We love to share our stories, experiences, travels and general topics of interest. Enjoy the reading and please send us your feedback!

8 Positive Eating Habits for Kids to try before you Die (of frustration)

7 March 2018

Children’s eating habits are one of the most talked about topics amongst parents and one of the most frustrating. Agreed?! So why is it all so hard? Why can’t we get children to try new things? Where are we going wrong?

A year in a typical day with Mr Bitton

1 December 2017

So what does the crazy Frenchman, father, husband, entrepreneur, author, restauranteur (have we missed anything?) do in his day?  We asked him and quickly realised that his day pretty much sums up the year. Take a look ...

Serendipity and Resilience – why I wrote my autobiography

6 September 2017

“By sharing my story with those close to me, I wanted to help them better understand me – where I grew up, how I was raised, who my family is or was, what I’d endeavoured and overcome, and how I came to be where I am today.”

SBS Small Business Secrets

5 July 2017

David was honoured to be invited to be part of the EOFY Business Forum aired on SBS Small Business Secrets in Sunday 2nd July.  Click through to watch and we would love to hear your thoughts!

Watch the full episode here

Guest Blogger - Georgie Watts from The Window Seat

6 June 2017

Georgie Watts, our guest blogger is never not scheming, plotting and planning for her next trip. She is always day dreaming of unique destinations & experiences.

Georgie LOVES AUSTRALIA, and is determined to see as much of it as possible… she also loves many other places, that are not Australia!

She is excited by cultural experiences, by food, sights and smells! Georgie is also mum to two junior frequent flyers, Wolfie and Kinga and her all time favourite travel companion is her love, Merrick.

Click through to enjoy Georgie's account of all things KIDS and FOOD and make sure you follow her continuous adventures here on Instagram

Thanks Georgie! x


SBS Small Business Secrets feat. Bitton

12 April 2017

On ANZAC Day of 1991, David Bitton left his homeland France and arrived on Sydney’s shores in search of better opportunities. Food was his passion, so it was natural that the first place he would job hunt was at the fine-dining establishment The Treasury at the prestigious Intercontinental Hotel. Despite not speaking a word of English, he was successful and used an electronic language translator to get by.

Not only did David kickstart his fine-dining career at The Treasury, but he also met the love of his life there.

Hospitality + Immigration = a recipe for industry success

15 March 2017

Immigration - one of the most controversial topics of the moment.  A topic that evokes a lot of emotion and divides many people. It’s also a conversation that we have a lot at work and home and decided to write about it hoping that it would prompt some responsible discussions around the affects of any change to immigration laws to small business. In particular the hospitality industry in which the majority of employees and in fact business owners, are immigrants into this country.

Qantas Business Rewards feat. Bitton!

7 February 2017

We are so very delighted to be featured in the new QANTAS Business Awards advertising that you will see now across most media channels.

It's a wrap - almost!

28 November 2016

Phew.  What a year! It’s hard to believe what can happen in twelve months. We are still pinching ourselves following some big leaps of faith. Simultaneously we are cautiously looking into 2017 as our gut tells us it’s going to be a tough one. Bring it on!

Emotional Intelligence (EI) in the Workplace

12 August 2016

Sounds very dry doesn't it but stay with me, I'm sure you will find this as interesting as I have!

In this digital age everyone’s emotional point of view is everywhere. People are freer to express themselves in 2016 than they have ever been and they have multiple ways in which they can do so.  Often however, particularly in the workplace, it is difficult for people to hide emotions when face to face with colleagues every day.