Brie Stevensen #SheInspires

by What is your background? I’m a make-up artist and hairstylist by trade, I started in theatre and eventually moved into photographic work. I always joke that I could have been born with a make-up brush in my hand! Being on set is […]

For lovers Of The Go-Betweens

by Thirty years after its inception, some of Queensland’s most leading musicians will this week pay homage to one of the greatest Australian albums of all time, the Go-Betweens’ 16 Lovers Lane. The concert on Friday 14 July at Queensland Performing Arts […]

Mango & Chia Smoothie

by Like most people, I love fruit that is in season – it tastes better, is fresher, cheaper and is more environmentally friendly!  Unfortunately mangos do not thrive in Winter so to get my fix this time of the year I have […]

Aboard The Seadeck!

by We were super excited to be invited to the VIP launch of ‘Seadeck‘ on Saturday 1 July, as it had just arrived in Brisbane following their first successful season in Sydney. We got to experience the uniqueness of such a beautiful vessel […]

How To Go With The FLOW…

by Sometimes we need to stop and be mindful of what is happening around you. Well, that is what the world tries to tell us to do. Sometimes it is hard to take that time out in busy schedules but that didn’t […]

Drawing The Line – How Much To Share?

by If you are working as a consultant, you probably thrive on finding and spotting opportunities which others don’t see. However, many consultants (including me), struggle with finding the right balance between networking, pitching and attracting business but not giving away too much valuable IP […]

Cat The Cupid!

by I was divorced three years ago and I’ve been dating a LOT. I was with my ex for ten years, and now I meet these other guys and can’t imagine getting serious with any of them, let alone marrying them. But […]

Recognising And Renegotiating The Mental Load

by I’m a week back from holidays in Fiji. Eight days with a long-time girlfriend spent in beach clubs, floating pontoons, swimming in crystal clear water, sail boats, champagne, great food and heaps of laughter. I have been stopped in the street and supermarket […]

RICE- Opening Night

by RICE is the latest play by Queensland Theatre, a co-production with Griffin Theatre Company in Sydney. It is a drama written by the talented Michele Lee, who won the Queensland Premier’s Drama Award (QPDA) for this work. In RICE we see race, gender […]

Vanessa Fowler #SheInspires

by On a sunny Saturday five years ago, Vanessa Fowler made a promise to achieve justice for her murdered little sister. It was Allison Baden-Clay’s funeral and hundreds were gathered to pay their respects including Allison’s three young daughters and her husband […]

Two Nights With A Sommelier

by We love our wine here at SheBrisbane. Not too much mind you, but there’s no better way for our team to unwind after a particularly arduous day and plan ahead than over a glass or two. So it was a no […]

Making Good Men Great

by As women, we naturally turn to other women for support when feeling down about something and it’s pretty much a given that most of us will have a network of friends and family to turn to when in need. But what about men? […]

Top 10 tips for a healthy kid’s lunchbox

by 1.Get planning Planning your family’s meals for the week ahead is my number one tip – it’s the ultimate lifesaver, budget friendly and will help ensure your child has a healthy lunch box every day. Start by creating a five-day schedule […]

Monsieur Chocolat

by Monsieur Chocolat was a hit at the recent French Film Festival and it was there I saw it for the first time. It was my son’s choice and I had no idea what to expect but we both loved it. I […]

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