Heard of Teff? Is this the new superfood?

It’s the tiny grain that’s gone under the radar. Super-foods quinoa and chia normally steal the show, however Teff is hitting mainstream healthfood status. Now available at major supermarkets there’s no excuse for the time-poor who can’t make it to the boutique […]

Mavis’s Kitchen – three thumbs up!

After a long sweaty climb to the summit of Mt Warning, I needed a snack. The winding Murwillumbah Road that leads to the national park is rather lacking in convenience stores, and my climbing buddy and I were lured in to Mavis’s […]

Step out in Paris with me

I must confess to having had a love affair for over 30 years… a love affair with the wondrous city of Paris. See, we have a history, Paris and me: it was the place where I went for my first overseas trip; […]

Calling all writing groups and writers

The fourth annual Brisbane Writers’ Group Convention is on again on Sunday 31 July from 9am to 1pm and if you’re a word enthusiast, then you won’t want to miss it. The convention aims to connect individuals and writing groups together face-to-face. […]

Six ways for solo travellers to meet people

I’m predominantly a solo traveller. Or I used to be. I can’t count how many times I’ve being asked “Are you going by yourself?” with a look of surprise when I tell people about my next trip. Technically yes—I’m catching a flight […]

An interview with Killer Queen, Casey Donovan

While waiting to speak with Casey Donovan—singer, actress, author and champion of Indigenous causes—I do the maths. It has been 12 years since as a 16-year-old, she took out the coveted Australian Idol title, beating one of Australia’s other favourite performers, Anthony […]

She High Tea photo gallery

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When Big Magic came to town

In a coup for the Brisbane Writers’ Festival, renowned author of Eat Pray Love and Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert, visited Brisbane in an exciting ‘prelude’ to this year’s festival. The sold-out evening at the Conservatorium Theatre, Griffith University, South Bank, marked the […]

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