Daily Archives: May 6, 2015

be the reason you succeed

Ask “Who Am I”? and then be the reason you succeed .

Some of the signals a friend may pick up on are that you are experiencing a tiredness you may not remember ever before having.  A crankiness that may send even them packing. And leaves you so glum. Misunderstanding over the simplest things. And maybe even tears that accompany the fears. Particularly if the person is a female as the obvious hormone cycles may have not started yet or may have ceased. Just not the chemical releases influencing the mindset, the merri-go-around and the rollar coaster ride all at the same time. !!!

The lists are longer and each person has a different variable to dealing with given factors within their life, circumstances, dreams, aspirations and ethos.

Keep on with that smile for a long while

Suffice to say that these “who am I” things do take time.

They just take a longer time if you do not recognise a lifeline when it is thrown to you.  Which, considering where you could be on the road to your healing makes incredible sense.  It makes sense yet this is not a reason for standing still.  That would be an excuse while you are are looking for your “who am I”  I know because I lost my memories of the first thirty-one years of my life.  Now nearly twenty-five years have gone by. Slowly I have found “who am I” That is one heck of a roller coaster ride too.  And then one day I looked in the mirror not recognising who that person was looking at me.  I was then fifty-four years of age.  Who am I…. well I certainly was not that thirty-one year old.
It's Sunny Here and I'm waiting for youMeanwhile, the person may well be dealing with the overwhelm can feel like you are going backwards down a ‘slippery slidy slope.’

A bad attitude can literally block love, blessings and destiny from finding you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

When Arriving At The Wonthaggi Markets

What will you find at this months Wonthaggi Market?

Every time you go to the market here the variety of goods, services and produce you find at the market will alter as new people and vendors arrive. Some clean out a house or garage, tidy up a garden creating something sellable.

Therefore the following is to act as a general guide only. Where there are contact details these are only give when the stall holder themselves give permission or a business card has the details are printed upon.

For am individual read about why both the people and the vendors have brought their ideas to market please search this site using the search box above. Also note the details are correct at the time of publishing.

    Goods, services and produce on offer at Heyfield Market

Consumables.

    1. Bees Business for Honey & Pollination [Aris Wolswinkel]
    2. Inspiration at home
    3. Fairy Floss
    4. Banaban

Garden things like plants, tools and services.

Art and craft. 

Natural Products.

  1. Inspiration at Home
  2. Aris’s Pure Honey

Forage and Find.

Clothing.

Home Products.

  1. Tri Nature [Sylvia and Julia]
  2. Banaban
  3. Inspiration at home

Health and Wellbeing products.

  • Setchi [Julia Carter]
  • Tri Nature [Sylvia and Julia.
  • Banaban

Many of the vendors at one market will also be seen at another market. Say a quick “Hello” to them and make their day when you get the chance and they are not busy. You may be surprised when at another market they recognise you as well. You see you took the time to offer a welcome voice, a smile and some positive energy. The vendors do remember these simple courtesies

Susan lewis Marketing

Susan Lewis

❤ Have a nice day

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Why go to the Wonthaggi Market?

What will you find at the Wonthaggi Market?

The Wonthaggi Market is run through the Wonthaggi Business Group. The Street Market is actually a Make and Bake Market. Similar to the traditional Farmers Market. During winters rather wet downpours the stalls will simple be turned to face inwards. Alling the pedestrians a drier access point. Unless there are very harsh winds happening this make and do Street Market will be open for business.

A primary focus is that of educating the public when and where possible about the stall holders wares.

Through out the year the variety of goods, services and produce you find at the market will alter. Therefore the following is to act as a general guide only. Where there are contact details these are only give when the stall holder themselves give permission or a business card has the details are printed upon.

For an individual read about why both the people and the vendors have brought their ideas to market please search this site using the search box above. Also note the details are correct at the time of publishing.

    Goods, services and produce on offer at Wonthaggi Street Market
Consumables
    1. PopCorn4U
    2. Wattle Park Farm [ Farm Education Centre] b Nadine Verboon
    3. Crumbs! Celebration Cakes
    4. Julie’s Classic Cakes
    5. Mrs. B’s British Bakery
    6. Fishers Farm Produce [honey]
    7. Breads and cakes
Garden things like plants, tools and services.
    1. Garlic Bulbs
    2. Cols Plants
Art and craft
Livestock
    1. Isabee chooks
Children’s Activities
    1. BSM Jumping Castles
Natural Products
    1. Olive Twist: Extra Virgin Oil[oil]
    2. Botanica Rustra [Natural Handmade Soap]
    3. Bread Bakery
    4. Fishers Farm produce
    5. Hot bag
    6. Organic Herbs
    7. Venison products
    8. Ped Hill Cheese
    9. Prom Country Cheese

clothing

    1. Rocking Horse Clothing

Home Products

    1. Natural Handmade Soaps & Beeswax Candles

Health and wellbeing products

    1. Setchi, Reflexologi and Reiki Julie Carter
    2. Hot Bag

Many of the vendors at one market will also be seen at another market. Say a quick “Hello” to them and make their day when you get the chance and they are not busy. You may be surprised when at another market they recognise you as well. You see you took the time to offer a welcome voice, a smile and some positive energy. The vendors do remember these simple courtesies.

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Susan lewis Marketing
Susan Lewis

❤ Have a nice day

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Arriving At The Port Albert Market

What will you find at the Port Albert?

Port Albert Market is a Make it, Bake it, Grow it and Collect it Market held in the Port Albert Hall, Victoria Street, Port Albert.  The times allocated are from 10 am to 2pm.  You will find the vendors setting up from 8am onwards.

Usually Port Albert market is held on the 4th Sunday of the Month. These dates vary on Australia Day, Easter, Melbourne Cup,Christmas and long weekends.

Through out the year the variety of goods, services and produce you find at the market will alter. New people and vendors arrive. others arrive following the festivals as the Port Albert market is included within the Tarra Festival.

Enjoy the experience of the Port Albert Markets

Some due to seasonal availability of either their time or products, others as there is a change to clean out a house or garage, tidy up a garden and repot what was not wanted into something sellable. Therefore the following is to act as a general guide only. Where there are contact details these are only give when the stall holder themselves give permission or a business card has the details are printed upon.

For am individual read about why both the people and the vendors have brought their ideas to market please search this site using the search box above. Also note the details are correct at the time of publishing.

    Goods, services and produce on offer at Port Albert Market

Consumables

    1. #PopCorn4U
    2. Caked’licious

Garden things like plants, tools and services.

Art and craft

    1. Lil Miss Cutie Pie
    2. Sweet Creations By Me

Natural Products

    1. Roger’s Soaps and Melts

Forage and Find

Clothing

    1. di’s childrens clothing

Home Products
Health and wellbeing products

    1. Roger’s Soaps and Melts

Many of the vendors at one market will also be seen at another market. Say a quick “Hello” to them and make their day when you get the chance and they are not busy. You may be surprised when at another market they recognise you as well. You see you took the time to offer a welcome voice, a smile and some positive energy. The vendors do remember these simple courtesies .

Jyst a contart redirectory for you with regards to bookings and other rnquires re the market:

email to : PORT ALBERTPROGRESS@GMAIL.COM  GAYLE : 0437247242  OR Ulla:0431734236

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Keep on with that smile for a long while

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Built in 1876 the "Rocket Shed" Port Albert is now the information center. There to help you. Shared by Susan Lewis.
Built in 1876 the “Rocket Shed” Port Albert is now the information center. There to help you. Shared by Susan Lewis.

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Now at the Kongwak Market

What will you find at the Kongwak Market?

When visiting the Kongwak Market the variety of goods, services and produce available was more than interesting. An interesting blend of available space being utilized has the inside the General Store and sheds, as well as outside stalls as in at the base and behind of three shops.

Although not a lot of time was able to be spent there the following were there. Therefore the following is to act as a general guide only. Where there are contact details these are only give when the stall holder themselves give permission or a business card has the details are printed upon.

For am individual read about why both the people and the vendors have brought their ideas to market please search this site using the search box above. Also note the details are correct at the time of publishing.

Goods, services and produce on offer at Kongwak Market
Consumables
Jude’s Jams & Chutneys
Clothing
Konjac Australia Gippsland
Second Hand goods
Fresh produce

Kongwak Market is on every Sunday between 10 am and 3pm. Typically there are above 25 stalls.  There does appear more so this may just be the number for outside.

Of course by arriving late the musicians had finished playing for the day.

However the retro clothing was a definite plus. As well as the large amount of retro brick and brack, furniture and atmosphere.

Many of the vendors at one market will also be seen at another market. Say a quick “Hello” to them and make their day when you get the chance and they are not busy. You may be surprised when at another market they recognise you as well. You see you took the time to offer a welcome voice, a smile and some positive energy. The vendors do remember these simple courtesies.

Keep on with that smile for a long while

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Saying hello to you as you measure your journey
Susan Lewis

Introduce yourself

Dashburst is the New Place to Be Folks

Susan Lewis is Online at Facebook
Susan Lewis Tweetable

 Have a terrific day

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