Easy Mini Quiche to Make at Home

by   No two mini quiche are created equal. I’ve been to parties where they were dry, overcooked or you can’t taste the filling as the ratio of ingredients were wrong. Over Christmas and through the party season my go to recipe […]

#SheWatches Long Story Short 

by   Cinema goers are in for a treat this Valentine’s Day as the new Australian film Long Story Short hits our cinemas on February 11. Written and directed by Josh Lawson this comedy romance , set in beautiful Sydney, is filled […]

Queensland Symphony Favourites Concert

by     It was an exuberant and exhilarating Queensland Symphony Orchestra that welcomed a full house back for the 2021 season. Queensland Symphony Orchestra has always been an orchestra for the people so for the first concert back they asked their […]

#SheInspires Sam Bloom 

by   I have interviewed many inspiring women, but rarely has anyone touched my heart as much as the lovely Sam Bloom. I felt I knew Sam before we had spoken. I’d read the heartfelt story Penguin Bloom and Sam’s own follow […]

#SheWatches High Ground

by   When my husband asked what High Ground was about I replied,  An Aussie cowboy film.” Producers are calling it a Northern rather than a Western because it was shot up north in Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park. Set in […]

#SheInspires Ellen Reed

by   Recently at  the launch of the new home of White Label Noba I met the vivacious and effervescent singer/ songwriter Ellen Reed. You might remember Ellen as a finalist on The Voice where her amazing voice and strong work ethic […]

Buzzing About Books – Year End Favourites

by #SheSociety’s Michelle Beesley shares her latest reads. 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 shop chatting with friends or beside a rugby […]

Maiocchi Model For The Day

by   What do you say when Brisbane fashion designer Deanne Mayocchi asks if you’d like to walk in her fashion parade? You say ‘ YES’ of course and then start to worry about falling over on the catwalk. I write about […]

#SheWatches Misbehaviour 

by   Do you remember watching the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants? I do. In the 1960’s and 70’s the Miss World competition was the most – watched television show on the planet with over one million viewers.The new film Misbehaviour […]

Mouthpiece Packs A Punch

by   In February my son and I headed off to QPAC for the first play of the Queensland Theatre Season 2020. It was David Williamson’s Emerald City. At the time we did not know it would be over eight months until […]

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