2 years ago I joined forces with an incredible company to become a life coach. A few days ago they launched a Lifestyle Transformation Program that is going to help participants find balance in all major areas of life.
I get to help change lives with this program. It’s a blessed day when you love what you do so much because it’s actually making a positive impact and changing lives. So blessed to be on this mission 👊🏻
Oooh, my gorgeous Oola prize arrived in the post yesterday, how lucky am I! Thank you so much Michelle Martion 🙏 I'm so looking forward to getting stuck into these 💛💚❤️
❤️ my new hat. Thankyou Michelle Martion 😘

Follow us on our journey from chemical farmland to regenerative agriculture at #littleaussiefarm | BALANCE | GROWTH | PURPOSE |

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 17/09/2022

Happy Saturday, how I love you, let me count the ways
1. Pilates
2. Coffee with girls
3. Lazy day around the farm

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 17/09/2022

Big should out to local man, Mr Harris, who just gifted me the most beautiful proteas 🥰


Positive positive

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 07/09/2022

It can be a difficult question, but asking “R U Ok?” can be the first step in helping someone in emotional distress.

Today is R U Ok? Day, an opportunity for us to check in with the people in our lives, and to put a spotlight on the conversation around mental health and su***de prevention.

While Australians in rural communities enjoy higher life satisfaction than those in metropolitan areas, within our communities the people facing mental health challenges can really suffer.

Australian su***de rates are 67 per cent higher in rural and regional communities than in capital cities.



Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD)

​​CRD is one of the most common causes of disease in backyard chickens, occuring when chickens are stressed. Stress can come from the cold, a change of surrounds, introducing new chickens to the flock. The bacteria then causes major damage to the bird's respiratory system.​

Signs of CRD

The signs of CRD are sniffling, sneezing, coughing, wheezing following exertion and other signs of respiratory distress.

Treatment at LittleAussiefarm

Obviously those that know us, we are chemical free, so here’s my recipe. Still tweaking and treating but so far so good.

LAF Natural CRD remedy for chickens

1 tspn Fennel seeds ground
1 tspn Ginger ground
1 tspn Garlic ground
1/4 cup lemon juice
2 tbsp honey
1 tspn Cayenne pepper
5 drops Thyme EO
200ml water


Keeping up with the Jones’s was never a thing for me. I was all about blazing my own trail. Moving to the farm later in life after we did a lot of travel in the first 25 years of marriage might seem backward to some, but we had a plan and our plan has come together nicely.

What have you done that you feel is outside the norm?

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 13/08/2022

Why’s wrong with this picture?

Purpose built goat house, goats sheltering from the rain under the trailer.

Moo 🐮 in the goat house 🤦‍♀️


Who else is over winter? Meeeeeeeee

Some days yours is the only smile someone sees.

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 06/08/2022

Meet Moo. Our latest girl.


Every day is a lesson in patience. I’ve waited 7 months for an inside shower and toilet. If you’d asked me in December I would have said I couldn’t do it, but it’s done! Amazing what we can put up with when we have to. Onward and upward.

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 28/07/2022

Such a big week for peopling this week which has left me quite exhausted. Presented to over 200 brokers on Monday and did training sessions with about 80 more on Tuesday and Wednesday. It really has been an emotional week too as we prepared for my father-in-laws funeral next Friday.
Hope you had a fab week and here’s to a fab weekend!


Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 22/07/2022

There’s something about a fence that defines a space, giving more security and looks great too! Chicken girls can now roam free and not end up pooping on my verandah and the goats can roam free but are contained. Everything takes longer than planned and seems to cost more lately, but I’m really happy with the result

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 15/07/2022

What are you reading? Let me know.

The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his (her) life by altering his (her) attitude ~ William James


Fremantle just made TIME’s Top 50 World’s Greatest Places list:

📸 me from our bi-plane flight over Freo

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 11/07/2022

Still going on a furniture up-cycle. Not quitting, but it’s taking longer than I thought. Any words of encouragement?

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 11/07/2022

Double trouble. 10 weeks and weening this weekend. Wish me luck 🍀


I am truly blessed to have found Oola when I did a few years ago.

Today, I am happier and healthier than ever - thanks to the Oola framework, now available online via a simple to use app!

When your life is balanced and growing in all 7 key areas it feels ... well Ooh la la ... and that, my beautiful friends, that is living your OolaLife.

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 27/06/2022

I work for Blue Zebra Insurance and Bluey is our mascot based in our Sydney office. Due to a lot of growth over the last year we have needed to expand to bigger offices. How do we move a Zebra across Sydney?
With lots of fun, beers, and good spirits!

I can’t wait to meet Bluey tomorrow💙🦓


Patient = able to accept or tolerate delays, problems, or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious.

Not my greatest strength, but it’s like a muscle I exercise every day.

How do you handle being impatient? Here are 7 things I do for myself

1. Breath! Try box breathing. In for 7 hold for 7 out for 7 hold for 7. This helps to slow your heart rate and relax your body.

2. Do a body scan. Impatience can cause your muscles to tense. Focus on scanning and relaxing your muscles, from your toes up to the top of your head. A great way to do this is to scrunch the muscle and then relax it.

3. Changing your thoughts around the source of your impatience. Consider all perspectives.

4. Using coping statements or mantras that promote patience and a sense of calm. This includes mantras like “breathe,” “I can stand this,” “patience,” “this too shall pass.”

5. Accepting imperfection. Some things are just out of your control. Nobody’s perfect, including yourself. Remind yourself that your impatience rarely gets others to move faster or do better.

6. Practice mindfulness. It can help you reduce stress and manage negative feelings of anxiety and impulsivity associated with impatience.

7. Fueling yourself. Physical factors can lead to impatience, such as hunger (you know, feeling hangry), dehydration, or fatigue. Pay attention to your body; a simple remedy might be a healthy snack or a glass of water!

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 23/06/2022

Cold and foggy morning on the farm this morning, but farm chores still need to be done. 7 weeks old tomorrow Honey & Maple are growing well.

Photos from LittleAussiefarm's post 19/06/2022

I am truly blessed to have found Oola when I did a few years ago. Now I get to share that knowledge by coaching people through the Oola framework, which has brought balance to hundreds of Aussies - by knowing the principles work and believing that I can teach what I learned.

You see not that long ago I was overweight, struggling with my marriage, drowning in debt and pretending everything was perfect. It wasn’t.

Today, I am happier and healthier than ever - thanks to the Oola framework - I get to help people, just like you, find more balance doing my dream job as an Oola Life Coach.

When your life is balanced and growing in all 7 key areas it feels ... well Ooh la la ... and that, my beautiful friends, that is living your OolaLife. It’s simple, but it isn’t always easy - but oh gosh is it worth it!


What is Oola and how can it help yoi?

Aww I can’t believe I created this video a year ago.


For the last couple of weeks I’ve been really struggling with a sore back. Today I got this product from a friend to try. I’m at the point I will give anything a go, I’ve tried my usual bag of tricks.

All I know at this point is it makes my cappuccino yellow. 💛 wish me luck 🍀


One thing that I’ve really appreciated since moving to the farm is how important it is to use plant based and sustainable products. Everything we use goes into our water system and onto our land.

So it has really highlighted the importance of using plant based and toxin free products for cleaning and personal care products.

I’ve found a brand I can trust for cleaning, skin care, makeup, hair care, and so many different products. Isn’t it time you switched?


Yep, you know it. It’s ok not to be perfect.


Stay focused, keep on budget, save for the big dreams and go make them come true. All your dreams can come true, if you have the courage to pursue them ~ Walt Disney


Introducing Honey and Maple to collars. They are Izzy’s spare ones, but they will grow out of them soon so I don’t want to get them their own just yet.
thinks the kids look cute?


"You make a life out of what you have, not what you're missing”. Kate Morton ~ The Forgotten Garden.

Gratitude not only helps us stay balanced ⚖️ during life‘s crazy moments it actually brings about the support, opportunity, and abundance that keeps us balanced. Gratitude fosters hope, help and incredibly it also fosters healing.

But being grateful doesn’t mean I’m complacent or done with striving for a better life.

There are probably parts of your life you’re satisfied with right now, but other parts where you know you need to grow.

Focus on the good whilst still working on the areas you wish to improve.

There’s so much good if you look for it. It may be as simple as the ☀️ sun is shining, 🐦 the birds are chirping, 🌬 the air is clean, but there’s always something to be grateful for. 🙏🏻

What are you for today?

Oola Australia is born

My true purpose is to show you how you can have more balance, not just in your choices that affect your physical health, but in your mental and financial health to help you achieve all your goals and dreams

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