Local Favourites – Rachael Fisher
Rachael Fisher is a teacher and founder of KindKids Project, a resilience-building program for schools and kids in the local community. She has been living in the Eastern Suburbs for the last five years, and has a soft spot for the beautiful cliffs of Clovelly where she now lives. Rachael shares her local favourites with the Beast…
Favourite Beach: I love catching the early morning sun at Clovelly in summer but Bronte is just gorgeous in winter.
Eatery: I stroll up to Three Blue Ducks café on Macpherson Street, Bronte. They do a scrummy linguine.
Watering Hole: I do so enjoy an occasional velvety glass of red at the lovely little cubby house by the beach, Bondi Massive.
Sporting Team: My brother told me to say the Roosters.
Music: I am a bit of a musical gypsy. I danced my butt off to the fabulous music at Woodford Festival.
Person: One of my favourite people is my brother Jono, who runs an inspiring project called wakeupsydney.com.au.
Weekend Activity: I enjoy hanging out at Gertrudes in Bondi, especially now that it’s getting chilly. They do fabulous chai.
Quote: “The sky is a suspended blue ocean.” – Hafiz.
Favourite Thing About Your Work: Kids are such fun to work with. They constantly inspire me with their aliveness and endless sense of curiosity and wonder.
Final Word: For me it is time to rethink ‘kindness’ as a valued life skill… to learn how to treat ourselves, each other and the Earth with great care and friendship. I feel really gratified to be able to help kids feel genuinely resourceful, calm and basically happy from the inside out. If you would like to help your kids manage stress, be happier and kinder please email email@example.com.