It was a dreary Saturday morning but some of us bloggers braved the rain and cold to go to this month’s #Brunchclub at Jack Tar. Jack Tar is in Wynyward Quarter close to the Viaduct Events Centre and Silo Park. I’ve been to a few places in Wynyard Quarter but I haven’t been to this restaurant yet. Continue reading
This week’s theme is Favourite Part of NZ. I have been calling New Zealand home for almost 9 years now and I truly love it here. This country is so beautiful and it’s also filled with lovely people. I’ve lived in Auckland ever since and I could’ve easily picked this city. However, the boyfriend and I went to Queenstown for our anniversary last year and I think I left a piece of my heart there.
Queenstown is absolutely beautiful. I don’t think you can take a bad photo of the place. Everywhere I looked is photogenic. I was amazed that I live in such an amazing country and I want to share with you the best parts of our Queenstown holiday.
Last Saturday, I went to my first ever #BrunchClub event. I was quite nervous going alone but I’m so glad I did because I had a lovely time meeting other bloggers.
It was held at LOOP in Kingsland. I’ve never been to this restaurant before but the food was great and I had three courses.
Check out my post below if you want to know more.
This week’s #BlogGreatness theme is tomorrow. I honestly found it a bit hard to come up with a post because I knew it would be slightly different to my usual haul/beauty/ootd posts. However, I wanted to take it on and share a more personal side.
If you’re interested to know what I’m looking forward to, click below.
Since I’ve started this blog, I have been lucky enough to be a part of the awesome #NZBloggers group and #BrunchClub. Though I have not met any of them in real life, I am blown away by the sheer creativity and talent of the members. Their support and knowledge have been helpful and inspiring too.
To motivate us bloggers, they have created a weekly challenge called #BlogGreatness which is a weekly prompt of specific words to blog about. We can interpret the word any way we like.
The first word in the challenge is Sage.
See below on how I put my own spin to this.