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  • G’day! My name is Rebecca Joy.

    Some call me Rebecca, others "Becks," & my Dad lovingly refers to me as "Beckaroo." Take your pick! When I'm not behind my camera or working my day job (I double as an accountant), you can find me at the beach, snuggling up with my furbaby or learning to be a domestic diva.

    I love being married, photographing you getting married, and being able to tell your story after the vows.

    Thank you for stopping by & I can't wait to meet you!

Who doesn’t like to start their day off looking at adorable koalas?!

Here are some of the sweet, sleepy little guys we saw on our latest trip to Yanchep National Park.


This guy looks like how I generally feel on a Monday morning.;)


After enjoying a stroll through the Koala Boardwalk, we grabbed a bite to eat at the Yanchep Inn, tossed around the frisbee, and then headed over to Crystal Cave for a guided tour.


How cool is this cave?!


I can’t wait to go back to hike some of the trails & hopefully see a few ‘roos along the way!


For the past month or so, I’ve been on a real health kick– cooking healthier recipes, preparing smaller portions, not having late dinners, etc.  Last weekend, after watching a couple eye-opening documentaries (“Hungry for Change” and “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead” -both available on Netflix) I realised that Kyle and I aren’t consuming nearly enough of our daily nutrients– so, I bought a juicer!  There’s absolutely no way I would eat all of the fruits & veggies in a day that I should– so multiply that by 10 and that’s how difficult it would be to get Kyle to eat 1 carrot in a day, let alone 6!  :)

Every day this week, I have been preparing fresh juice for breakfast and a snack juice to take to work.  After one failed recipe attempt, I’ve actually managed to find juices that Kyle & I both really enjoy.


Pictured above is what went into this morning’s shot of green goodness (basically all of the leftovers from this week!):

3 Green Apples

1 Zucchini

1/2 Honeydew melon

1 Lemon

1/2″ piece of Ginger Root

2 handfuls Spinach

1 handful Parsley

If juicing is something you’re interested in, I would highly recommend checking out the documentaries listed above as well as the Reboot with Joe website.  Most of the recipes I’ve tried so far are from Joe’s website.

I have also created a Pinterest board with all the tasty recipes we’ve tried (or plan to!).

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!