Let me know if you’ve ever been here, if you go here and what you order because there are A LOT of amazing looking things on this menu 🙂

A Day in North Cottesloe

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If you guys didn’t know, I am OBSESSED with pinterest. Not saying I’m late to the train or anything because I have been obsessed for a very long time, and I don’t think that’s going to stop anytime soon. If any of you live in Perth, I would suggest following my “Places to Eat in Perth” board. I often update it with screenshots of instagram locations.

Coralie and I started our Tuesday by going for a drive down to Cottesloe/North Cottesloe where we found Daisies Cottesloe. A cute little café/brunch spot. With indoor and outdoor tables and a short walk to the beach we ordered our coffees and went for a stroll up the road.

When going to the beach, the most common beach to go to is Cottesloe Beach. With cafés, fish and chip shops and the iconic Indiana overlooking the ocean, its no wonder why it’s always busy. However, after seeing this North Cottesloe beach on such a beautiful day, I think I’ll be driving that little extra distance to go to the beach more often than not. The beach was mostly empty and the water was crystal clear.

Coralie and I both regretted not wearing swim wear, but that didn’t stop us from getting in the water.

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The Little Blue House

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If only it was a sunny day when we decided to go out to take these, but I guess the lighting wouldn’t have been so fantastic if it was glary. Credits to Coralie for taking these photos.

Wearing:

Jacket $25 from the Op Shop (Unbranded); Cropped Top $10, City Beach; White High-Waisted Jeans $29, Factorie; Boots $30, Cotton on.

Goodness Me Box – February Issue

Health-food subscriptions boxes are all the rage. With countless different options it’s difficult to choose just one. After doing some research on the Australian options, I decided on the “Goodness Me” subscription box. Buying individual boxes costs $25 per month and you usually receive them near the middle of the month.

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You get sent between 5 and 10 items every month and you can review each product to earn points towards an extra item. They like to support business big and small, mainly organic and sustainable products. I was pretty happy with the first box I received. Boxes do vary from person to person, and personally I’m sad I missed out on the gluten free penne pasta.

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YouTube

If you didn’t know, YouTube is a video-sharing website. It has grown bigger and bigger the last few years and thousands of people can now use their audience/fame to make a living. There are 300 minutes of video uploaded every minute and over 80% of young people watch youtube videos. Youtube is obviously, only just beginning to take over the world.

I’ve been pretty discreet about the fact that I have a YouTube channel. But I guess be truth is now that I’ve graduated from high school, I can be more selective about who I surround myself with. High school was difficult for me and I’m so glad I got out of there in one piece (more or less, haha) but at the same time high school taught me so many things about the world and myself that I would have never learnt had I never gone through the experiences that I had. I’ve come out of high school and stronger, more mature person. I appreciate myself, my skills and my flaws more than ever, knowing to find comfort in loneliness. I’ve learnt that other people aren’t always what you expect them to be, no matter how well you may know them. But most of all, I learnt that you can’t please everybody, but you can try to make yourself happy.

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