So Now You Are A Teacher

by   Teaching Tips for Parents I have proudly been a teacher with the Queensland Department of Education since 1987. Most of my working life has been part time as a relief teacher, so like you, my job has been to come […]

Travel In A COVID 19 World

by   Last year I travelled a lot. I visited Paris and Sydney for Fashion Week. I marvelled at the beauty of The Maldives and soaked up the sun on their pristine beaches. I traversed Japan staying in Fukuoka, Kyoto and Tokyo […]

Daily News Roundup

by MONDAY, March 30 Businesses will receive a fortnightly wage subsidy up to $1,500 per employee as part of a Federal Government bid to prevent millions of people from losing their jobs to the coronavirus pandemic. The subsidy is the central plank […]

10 Tips For Engaging In A Virtual World

by   These strange new times are prompting us to pivot in so many ways. #WFH means needing to appear on webcam, Zoom or Skype with your colleagues or clients or even front up via video interview on mainstream media.   If your […]

#SheDiscovers What’s New This Week

by #SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds New On Netflix – Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness A series taking the world by storm. A zoo owner spirals out of control amid a cast of eccentric characters in this true murder-for-hire […]

Daily News Roundup

by FRIDAY, MARCH 29 As the number of Australian coronavirus cases edged past 3000 today, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the Government will target Australians returning from overseas in its latest moves to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. The Australian Defence […]

Daily News Roundup

by THURSDAY, March 28 Hairdressing appointments with no time limits are back on after the Federal Government lifted its restrictions on hairdressers and barbers announced on Tuesday night. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said based on feedback from the industry, premiers and chief […]

Vegan Pear Muffins 

by   If you’re like me baking for your family is soothing. I think many of us are baking the blues away in these uncertain times. I recently bought a bag of imperfect pears. Pears are in season and so cheap right […]

Theragun, Percussive Therapy Leader, Launches in Australia

by Aussies experience the Theragun revolution this year The global leader in percussive therapy and wellness champion, Theragun, Inc., has recently launched three new game-changing wellness devices in Australia, including the professional-grade G3PRO, the premium G3, and the lightweight, simplified liv for […]

Daily News Roundup

by WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25 As the Tokyo Olympics were postponed and Australia’s Chief Medical Officer warned the government would “not tolerate” people who flouted orders to self-isolate, the Prime Minister has expanded the nationwide crackdown on social gatherings. Prime Minister Scott Morrison […]

Just Stop Mingling

by You may have seen some posts going around about doctors overseas who are working like they are at war…of which they are. A different kind of war, a war we have never seen on such a large scale before in our […]

Now’s The Time To #SupportLocal 

by In Queensland alone, small businesses make up 97.4% of all businesses (Advancing Small Business in Queensland Strategy 2016-2020). Excuse my slang, but that is an absolutely HUGE percentage. In addition to this, according to Queensland Government’s State of Small Business Report […]

Daily News Roundup

by TUESDAY, March 24 NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the state is at a “critical stage” in the fight against coronavirus, after 149 new infections in 24 hours pushed the state’s total past 800. And in Queensland, schools are staying open but […]

Memories of Mater Prize Homes

by   When I was a little girl back in the late 60’s and early 70’s, going to see the latest Mater Prize Home was a popular weekend outing for many families, including mine. We lived on the northside of Brisbane, so […]

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