#SheTravels Twin Waters

by   Do you have a special place you’ve been yearning to visit? When travel bans are lifted the first place I’ll be visiting for a holiday is Twin Waters, on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Twin Waters is my happy place and […]

#SheWatches The Assistant

by   If you’re anything like me you’ve been binge watching the latest season of Ozark whilst staying safe at home. One of the most engaging characters in the series is the feisty Ruth. Ruth is played by Julia Garner who you […]

#SheWatches Vivarium

by   Vivarium is a 2019 film from Irish writer and director Lorcan Finnegan in collaboration with co – screenwriter Garret Shanley. The film is a taut science fiction thriller, which is not a genre I normally watch, but with great acting […]

Teaching Reading Is….

by   Whilst families are at home it’s important to make sure our 4 to 7 year olds are being immersed in language. This is the age where they are learning to read and it’s a great time to develop their skills […]

#SheInspires Jill Atkinson 

by   Is there any more beautifully ethereal instrument than a harp? Jill Atkinson thinks not. You see Jill has a long history with the harp beginning before she was even born and on April 22, 2020 Jill marks 46 years of […]

Who Made My Clothes?

by   This week marks Fashion Revolution Week 2020. This week commemorates the Rana Plaza factory collapse in 2013, which killed 1134 people in Dhaka District, Bangladesh. The eight storey garment factory collapsed after the upper four floors were built without permission, […]

#SheInspires Anne Wallace 

by   Before the world stopped and held its collective breath I had the joy of going on a lovely day out with a friend. We lunched on a spicy cauliflower salad with pomegranates, sitting outside in the sun at the GOMA […]

Autumn Fashion Trends

by   Here in Brisbane, Australia we can feel the cooler mornings. Autumn has arrived and with it comes the urge to celebrate the change of seasons by embracing a new colour palette, digging out those jeans and wearing your existing clothes […]

So Now You Are A Teacher

by   Teaching Tips for Parents I have proudly been a teacher with the Queensland Department of Education since 1987. Most of my working life has been part time as a relief teacher, so like you, my job has been to come […]

Travel In A COVID 19 World

by   Last year I travelled a lot. I visited Paris and Sydney for Fashion Week. I marvelled at the beauty of The Maldives and soaked up the sun on their pristine beaches. I traversed Japan staying in Fukuoka, Kyoto and Tokyo […]

Vegan Pear Muffins 

by   If you’re like me baking for your family is soothing. I think many of us are baking the blues away in these uncertain times. I recently bought a bag of imperfect pears. Pears are in season and so cheap right […]

#SheInspires Anna Loren

by SheSociety recently chatted with emerging playwright – Anna Loren at Queensland Theatre. Anna is one of only three finalists in the Queensland Premier’s Drama Awards. These awards have been running for seventeen years now and help to encourage the development of […]

Who Listens To The Radio? 

by There was a time when the naysayers predicted the end of radio.Yet a quick poll of my friends reveals most people are tuning in. Many listen to their favourite stations on weekday mornings and afternoons, for local news, opinions, competitions and […]

#SheReviews Emerald City

by 1987 was a memorable year for me. It was the year I was married, my first year of teaching  and the year we bought our first home. It was also the year in which playwright, David Williamson, was thinking about the […]

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