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About Me



Experience and background history.


Gardening and growing fruit and vegetables has been my life passion since I was a very young child.

When I was only 8 years old I was described as an odd child that gave away buckets of tomatoes, and gave garden advice to everyone.

As a child most of my friends were adults that shared my passion for plants and gardens.

From the time I was 10 years old my mother never pruned the roses again as I did such a good job of looking after them.

The rose bed at the front of our home in Perth W.A. where I grew up, was quite spectacular.

All throughout my life I have taken a passionate interest in learning as much as I could from the ancient old Italian, Yugoslav, Greek, Macedonian and Asian gardeners and farmers. I also noticed a very interesting fact here, I have known so many passionate gardener's that grew their own food, that were still very very healthy and active, well into their late 90's.

My whole life I have also been extremely passionate about learning as much as I possibly could about herbs and their uses, natural therapies, alternative therapies, home remedies, diet and nutrition. I honestly feel it all ties in together, growing food and good healthy mind and body.

In 1976 I studied long and hard and got a diploma in therapeutic massage and beauty therapy, and began my life long passion into natural and alternative healing and therapies.

When I was in my late 20's till my mid 30's I did lots of volunteer work with the "Men of the Trees" to learn as much as I could about land care and farming as most of the other volunteers were retired farmers, and they were a huge wealth of knowledge and experience I could learn from and draw upon, as we were clearing and developing a family farm of 177 acres, that my mother had bought at my urging, and because of my deep passion for farming and growing things.

It amazing how much one can learn from going out collecting native seeds or planting trees with a big bunch of people aged from 60 to 92, who were more than happy to teach me as much as they possibly could.

The most valuable lessons I learned from my time with them was, diversify, diversify, diversify, take care of the land, the flora and fauna, and plan for long term future too.


When I got to my 30's and wanted a proper career direction, with qualifications, so, I decided to go back to school and get a piece of paper to prove I knew what I was talking about as I was always giving gardening and farming advice.

I am deeply passionate about wanting to teach people how to grow their own food, and take care of the land and environment better, as well as having and developing my own little garden of Eden "Forage and Feast" to teach from.

I wanted to be sure I knew everything I possibly could, so as I could be the best I can be. I feel privileged, honored and humbled that I have been blessed with the knowledge and experiences I have acquired over the years.

I went to Tafe full time for 4 years, and surprised myself and my lecturers as I excelled in all areas of study, because I am so deeply passionate about all aspects of horticulture and land care management.

I cant speak highly enough of my Tafe lecturers, as we shared the passion for anything horticulture, and in my opinion they were all the best in their specialized fields.

During my time at Tafe, I was most fortunate that the on campus facilities were minimal, because the lecturers instead took us to farms and market gardens to make sure we got "hands on" experience on everything, we worked along side the workers and farmers, and spoke to them at length about the working of and management aspects of their properties

Because of the friendships I formed with my Tafe lecturers, it allowed me to learn far more from them than just the allocated curriculum.

I feel I benefited greatly from this, and my lecturers all urged me to go and get my diploma of education so I could also teach.

All I learned from our many week long south east and south west excursions to study the drought and salinity problems in the wheat belt regions, and trials and studies done on it, left a huge impact on me, as well as a real depth of understanding of how to reverse the salinity, and minimize the drought problems.

I also did viticulture excursions throughout the south west and Margaret River region, as well as the Swan Valley, where I worked full time hands to gain experience in every aspect of establishing, maintaining, pruning and picking, cleaning and packing of both table and wine grapes.

During production fruit and vegetable growing I worked hands on in a great many market gardens and orchards, doing establishment, picking, pruning, packing and presenting it for market or export.

I have seen and studied what works and what does not, and I was very fortunate to have known and talked to at length with many farmers, from many different farming backgrounds and farming practices.

I have also spent time living in the north west of W.A. and the Mackay region of Queensland, and gained depth of understanding of the many problems farmers face with the elements there too.

A few years after Tafe I owned, run and managed my own retail nursery [Kalbarri Organics] with trainees I was teaching.

This nursery was not just plants, as I also grew and supplied the supermarkets and restaurants in the town of Kalbarri with fresh organic fruit vegetables and herbs, including hydroponic tomatoes, lettuces and strawberries. I also had a plant hire service where as I hired out my own large plants to local businesses and restaurants.

I became pregnant and could no longer run the nursery as it required too much hard, heavy work, and I had to return to Perth due to pregnancy complications.


My garden at my home I owned for 20 years, included a rose bed that the roses were spectacular prize winning blooms, and I also had a huge 15 m2 nursery full of my rare plant collection, and most of all my fruit and vegetables were home grown.


In the past few years I have been traveling the country, meeting, speaking to and learning from different farmers and farming practices, and during this time I have learned so much more as I have devoted and dedicated myself to researching, studying and seeing solutions to a great many of the problems facing people, from households to hobby farmers to large scale broad acre farming.


My full talents and skills are best served in giving on the spot visiting consultations, where as I give you a guided tour of your own garden or property, telling you all you need to know in how to get the very best from your plants, garden, property or farm.


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For over 30 years I have been studying and researching weight loss and nutrition, and I have finally put it into a book for everyone to have the same freedom from having to diet, exercise or work to control my weight.




In my little book I have put a huge amount of effort into keeping it as short, simple and  easy to understand as I possibly could.


The following is from my book



This is the answer for anyone that wants to loose weight, but find its too much effort to stick to a controlled and restricted diet, or too costly for expensive dieting products, or weight loss programs, or don’t have the time and effort to spend hours everyday to exercise.

Most weight loss programs require a huge effort and life style change.

That is why this is the easiest way for men to loose weight as they seem to be far less disciplined and committed to stick to the normal run of the mill "yoyo" controlled and restricted diets, that don't actually work anyway.

This simple method takes almost no time or effort, and no change to your life style, other than the freedom to feel good without the stress of the excess kilo’s.

For over 30 years I have researched weight loss, diet and nutrition, this is because when growing up, my mother was always over weight, and battled with her weight constantly, she spent thousands of dollars on all sorts of weight loss programs, diets, pills, meal replacement shakes, and health club memberships, but any slight success she had was only short lived, she started trying to loose weight when she was 13 stone, trying to get back down to 10 stone, but after years of unhappy battles, and much misery, she ended up weighing 16 stone.

This terrified me, as I had the same build and genes.

I knew I would most likely have the same problem with my weight too.

Biggest problem for me is that I LOVE my food.

I am a very impulsive eater, and cant bear to restrict or deprive myself of what I want to eat.

The other problem was that with working and a busy social life, there was no way I would find the time for lots of exercise, that I saw as time wasting as there was always something better and more enjoyable to do than something boring and repetitious, that I would have to do for the rest of my life, just to be able to wear my favorite clothes and look good.

So, I began my quest to find an easier way to control my weight without it controlling my life, making me miserable, unhealthy, and a life full of rules, restrictions, and expensive diets like it did to my mum for years.

I was living proof to my mum that I could eat what I wanted, when I wanted and as much as I wanted without lots of rigorous exercise, and not gain heaps of weight.

After having a baby, friends teased me, laughing, saying I would never get back into my old jeans, as I was quite large during the last part of my pregnancy.

I expected that I would end up being a size or two bigger from there on for the rest of my life, and accepted that as fate, but still, as much as I wanted to be able to, I was not disciplined enough to ever follow or stick to a diet.

So, I began to put into practice what I had studied and researched, and very quickly I got back into my favorite jeans within months, quite easily, which surprised my mother , my friends and I.

The biggest surprise of all was that I made almost no effort at all.

Mum and friends were telling me I would put the weight back on especially eating how I did, which still included lots of fatty fried foods and sweets, so when they asked me how I lost the weight, and I told them, they didn’t believe me as it sounded too simple and easy.

Everyone was of the opinion that weight loss was a huge effort requiring lots hard work, time effort and commitment.

Finally in desperation, mum decided to try the silly “no diet – diet “ I kept talking about, thinking it wouldn’t work as it was too simple compared to everything else she had tried, and much to her amazement, she began to loose the weight she had tried to loose for years, she finally got down to a healthy and happy under the 10 stone mark she had thought was never going to be achievable.

Mum never became overweight again.

Instead, it was my fault she had to buy a new wardrobe of clothes.


So, you are probably asking yourself,

how can something so simple and so easy work so effectively ?

Easy, "simple things are often the best".





Back cover of book




To prevent your body from keeping or adding storage bulk, you need to make sure you don’t go hungry for too long, and you are getting plenty of nutrition from a wide range of foods.

By adding these things you don’t need to stop eating your favorite foods, in fact, you really shouldn’t totally change your eating habits just to loose weight, because everyone seems to revert back to their normal eating habits once they have lost weight, therefore, they put it all back on, plus more.

This “NO DIET WEIGHT LOSS, DIET” just ADDS the things you need to balance it out.

Its easy to work it out for yourself, if you have had lots of sweet sugary foods, therefore you need to ADD extra spices, if you have had lots of fatty foods, you need to ADD extra vinegar and acids.

There is no weighing, measuring or rations, and best of all, there is no denial of eating what your body is craving, you can have that cake, chocolate or fatty greasy sausages you want, but you must balance it out by making sure you also have spices and acids to counteract it.

I also like to add heaps of garlic to my diet as it is good for helping to protect form infection while it cleanses the blood. To avoid a garlic breath, eat a  sprig of fresh parsley after, this is also a blood enricher high in iron, and 2 cloves a day lowers blood pressure.

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