When urban academic Hayley Katzen moves to a remote Australian cattle property to live with her farmer girlfriend, she hopes, at last, to find home. But this is no happy-ever-after tree change. In this week's Postcard from Byron, Hayley examines boundaries, both physical and metaphorical - and how they can often be a catalyst for change.
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As we settle into winter and the shorter days that come with it, we welcome this week's 'Postcard from Byron', a timely reminder from author James Bradley to soak up the beauty of dusk and the feelings of reverence this time of day can bring.
As the Northern Rivers community joins the rest of the world in adjusting to new lives, new routines and new values in the wake of COVID-19, we hear from Byron Bay GP Dr Joel Hissink about how both his work life and home life have changed in recent months.
Our Postcards from Byron series this week features Byron Shire author Emma Ashmere, sharing with us the solace of strumming away on her guitar, and the power that music can have on our memory and contentment.
Our 'Postcards from Byron' series continues this week with Julia Baird, whose latest book <i>Phosphorescence: On awe, wonder & things that sustain you when the world goes dark</i> reminds us to focus our attention on what truly nurtures us; be it time in nature, our family, friendships, or more divine connections.