#SheWatches Boss Level

by   It was the actor’s names that caught my eye before I considered the film’s title, Boss Level a mind-bending drama like no other. I can promise it’s action-packed from the beginning to the end, not a film for lovers of […]

#SheWatches The Food Club

by   In late 2019 before Covid became famous, I was in Tuscany, Italy attending a writing workshop. I consumed saporous cuisines, sipped on Aperol spritz, swirled local reds around my gums, and shared stories with old and new friends.  This week […]

Saying Goodbye With Live Streaming

by   On the day It was Friday 4 December 2020. I opened an upstairs window, the breeze was stronger than normal and already its warm breath was close to its predicted 33 degrees. I immediately pushed down on the metal window […]

#SheWatches – A Gift From Bob

by   A Gift from Bob is just what we need right now in this strange 2020 environment and the perfect family movie in our lead up to Christmas but make sure you have a few tissues on hand.  The opening scene […]

#SheWatches RADIOACTIVE

by   It’s strange how our universe works. I have been providing online school support to my youngest grandson Lachlan. He is working on a project titled Let’s End the Gender Divide based on a research paper about gender stereotyping in toy […]

Fiddling With Fiddle Plants

by   Do you own a fiddle plant? I know fiddle plants (fiddle-leaf fig trees) are the trendy, tropical rainforest interior decorating thing these days and I have to say their large green leaves are appealing. Needless to say I eventually succumbed […]

#SheWatches Miss Juneteenth

by I found Miss Juneteenth to be a touching, charming and poignant movie. Although it saddened me to watch an authentic story about what black American life is for some, it was also heart-warming and sends a strong message to people of […]

#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 […]

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