Beautiful The Way We Are

by The SheBrisbane girls come in many shapes, sizes and colours and not one person is more ‘normal’ than the other. So when we came across a recent article about a photographer who captured images of 40 ‘real’ women in bid to […]

Online Dating Sees Rise in STD’s

by With a few of us here at SheBrisbane not opposed to the idea of online dating, a recent article by Kristian Silva of the ABC on “Chlamydia and gonorrhoea cases up in Queensland as doctors fear rise in unsafe sex” came […]

Alcohol Makes For Munchies

by There’s no denying the SheBrisbane ladies familiarity with wine and cheese and we often do wonder why you can’t have one without the other. Well, a recent article by the ABC reported that scientists at London’s Francis Crick Institute found there […]

How To Drink Properly – Tips For Our Teens

by Further to the report last week by the ABC on the drinking culture with young teens, SheBrisbane came across an Instagram account targeting 18 year olds as they become legal, diving face first into the world of the Australian drinking culture. The […]

Slip, Slop, Slap(per)!

by How do you feel about Pete Evans? You know him – the Aussie chef  who is a world authority on everything and is on one of the 15 cooking shows on TV? He recently brought back some very traumatic memories for […]

Soak It Up!

by As we near the end of the working week, the team at She Brisbane look to new ways to indulge. This usually sees us with a wine in hand but if you’re searching for other means to relax and unwind how about soaking yourself […]

Skin cancer prevention

by In a breakthrough that could dramatically reduce the number of skin cancers, a study completed by Professor Diana Damian and Professor Gary Halliday from the University of Sydney, has shown that Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3) has protective effects against skin damage caused […]

Downward dog anyone?

by When a star All Blacks player—Beauden  Barrett ( number 10)—is crediting yoga for his recent sensational form, you realise it must work some magic. Once thought of as a little alternative and a bit of a soft option in the exercise […]

Why I created a girl superhero

by The world needs more girl superheroes and so I set out to write one. How does one create a superhero for a seven-to-12 year-old reader? As an ex-teacher I knew a lot about schools and kids. I wanted my superhero to […]

Heard of Teff? Is this the new superfood?

by It’s the tiny grain that’s gone under the radar. Super-foods quinoa and chia normally steal the show, however Teff is hitting mainstream healthfood status. Now available at major supermarkets there’s no excuse for the time-poor who can’t make it to the […]

How to help a friend in need

by There’s nothing like sisterhood – the bond between women that transcends ordinary acquaintance. When the going is good and the laughs keep rolling, it’s easy to smile and giggle through the joys of life with our sisters. But when the going […]

An epiphany – Embrace

by (Pictured above: Taryn Brumfitt during the making of her documentary, EMBRACE) I’ve had an epiphany of sorts … it came after I attended the documentary EMBRACE and the Q&A with Taryn Brumfitt. This doco is life changing. I wish I had […]

Wednesday and weekends

by You know the feeling. It’s been a looooong day. You’re tired and hungry. All you want to do is put up your feet and ignore the world for half an hour to build up the strength to see you through the […]

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