#SheWatches – Fatima

by   You don’t have to be a believer to believe. Based on a true story the children who starred in the movie FATIMA were outstanding. It’s a moving and uplifting rendition of actual events.  Of the innocent honesty of children. I […]

Making Reusable Facemasks

by   In Victoria the wearing of facemasks has become mandatory. So when my daughter, who lives in Melbourne, said “mum, can you please make us some reusable facemasks” my immediate response, as it was when she asked me to make her […]

#SheTalks with Sue Woolfe

by #SheSociety’s Nanny Babe (Ruth Greening) talks with acclaimed novelist Sue Woolfe, and they discuss Neuroscience and creativity. Ruth GreeningOn the birth of her two grandsons, Ruth Greening experienced an awakening in her life and entering Gen GP (Generation Grandparent) she was […]

The Unveiling of Queensland’s Quarantine Quilt

by   Something many of us has been waiting for, the joint unveiling of Queensland’s Quarantine Quilt by 612 ABC’s Breakfast Radio presenters Craig Zonca and Loretta Ryan, ABC’s Weather presenter Jenny Woodward, representatives from Queensland’s Spinners, Weavers and Fibre Artists (QSWFA) […]

#SheWatches – Follow Me

by   Hashtag the contemporary Follow Me movie and you find it is about the dangers of social media. Hashtag pushing the limits to cater for a growing audience, hashtag reaching new levels and escalating their number of Likes.  Be prepared for […]

Gluten Free Rice Cake Recipe

by   Although I am not gluten intolerant I have a number of friends who are. The majority of my recipes include gluten but I am keen to be able to offer my visitors the option of Gluten Free (GF) dishes. To […]

#SheWatches UNHINGED

by   I think it is fair to say any movie starring Australian and Academy Award winner actor, Russell Crowe is guaranteed to hold your attention and in UNHINGED he certainly does that.  Furthermore, this psychological thriller evolves around something we can […]

A Tasty Ratatouille Recipe

by Ratatouille, one of the oldest and best dishes around and I have been eating this since mum used to make it for us as kids. The history according to Google is, it originated in 18th Century in the area around the […]

Knitting Squares For Beginners

by   Come on, how about giving knitting a go.  My mother introduced me to knitting, crocheting, sewing, many crafts when I was a young girl and I am eternally grateful.  It is the best therapy to forget about stuff and chill […]

Will We Learn & Adapt?

by Given the global coronavirus conundrum Australia is immersed in, I wonder, had we been more diligent in retaining some of ‘our parent’s ways’ our situation may be slightly better?  Sadly, our society has become complicated, we have taken things for granted […]

#SheWatches Military Wives

by Military Wives movie is a story to be told. It is real, and continues to happen while you read our post. Based on a true-life story that began in England, it tells how the military partners and wives are the silent […]

QLD Film & TV Industry-Behind The Lens

by MC: Lewis Lee Cinematographer: Shing Fung Cheung Qld Film TV Industry’s (formerly Qld Film TV Events) invitation for She Society to attend their red carpet “Behind The Lens” film presentations and panel discussion was well received.  I was intrigued when organiser […]

#SheTravels Sydney’s Camelot Lounge

by Sydney’s musical landscape is broad and dynamic.  #SheSociety was taken to one of Sydney’s favourite boutique music venues, Camelot Lounge, Cnr Marrickville Rd & 103 Railway Pde, Marrickvile NSW. Like many old industrial buildings converted into popular venues, it flourishes with […]

#SheWatches – Birds of Prey

by  All DC comic fans have to see Director, Cathy Yan’s, Birds Of Prey, it’s part of the process. If anything, just to watch the magnificent Margot Robbie playing her energetic, crazy, super intelligent avenging character, Harley Quinn. Akin to the Kill […]

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