4: Musician Toby Robinson talks about experiencing the Ash Wednesday bush fires, the loss of his mother, learning to play the banjo in Ireland and why he one day quit his day job to be a full time singer & songwriter.
In the summer in Australia it can be brutally hot. I remember being woken up at night, it was red, the whole mountain was on fire. Trees exploding, houses burnt down. - Toby Robinson
3: How editor Assisi Chant has created happiness from nothing more than belief, gratitude and ruthless decluttering.
"My office is on a veranda and it looks out onto the gardens, a beautiful 6 acres of gardens basically, and that gives me an outlook. What I found particularly interesting when I moved my office to that location, where I had a view of the outside; I opened up my client base amazingly. Within 3 weeks of shifting my office and having a view, I ended up with 4 new clients."
2: Entrepreneur Geoff McDonald shares his story of business deals going wrong, depression, and how he got his groove back by walking and creating good habits.
"When you are in a desperate situation withdrawing is not a very good option because it actually makes things get worse. So that was the really hard part."
1: Designer Jenny Thor talks about how it was growing up with bad eczema, asthma and allergies and hula hoops and, Ulrika Eriksson about the challenges leaving a long term relationship and moving to a new country.
Jenny Thor - Designer & hula hoop fan
I was ashamed of my hands because I've got a lot of scarring on my hands.
000: Why photographer Yenny Stromgren started Everyday Light Warriors’ podcast and blog, what it is about and how it can add value into your life.
I remember the first day in February in 1999. I came to Cairns airport, took my only two suitcases that I owned and walked out and I almost fainted on the ground of the humidity.