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Smile

Bronwyn Eichbaum

Smile

I was in the middle of town the other morning as Smile by Elvis Costello was playing - and the sheer joy the lyrics brought me made me want to share them.  Have a read...

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Confessions of an addict

Bronwyn Eichbaum

Confessions of an addict

Hi - my name is Bron, and I'm an addict. This was me two nights ago as I sat down to dinner with my husband Max.  Because earlier that day I had come to the realization that I was addicted to my i phone.  Or more precisely, what is on my i phone. My first suggestion of course was to get a land-line back.  This idea was shut down before I even got to plead my case.  I'd just like to point out at this stage of the proceedings that this makes our relationship sound one sided - when in...

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Music Therapy

Bronwyn Eichbaum

It's a well known fact that music is great therapy.  For me personally I would have music playing 90% of my day if I could.   Actually what am I saying - I do. I ride an e-bike every day, everywhere - and I have a small bluetooth speaker attached to my handle bars.  When people see me coming, or hear me coming, I love that it puts a smile on their face.  As it's not a common sight to see.  There are the odd cyclists out there that choose to have headphones in.  Madness if you ask me.  For starters...

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Sisters

Bronwyn Eichbaum

Sisters

I don't have a sister, and strangely I don't think I ever pined for one either.  I have two fabulous older brothers who never really seemed to mind me around.  Well, not that I remember anyway.  I must ask them.  We fished, they taught me the perfect rugby dive, and would bulldog me in the back yard.  It's no wonder I was a tomboy. I have sisters now though - my close female friends.  Fondly referred to as the inner sanctum  - if this were Salem we would all be BBQ.  That's how tight we are.  They are smart, independant,...

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Sarah Catherall writes about the direction of local labels.

Bronwyn Eichbaum

Sarah Catherall writes about the direction of local labels.

Sarah Catheralls take on how herriot came about and what does the opposite of fast fashion means to us. 

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