The shape of things to come

Florentine contested forestry area, Tasmania Don’t be afraid to let who you really are shine through.

Take pleasure in the small things, the every day beauties that surround us. The ordinary, once noticed, becomes extraordinary.

South Cape walk, Bruny Island, Tasmania I’ve been making the most of my sabbatical, but now spring is here. Hello!

Starfish, Lady Bay, Tasmania. Hang in there, you’ll make it through.

Fungi climb a tree, Powelltown State Forest, Victoria, Australia If you can’t change the situation, try changing your perspective.

Snow gentian (Gentianella sp.), Mt. Wellington Treasure the small joys and ephemeral beauties of daily life.

Little pied cormorant (Microcarbo melanoleucos), Lake Daylesford, Daylesford, Victoria. Seek moments of stillness.

Tasmanian pademelon (Thylogale billardierii) – the smallest wallaby – Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania. We share our world with millions of other creatures. Treat them with care and respect.

Balance is an essential quality of living sustainably: prioritising activities and accepting limitations to reach your goals and avoid the pitfalls of over-commitment, burn-out and apathy. Balance is critical in managing...

Raindrops on African Iris (Dietes bicolor) leaves We need a balance of both sunshine and rain so we may flourish.