Top Five Myths About Growing Older

by Approaching the golden years is unavoidable and can create a level of uncertainty. Some of us celebrate birthdays with party hats on, whereas others run for the hills when the word ‘aging’ is mentioned. Regardless of which you are, it’s time […]

Parma For A Farmer

by Australians young and old are rallying around the country’s battling farmers hit hardest by the drought with schemes to raise relief money. One such scheme – a simple campaign driven by the popularity of a humble pub dish called Parma For […]

Raising Good Men

by I am raising sons, growing and shaping two boys into GOOD men. I take it very seriously, I have an intention for my sons, I am raising brave, conscious, connected, fearless men in how they live and love, who are unapologetic […]

The Book Club- Review

by Over 50? Over 50 Shades of Grey? Book Club could be the movie for you. With a stellar cast of well-over-60s – Candice Bergen, Jane Fonda, Diane Keaton and Mary Steenburgen – as old friends, and E. L. James’ infamous 50 […]

We Have Your Back

by Australia’s crippling drought, which blankets massive swathes of the country’s farming areas, has touched the nation with cash support – big and small – coming to the rescue of those hardest hit. Millions of dollars from the Federal and State governments, […]

Plastic Bags Bandwagon

by I call it the plastic bag bandwagon. Everyone has jumped on it; some retail supermarkets are copping it more than others not to mention plastic packaging and every other daily plastic sale from retailers.  It is not that simple and sounds […]

Are Coles Backing Out On Their Plastic Bag Ban?

by Coles will continue handing out plastic bags for free in its stores indefinitely, bowing to customer pressure and saying shoppers “need more time to make the transition to reusable bags”. Most state governments in Australia have banned thin single-use bags, and […]

#SheTalks – Vanessa Fowler and Anoushka Dowling

by Loretta Ryan sits down with Vanessa Fowler of The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation and Anoushka Dowling from Griffith University’s MATE Program to discuss the bystander effect. SheSocietyShe Society is a site for the women of Australia to share our stories, our experiences, […]

Handmaid’s Tale Season Finale Recap

by **SPOILER ALERT** Blessed was the fruit of Season Two of The Handmaid’s Tale, with the season finale delivering many shocks and admittedly too many unanswered questions. The SheSociety office is in for a VERY long wait until the next season. We […]

Are We Being Fooled By The Plastic Bag Ban?

by In the lead up to the plastic bag ban from Coles (July 1) and Woolworths (June 20) many customers are wondering- are we being jipped? From July 1, single-use plastic bags will be banned in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia, bringing […]

Teenage Girls On Diet’s Point To Bigger Issues

by Teenage girls who diet are more likely to engage in other health-compromising behaviours, including smoking, binge drinking, and skipping breakfast, according to a study by Canada’s University of Waterloo. The study found that, compared to girls who were not dieting at […]

#SheViews The Handmaid’s Tale

by Don’t worry, I’m not here to spoil anything for you. I am simply here to validate the reason as to why you should be waiting with baited breath each week for the release of another episode of The Handmaid’s Tale. By […]

Taking Time For The Tummy

by There is nothing cuter than watching your little one on their tummy, pull their head up and check out the world around them. That moment when they have the strength to hold up their head with their brand-new neck. Self-confessed lover […]

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 […]

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