Friday’s Favourites ~ 10 Feb 2012


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About Colleen Madsen

Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.

Comments

  1. super great link to tinybuddha! Thanks!! I think I am really in the mood/mode for mindchange this week. I better keep shoveling wisdom in as long as the gates are wide open …

  2. I see my country’s money!
    I love seeing coins from around the world… I have a box of them (not as many as you) and bring them out for the amusement and education of my kids. It’s good to remember that the CDN$ isn’t the only currency out there, it’s a big wide world still if you can see different legal tender laid out in front of you. And I’ve only seen a tiny bit of the world.

    • Hi creative me,
      I used to carry Aussie dollars around with my in by purse in America just to show the Americans what they was made of a how colourful they was. We have polymer notes that are quite bright in colour. People were usually fascinated by them, especially by the fact that they were plastic.

      Polymer notes were actually developed in Australia and we were the first country to use them. Now many countries throughout the world have changed to them including Canada I believe.

      I was showing a magician Aussie coins one day and he loved the size and feel of our 50c piece for doing magic tricks with so I gave it to him. He was very pleased.

  3. Great links!

  4. Sorry Colleen, but all snow shovels are in use over here these days 😉