The pain after birth, that we need to talk about

by Vivianne Kissane is no stranger to pain. After losing her sister-in-law to perinatal mental illness then suffering post natal depression herself, she is acutely aware that many women who experience anxiety during the perinatal period hide their true feelings from family […]

Closed: win tickets to Mother’s Day, the movie

by This competition has closed. Congratulations to our winners – Melinda Bolitho, Deborah Disney, Michelle Beesley, Heather Hopley, Karen Marken, Ros Mayes, Donna Law, Lyn Richards, Joy Constantino, Amy.   Get the tissues ready, as director Garry Marshall’s new film, MOTHER’S DAY […]

Closed: win a chance to see QTC’s Motherland

by Congratulations to our winner, Rebecca Murphy.   Brisbane writer, Katherine Lyall-Watson’s play Motherland will take to the stage from 20 to 30 April at Queensland Theatre Company’s Bille Brown Studio at South Brisbane. Based in fact, Motherland intertwines the stories of […]

with Rachel Quilligan

by 1) This extended summer weather; 2) Learning to ride a horse; and, 3) All the public holidays at this time of year! Rachel Quilligan is a Brisbane journalist interested in politics, culture and seeing as much of the world as possible. […]

Reinventing yourself after children

by With Australian women having babies later in life, they are also returning to work at an older age. And that may mean starting all over at 40-plus in the job-seeking market. “It is daunting,” says Jacqueline Smart Ferguson, who recently facilitated […]

with Brittany Snow

by I am loving (as we welcome Autumn): the anticipation of hot drinks; crunchy leaves; and, wearing the warm colours that this season encourages. Brittany is fifty percent of The Elopement Collective, wife to Josh, and kitty mum to Stevie and Aggie. […]

with Laura Churchill

by I’m loving: rediscovering forgotten treasures in my wardrobe; reworking some of my mum’s favourite recipes I remember from childhood; and, my new baby daughter. Laura Churchill is a Brisbane stylist and fashion writer, mother of one and shopping companion of many. […]

Artist Atousa: expressing beauty through art

by Vivid colours, patterns and eastern symbols are the creative sources of influence for Brisbane visual artist Atousa Salehpour. Atousa works in the fields of photography, pottery, wood carving, sculpture, miniature, inlay, toreutics, marquetry, jewellery making and painting. “For me, painting is […]

with Kristine Riordan

by I’m loving: the last of the peaches; good movies; and, bike rides along the river. Brisbane writer Kristine Riordan has more than twenty years experience in the food industry including cookbook writing, restaurant reviewing, cookery school, wine retailing and food consulting. […]

When Big Magic came to town

by In a coup for the Brisbane Writers’ Festival, renowned author of Eat Pray Love and Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert, visited Brisbane in an exciting ‘prelude’ to this year’s festival. The sold-out evening at the Conservatorium Theatre, Griffith University, South Bank, marked […]

What I learned from my children

by Breathe. That’s the advice former Brisbane girl, renowned television personality and performer, Shelley Craft wants to share with women everywhere! Shelley will be in Brisbane from 4 – 6 March performing with her band, Animals Rock at the Essential Baby & […]

 Who are you? Tell us, join us.

by Be part of She Brisbane. Start simple: Comment on our stories, join our email newsletter, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram; Blog or write for us. Share a story, idea, travel adventure, recipe, thought… we welcome your participation. Don’t […]

Under the influence of creativity

by Fancy yourself as a bit of an artist? Or does the sight of a paint brush strike fear into your heart? Then fear not as a Brisbane business knows how to bring out your inner Picasso or Whiteley. It began as […]

Stay strong, you’re doing a great job mum

by Stay Strong Mummy! Yes, you… you’re doing a brilliant job. That’s the message from Kimberley Welman, creator of Stay Strong Mummy blog. “I don’t think mums can hear it enough,” Kimberley says. “Its’ a big job, the best job in the […]

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