Posts by SalGallaher

I am a keen writer and photographer living in Sydney. Have dabbled in writing over a number of years, but only recently took it up seriously. It's​ become an addiction now. I think of themes and stories all the time and cant wait to get them down on paper. But never enough time. Would love to one day be able to indulge in writing full time and not have to worry about the bills getting paid. Who knows :-)

Positive Thought 17/1/2019

Today’s positive…this morning I chatted to my sister in Denmark, excited about her first grandchild due in three weeks, as well as my daughter in San Fransisco, excited about her wedding in September. 2019 is shaping up to be a big year!

Positive Thought 16/1/2019

Today’s positive…commuting to work or driving to familier places we tend to take the same route; the road we know. But it often means we go on auto pilot and don’t notice our surroundings. Tonight I had dinner with a friend after work which meant a bit of a detour. All of a sudden I noticed the houses, the parks and the shops along my way.

We should change our routines more often. Get out of auto pilot and enjoy the moment.

Positive Thought 14/1/2019

Today’s positive…after three years of recovering from frozen shoulders and broken ribs I finally felt ready this week to start doing group classes at the gym. Had my sights set on a 6.30 bar pilates class. Except no teacher turned up. But I did and thats a start. Hopped on the familiar treadmill and exercise machine instead.

Healthy Living – Sesame Prawns

A delicious light lunch.

1. Stir fry raw prawns in sesame oil and sprinkle with sesame vege seasoning.

2. Spread avocado on crispbread.

3. Add baby spinach leaves, cucumber and top with freshly cooked sesame prawns.

Enjoy 🙂

Positive Thought 12/1/2019

Today’s positive…watching the sun setting after a productive and very hot Saturday catching up on domestics, editing a friend’s short story and stocking my fridge with delicious fresh food. Nothing satisfies more than feeling a sense of ‘having achieved’.