Author Archive: Nicky
Originally from the island state of Tasmania in Australia, Nicky Perry studied Graphic Design and Photography at the University of Tasmania, School of Art. After graduating in 1996, Nicky moved to Melbourne and then London and finally to Auckland in 2004.
Having worked extensively in various design environments for over 11 years, Nicky started her own business, Creative Current, in 2007. Nicky specialises in custom Graphic Design for print, with a range of clients from fashion, health and childcare to a luxury travel company.
Married to a kiwi with two boys, 3 and 5, Nicky also designs children’s party printables and wall art, which she sells online through Etsy.com.
One of the most well-known concepts of the Māori culture is Tūrangawaewae
, which when broken down is – tūranga ‘standing place’, waewae ‘feet’, which literally means ‘a place to…
A sponsored post for We Are What We Eat.
The concept of sharing a meal goes way back, but how many times a week do ALL your family sit around…
Wow! It’s been a long time between posts…
Every day I think of new posts to write, but they never seems to get done and I have no real explanation…
This is a sponsored post for Rexona.
I am not ashamed to say I am NOT a rugby fan, and being an Australian living in New Zealand sometimes people are…
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Why are some words considered good, while others are bad?
Is it really a thing or just our perception? Do we just take on the beliefs…
Wow Friday comes around FAST! We are SOOO busy here at LDM with our projects over at Me Inc. that I forgot to blog ALL WEEK!! But never fear we…
Do you have a passion for living a holistic lifestyle? Snap! So does this week’s featured blogger! Find out how she turned the diagnosis of a chronic illness into a…
We have an unwritten rule in our house that who ever doesn’t cook, does the cleaning up of the kitchen. We kind of fell into it and pre-kids it worked…
This week’s featured blogger is one of my favourite NZ mum bloggers… so much deliciousness on her blog!
THE BUBBALINO KITCHEN
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In an effort to try and expand my childrens’ food repertoire, every 6 weeks (or so!), we take turns to choose a country and go out to dinner, to a…