We have all, quite rightly, been told not to judge a book by it’s cover as you never know what wonderful stories are waiting for us on the inside. So now it’s confession time, have you actually ever judged a book by its cover?
In trying times like these, perhaps a light-hearted, positive and humorous book would be well received. If you were to write a book, which genre would you choose?
If you wrote a book, what would the title be? It’s the school holidays here in Melbourne so I’m guessing “How to Build an Invisibility Cloak to Hide From the Children” or “685 Excuses Not To Make Slime” would be best sellers!
If you had to start a business, what would it be? Would you follow your profession or passion? (assuming they’re different 😉).
This question stops us in our tracks each time we see it. It appears innocent enough, but when you think about it, it makes you consider your values, and sense of humour. What advice would you want to give your younger self?
There are so many great people in the world that constantly inspire us and we’d love to learn more from. Whose life would you love to read and know more about?
For some, one long career is enough, for others…they’re happy to change things up and have multiple. If you had to pick another career, what would you choose? Tea taste tester, slipper tester or LEGO tester all sound fun.
Before we all began to stay safe at home we saw Torch the Place at the Melbourne Theatre Company which was amazing. What has been your favourite play that you have watched or read?
There’s something so calm and soothing wandering around an art gallery and it’s certainly something we’re missing while staying safe at home. Which is your favourite art gallery to visit?
Nature, your family, everyday objects, or food. There are a plethora of amazing subjects to snap, what do you love to take photos of?