#SheWatches The Secret Garden

by   This week sees the release of a film based on one of my very favourite children’s books, The  Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. This beloved story was first published in 1911 and is one of the author’s most […]

#SheReviews Wherever You Go By Monique Mulligan

by   West Australian author, Monique Mulligan, is a wife, mother, successful children’s author, former publisher, newspaper and magazine editor, children’s curriculum writer and short romance writer. Monique has had a successful and varied career but her burning desire has always been […]

Spring Fashion Trends 

by   It’s Spring here in Australia and although we’re not heading out and about as much as usual, I do love to do a Spring edit of my wardrobe. I’ve been checking out the shops for my Southern sisters and reading […]

Queensland Theatre Returns

by   One of the industries hardest hit this year has been the Arts, but in news that will bring joy to the hearts of so many, Queensland Theatre will reopen the Bille Brown Theatre in November. Audiences will be treated to […]

#SheWatches Les Miserables

by   The excellent French drama, Les Miserables, is loosely based on the original Victor Hugo story, but is a modern day crime story inspired by the 2005 riots in Paris. It’s set in the gritty suburb of Montfermeil in Paris, where […]

#SheWatches 23 Walks

by   On the week that we were meant to be in England the sweet little English film 23 Walks was my weekend review, so luckily I still managed to have my London fix.This film is aimed at the over 40’s and […]

#SheWatches Love Sarah 

by   Notting Hill holds a special place in my heart and not just because of the iconic film. My family and I stayed in Notting Hill on our first week in London in 2015. We were there for the Rugby World […]

#SheWatches Burden 

by   I was initially reluctant to watch Burden, in the midst of the Black Lives Matter protests. Would this movie with its themes of racism and violence in the American South seem a little too unnerving, perhaps even a little too […]

London Fashion Week Goes Digital 

by   Fashion has been hurting and many of the usual fashion events cancelled for 2020. London Fashion Week Reset was an opportunity for us all to be involved in the very first gender neutral and digital version. Some of the big […]

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