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The Retail Project: The Tasty Pear

If you’re looking for a one-stop spot to shop local, The Tasty Pear is the place for you.

This glorious treasure-trove of handmade goodies has a huge range from local and WA artists and creators, making it the perfect place to buy a gift or something special for yourself. It also makes shopping local super easy – it’s open 6 days a week, so you don’t have to hunt down your favourite artists at the markets or make guesses about the opening times associated with small shops.

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The best places to visit in the Swan Valley – Part 1

There’s a lot to love about the Swan Valley – including award winning wineries and breweries, incredible food and fresh local produce. But best of all? It’s only a quick 20 minute trip from the CBD (and even closer from my place). If it’s been awhile since you’ve visited, here’s part one of my top picks of things to see/eat/do in the Swan Valley.

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100 wonderful things

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Sometimes, life is horrible and heartbreaking. Whether you’re watching the news with sadness as the world grieves, or going through something a lot closer to home, it can often be hard to focus on the good things in life. And while a list isn’t going to change the word, it might just give you the breathing space you need.

For any time you feel sad, or lost, or uncertain – here are 100 wonderful things to think about instead.

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The Food Project: The Little Shop of Plenty

Away from the bustle of Whatley Crescent, just across from the Maylands train station on Railway Parade, is a gem of a café that is all about eating well to feel well.

The Little Shop of Plenty has been open for a year now, serving up delicious vegetarian and vegan goodies to remind the people of Perth that a plant-based diet doesn’t have to be boring.

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