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See and do the small things in your day to create and share Divine moments.

Date and Cashew Caramel Chocolate Slice

May 23, 2017
I remember as a kid enjoying a chocolate and caramel slice that Mum used to make. The caramel was made with butter condensed milk and golden syrup. This is a healthier version of the chocolate caramel slice. Still sweet and rich so you don’t need much but less in refined sugar and more

Divine Christmas Angels

December 13, 2016
You found the time and space to nestle into that favourite place with a captivating book and a divine chocolate…enjoying a Divine moment. But what do you do now with the beautiful Divine wrap?  Since designing and creating the wrap we have felt a desire and need to share with you ways to

Harvest your home produce and reduce food waste.

June 27, 2016
Do you live like the average home maker where you rush from one job to another, struggling to find time to plan and manage the food requirements for the people in your care. Where success in the kitchen becomes centered on just getting everyone fed and pointed in the direction they need to go. In

Connecting over Cake

March 3, 2016
Is the cake becoming a lost tradition? When did you last share a cake? There are all sorts of changes that has put pressure on a tradition that is caked in history and social rewards.  Many of us are choosing not to bake or cook at home. If we do make the time and effort we have the options of

School books – we’ve got it covered

February 29, 2016
It might seem not so long ago that you were picking up or greeting your kids after their last day at school for the year wondering how were you going to keep them amused for the seven weeks ahead. Fast forward and it is back to school with a new set of school books and wondering how did that time

Home – growing flowers and foliage.

February 22, 2015
There has been a growing interest in growing your own herbs, vegetables and fruit at home. But what about growing your own flowers and foliage for cutting? Is it time to add this  into the mix of home cultivation? Lets look at and answer a few questions on getting flowers and foliage into your