Farming Celebrated In Iconic EKKA Fashion Parades

by ‘Back to Nature’ is the theme for this years Royal Queensland Show’s (Ekka) fashion parades. Taking place between August 11 and 20, the parades are celebrating locally sourced fabrics and ethically produced clothing. They are showcasing the connection between farming and […]

A Really Healthy Pancake!

by Pancakes don’t have to be bad for you… This recipe is easy, super yummy and full of protein, potassium and vitamins!  My mum used to make it for us as children and I am determined to continue the tradition for my son… […]

Second-Hand Grief From Celebrity Relationships

by First Brangelina and now another Hollywood golden couple have called it quits. Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced their split just last week after eight years of marriage, causing an absolute internet frenzy. Their goofy and seemingly nice personalities have won […]

Brisbane Tales From The Grave

by Do you ever wonder about the people who are buried in your local cemetery? I know I do. I wonder who the large mausoleums in Toowong Cemetery belong to and about the humble stories of people buried in the little country […]

2017 Ekka Cheat Sheet

by You can’t go to a place like the Ekka without a game plan. The Ekka rolls around only once a year so you need to make sure you’re armed with the best information to make the most of a wonderful day […]

How To Be A Man

by I was in an airport lounge the other day flicking through the fancy glossy quarterlies, eating heaps of yummy stuff, having a wine etc.. in fact it was reminiscent of that episode of Kath & Kim where Kath and Kel miss their flight […]

Rhianna Buchanan #SheInspires

by You are Australia’s first ever female Monster Jam truck driver! How did you start driving these monstrous trucks? After I finished studying Event and Hospitality Management, I met my partner who was working in entertainment doing motorbike stunt shows. That’s where […]

UPLIT- The Brisbane Writers Festival

by Readers and writers of Brisbane rejoice as it is soon one of our favourite times of year. This September 6-10 sees over 100 writers converging on Brisbane for the annual Brisbane Writers Festival. UPLIT- The Brisbane Writers Festival is celebrating 55 years (even […]

Big BOOTY Biatches Unite!

by So why is it so hard for a plus sized girl to hire something to wear to a fancy function? Honestly, does the world not think that big girls go to fancy functions? I mean seriously world, I am a big […]

Compound Exercise

by Exercises can be classified either as compound or isolation exercises. Both are excellent depending on what type of exercise you want to do and what you want to achieve etc… Compound exercises involve more than one muscle group and incorporate movements […]

The Bachelor – True Love or Truly Fake?

by The issue of diversity has become a constant discussion point in The Bachelor and other types of reality shows, with cookie cutter, blonde stereotypes representing what’s expected to be a sample of our population. The show cherry picks their own ideal […]

CLOSED: WIN Tickets To MADAME AFTERNOON TEA

by Thanks to Dendy Cinemas, #SheBrisbane has 2 x double passes for the special preview of Madame. Arrive at 3:30pm and receive afternoon tea at Dendy Portside Cinema! Synopsis: Mischief is on the menu. Adding a little spice to a waning marriage, Anne […]

Time To Tell Our Kids About War

by The new war film Dunkirk opens with (small spoiler alert) six young British soldiers walking away from the camera down a deserted street when five of them are shot in the back one by one. The sixth, clearly not long out […]

Seniors and Political Correct

by Older Australians get annoyed by people who try to be politically correct. They are also sick of the younger generation’s manners, obsession with technology and punctuality, which they say is ruining society. That was the verdict from a study commissioned by […]

Stuck In A Funk

by Stuck in a funk? Life in reverse? Time to get a Plan. Some of us know the feeling when life becomes a grind and routine is the main game. It’s like the days just turn into weeks, then into months without […]

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