5.7.20 / Byron Bay / Australia

A Home Life with Caroline Clements

Caroline Clements takes us inside her At Home Life down under.

People you’ve been thinking about most while in quarantine?
My parents, and my friends with kids who are entertaining children all day, trying to home school and some are also trying to work – I feel for you and think about you daily.


Best thing you’ve watched while at home?
Unorthodox on Netflix – an incredible 4-part mini series on Orthodox Jewish culture, based on a true story by Deborah Feldman.

Biggest Indulgence since staying home?
Baking in the middle of the day.

Hidden hobby or talent that’s revealed itself?
Online boardgame Catan Universe – I haven’t lost a game (against friends) yet.

Favorite item in your home and why?
My Kitchen Aid stand mixer. I’ve really been giving it a workout.

 

Best meal you’ve made?
Kimchi and pork dumplings with homemade kimchi.


Favorite digital/online experience? (Mine was a talent show)
Isol Aid, an Instagram music festival. Video calls for birthday drinks, family dinners and face to face chats.

Track you’ve had on repeat that’s made you Dance, cry, scream?
#1 Dads, Golden Repair album. Makes me dance and makes me smile.

First trip you’ll take when you can?
To Melbourne (domestic) to visit family and friends. After that, when overseas travel is possible, we’ll rebook a trip to the states to visit my partner’s family. But we’ll have to rebook for three (insert baby emoji).

Quarantine hero?
Every person working in the medical industry globally. It’s inspiring and heroic the work they are doing. And all the journalists that out on the front lines reporting so we can keep informed.

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