SheTalks: Episode 3- Emily Duggan

by Ruth Greening sits down with supercar driver- Emily Duggan. Ruth GreeningOn the birth of her two grandsons, Ruth Greening experienced an awakening in her life and entering Gen GP (Generation Grandparent) she was given the moniker Nanny Babe as her ‘grandmother’ […]

SheTalks: Episode 2- Madison Dunston

by Ruth Greening sits down with supercar driver- Madison Dunston. SheSocietyShe Society is a site for the women of Australia to share our stories, our experiences, shared learnings and opportunities to connect. http://www.shesociety.com.au

Meet The Women In Racing

by Ready set go! The quiet atmosphere was electrifying. All you could hear was the low deep hum of thirty four Toyota  86 Race Series cars, lined up bumper to bumper like a long colourful decaled train. Exhaust fumes lingered in the […]

The Loneliness Epidemic Can Be Cured

by As we edge into the Australian winter months, it often means extended time spent indoors and for many, a feeling or sense of loneliness.  In 2001 Robert Putman published a best seller “Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community” […]

Is Passed a Term of the Past?

by TV headlines flashed up on the screen “Dr David Goodall at the age of 104 has passed!” “Oh”, I thought to myself, “he has chosen to pass, pass what?”  Okay we all knew he was keen to die on his own […]

How To Spot A Misogynist

by Misogyny is stubborn Acclaimed Australian literary author, Tim Winton was recently interviewed on the ABC and expressed his concern on misogyny. He still hears things today, in particular from young boys, that three or even five generations ago would be saying. It […]

#SheReviews Tully

by #SheSociety was invited to witness Charlize Theron’s strong portrayal of her character Marlo in a soon to be released movie called “Tully” written by Diablo Cody, directed by Jason Reitman.   It is realistic to the point that it could almost […]

Women Connecting Within Communities

by One woman’s passion Never under estimate your passion, nor your worth. You will be surprised how one small nagging concept has the ability to bloom into reality and ignite individuals and communities with a renewed sense of self-worth and community pride. […]

What’s With the Puffer Lips?

by I’m sorry girls, maybe it’s my age or maybe I’m too critical and if so please tell me where I have gone wrong. But I cannot in the life of me understand why anyone would want to inflate their lips like […]

Why Fitness Trackers Are Important For Seniors

by What is a fitness tracker? Definition extracted from the internet PC Magazine: “a wrist-worn device that can detect some combination of walking steps, running distance, heart rate, sleep patterns and swimming laps. Fitness bands interact via Bluetooth with an app in […]

Dealing With The New Year Blues

by Post-Christmas and New Year On New Year’s Eve I didn’t feel like going out on the town nor popping champagne and watching the fireworks. I was physically and mentally drained from weeks of excitement and home preparations in readiness for my […]

Christmas Can Be Hard Work

by I’m not referring to the obvious psychological and physical wrangle of budget, shopping, crowds and time. It is the house preparations, particularly if everyone is coming to stay with with you! It has been years since I have entertained my family […]

What Happened To The Aussie Tomato

by It’s summertime and tomato time, woo hoo , and this includes refreshing Greek salads. Anyone can make a Greek salad but if you yearn for a successful tasty outcome as I do, the ingredients need to be top quality. Particularly with […]

Little Big House – A Brief Review

by Last week I walked into a recently renovated 1889 building to discover a tastefully decorated pub and bar surrounded by inviting staff and a warm atmosphere that made me immediately think “I like this place”.   On behalf of She Brisbane […]

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