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 Welcome to Time of my Life Lyn McNamee and baby grandson, Harvey

Follow A Dream

It takes time for a dream to develop, time for courage to come and most of all, a whole lot of effort to make it happen

It’s time for my dream to surface. Time to appreciate and acknowledge the amazing place and time in which I live and the people who share it with me. And time to write about the dreamers and doers who live here in the South of New Zealand.

I am privileged to bring you the stories of wonderful people, following their passions and making their dreams happen right here by the lake, river and mountains that make up this special part of the world and to share my own story of blogging, farming and more.

Morning time view of the paddocks and mountains of the farm
Photo by Jenny McNamee

What you’ll find on Time Of My Life.

Farm Life:  Join me as I explore and celebrate the many aspects of life on a New Zealand farm.

Dreamers and Doers:  The stories of ordinary people following their dreams and passions and making them happen to change their lives and those of others.

Slow living:  Slow down, cook, eat, exercise, breathe. Things I’ve been doing to improve my health and life as I move into this new stage of being a blogger and a grandmother.

Blog and Categories:  Scroll down or click on the link to find the Blog page. This is where all my posts appear in chronological order. Click on a category on the top menu or in this page to find all the posts related to just that category.

I’m just getting started, so this blog is still very much under development. I’m loving the journey: I hope you will too.

 

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Town and Country — Team Building At Its Best

There’s no doubt that James McNamee is a man of many missions. To us, he’s the mover and shaker behind our farm’s fledgeling hop business. At work, he’s a team leader who inspires loyalty and commitment. In fact, one of James’ biggest strengths lies in team building. James may have physically left Garston many years ago, …