Preparing Your Home For Sale

by Selling your home can be daunting. Arranging viewings and ensuring your home is ‘buyer ready’ is time consuming and stressful, so the sooner you can sell your property the sooner you can relax! The team at CG Design Studio have gathered […]

5 Silly Kitchen Gadgets Everyone Needs

by People always say to get creative in the kitchen, and the SheSociety team has compiled a couple of interesting gadgets that everyone doesn’t really need by does at the same time. 1- Watermelon Scoop Sometimes you just want that perfect bite […]

Caring For Your Plants In Winter

by Georgina Reid, Founder and editor of The Planthunter shares her top tips for caring for plants in Winter. Slow down on the water! Most plants, like most humans, tend to slow down over winter. They don’t’ usually grow as much as they do […]

Decor Guide: Make Your Home Instagram-Friendly

by There is nothing worse than scrolling through Instagram and getting jealous because everyone seems to have a luxuriously-decorated home for taking photos. Fortunately for you, there are numerous ways you can achieve the same effect without moving into a Beverly Hills […]

Plastic Bag Bans

by According to ABC News, from July 1, Queensland and Western Australia will ban single use, lightweight plastic bags from major retailers, an initiative already in place in the ACT, South Australia and Tasmania. The ban on plastic bags only relates to […]

Styling With Pantone’s Colour Of The Year

by Thanks to CG Design Studio, SheSociety has a few easy ways to inject some colour into our living spaces, specifically this years colour of the year. PANTONE revealed its 2018 Colour of the Year is PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet. Ultra violet […]

5 New Release Books That You Need To Read

by In a reading rut? Then pick up one of these new releases, whether you’re a fan of love stories, crime or memoirs, these books will keep you reading all throughout the night. Still Me by Jojo Moyes Following Jojo’s international bestsellers, […]

Basic Catering Guide For Event Planners

by As an event planner it is your job to ensure that weddings, graduations, family reunions, corporate functions, and other sorts of group activities go well. For each event you will spend most of your time making sure the trains run on […]

What Kind of Bed Suits Your Room?

by Whether you’ve just moved in and are shopping for beds or looking for a bed to put in a new bedroom or guest room, what type of bed to choose can be a difficult decision. It’s hard to know what bed […]

Tips For Designing An Eye-Catching Fireplace

by Even pedestrian fireplaces are eye-catching. There is just something atavistic about them. But there’s no excuse to have a ho-hum fireplace when it can be truly memorable and eye-catching. Here are some tips for designing a fireplace that really stands out: […]

What To Do With Old Decorations

by If someone told you that memories of your Christmas celebrations are set to last for centuries, you’d be quick to dismiss such a claim as poppycock. But that is exactly what is going to happen, says Planet Ark. The environment group […]

How to Choose Flowers for Every Occasion

by When it comes to such things as first dates, weddings, new babies and all sorts of celebrations and sad occasions, there’s nothing quite like flowers as a mark of love and respect. The perfect bouquet is a thoughtful, personal gift that can […]

Why Furniture Matters When Designing Your Home

by If you’re planning to redecorate your home, you’ll need to choose the right furniture. Whether it’s the bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen or elsewhere, furniture plays an instrumental role in interior design. It Can Make Spaces Look Bigger or Smaller You […]

The No-Crunch Way To A Flatter Stomach

by In today’s abdominal workout we are leaving the crunches at home… This exercise focuses on easy variations of the plank targeting core as well working the glutes and hamstrings. This exercise also promotes proper posture and improves balance. In this video […]

Health Benefits of Indoor Plants

by The number of Australians living in high-rise apartments doubled between 1991 and 2011, and that trend has continued since then. The quarter-acre dream is fast disappearing and larger blocks and family gardens along with it. As more people move from country […]

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