New Trends In Wine For 2019

After some exhaustive research in the latter part of 2018, I began to wonder what new trends we could expect from wines in 2019. For me it has been the summer of Pinot Gris and Riesling but for many friends Rose’ has […]

10 Holiday Packing Tips

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 time […]

Why You Should Visit Provence

Ah, Provence…. Warm and welcoming , with beaches, history, rolling vineyards, gastronomic experiences, sensational chocolate and healing lavender. Provence is a beautiful region in South Eastern France known for its diverse landscapes.Think Alps, plains, the French Riviera and calanques (rocky inlets perfect […]

Destination Romance Launch

Serendipity was working her magic when I first became aware of Western Australia’s Serenity Press. I discovered them in a round about way. Author Kylie Kaden (Losing Kate, Missing You) was the very first person I had interviewed for SheSociety. Kylie then […]

Three Clever Christmas Dips

David Tsirekas’  Salmon Mousse Dip Ingredients 250g mascarpone ½ bunch shallots ½ cup sour cream 1 lemon -zest and juice 1 teaspoon salt 500g smoked salmon 50ml olive oil 1 teaspoon ground pepper Method Slowly pulse all ingredients, except for mascarpone Add […]

Two Man Tarantino

“That’s A Bingo!” Two Man Tarantino, part of the Wonderland Festival, is showing now in the Visy Theatre at The Powerhouse. SheSociety were lucky enough to be invited to Opening Night where we have never laughed so hard. There were all your […]

Upcoming Wedding Trends

Who doesn’t love a wedding? It’s the happiest of times and I adore the fact that each wedding is unique to the couple who are being married. Although I have been married for over 30 years I am coming up to the […]

Meet Alondra de la Parra

A cool change had decided to embrace Brisbane on the day I interview the Music Director of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Alondra de la Parra. It’s a good thing too, as I’m feeling a little flustered. You see, I have watched Alondra […]

Russian Resurrection Film Festival

SheSociety were invited to attend the Russian Resurrection Film Festival. In its fifteenth year this festival caters to fans of Russian cinema in Australia and New Zealand. A very well dressed and excited crowd filled the large theatre in the Myer Centre’s […]

Melbourne Cup Day

One of my favourite days of the year is fast approaching. It’s a one -of-a-kind. It’s the only day of the year I ever bet, the only day I wear a fancy fascinator or hat and one of the only days of […]

#SheReviews Backtrack Boys

As a teacher and a mother I have always been concerned about the welfare of our young people. It benefits the whole society when we nurture and look after our youngsters even when they stumble and fall. I’ve never met a bad […]

Meet Christen O’Leary

I had watched Christen O’ Leary tread the boards long before I met her in person. You might remember her marvellous turn as the exotic Magda in the hit stage musical ‘Ladies In Black‘ and I was astonished at her bravery as […]

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