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 […]

Buzzing About Books – #SheTravels Japan

by #SheSociety’s Michelle Beesley shares her trip to Japan in this episode of Buzzing About Books. Michelle BeesleyFreelance writer, wife and mother of three sons, occasional supply teacher and aspiring romance author, Michelle Beesley can be most often found in a coffee […]

#SheWatches Bombshell 

by   It is fitting that the first film I was invited to review for She Society in 2020 was Bombshell. Here at She Society we are all about women supporting women.This film stars three savvy and powerful women in a story […]

Oche Opens in Brisbane 

by   Fancy a game of darts in a modern and sleek location? Then new venue Oche in Fortitude Valley is for you. The last time I played darts was back in London in the 80’s. It was fun then and it’s […]

10 Holiday Packing Tips

by As teachers, children and parents prepare to run free, many of us will be thinking of our holidays. Are you heading to the coast or perhaps an island destination? Many of us in Australia head to sunny, beach climates at this […]

Beaux Rumble Restaurant Opens In Brisbane

by Beaux Rumble…….even the name slides deliciously over the tongue. This latest restaurant in the prestigious James Street precinct can be found in Ada Lane, just near The Calile Hotel. Taking design inspiration from New York’s Grand Central Station, the city’s newest […]

#SheTravels Brisbane Staycation

by   This year I’ve travelled to Paris, Sydney, The Maldives, Japan and will soon be heading to South Africa, so I’ve seen my fair share of hotel rooms. It’s always exciting when you swipe your key card and open the door. […]

 #SheReviews Antigone

by Opening Night for Queensland Theatre’s last play of the year showcased the Sophocles classic Antigone. This tale as old as a time has been given a pertinent modern twist thanks to Playwright Merlynn Tong. She Society were excited to attend this […]

Meet Shubshri Kandiah

by She Society were excited when asked to interview real life Disney Princess, Shubshri  Kandiah. Shubshri has most recently been playing and touring as Princess Jasmine in the stage production of Disney’s Aladdin. Yet, this down to earth and hard working young […]

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