Year has flown by

Shepparton News - - WHAT WE LOVE - — Tara Whitsed

ILife can’t quite get over the fact that in just over one month it will be Christ­mas! How quickly this year has gone. It seems like just yes­ter­day I was be­gin­ning the role of Week­end co-or­di­na­tor but it will soon be one year that I’ve been com­pil­ing the con­tent for this pub­li­ca­tion. It has been a great year so far and I’ve thor­oughly en­joyed bring­ing in some new and dif­fer­ent con­tent as well as main­tain­ing the reg­u­lar wellloved columns. We have so many tal­ented peo­ple here in Shep­par­ton and I’ve learnt so much by read­ing all of the great tips and ad­vice from our loyal con­trib­u­tors dur­ing the year. The colum­nists have helped me to make my thumb a lit­tle bit greener, and keep my hair un­der con­trol as well as my diet and life­style. As al­ways, I love get­ting feed­back from Week­end Life read­ers and with 12 months of co-or­di­nat­ing just around the cor­ner I’d love to hear from you about what you en­joy or per­haps AEick over while read­ing the pages of this pub­li­ca­tion. Send me an email at tara.whitsed@shep­p­news.com.au and let me know your thoughts. This week we hear from News sports ed­i­tor Lau­ren Bordin about her re­cent trip to New Zea­land. The pho­tos show just how gor­geous the des­ti­na­tion is — and it’s not too far from home! We have an ex­cit­ing recipe this week too, one of my favourite foods — dumplings. Learn the authen­tic way to make dumplings with foodie Amy Ma and her Chi­nese grand­mother Lao Lao Liu. En­joy!

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