Reena Augustine #SheInspires

by Tell us a little bit about yourself – who you are and what you do The recently crowned winner of the Brisbane Women in Business Award for Community Dedication I have continued to blaze a trail in my quest for equality. Coming to […]

Jane Peters #SheInspires

by In the lead up to CLASSIQUE – Camerata’s first gala performance of the year @ QPAC March 3, SheBrisbane were lucky enough to chat to the Australian violinist on board – Jane Peters. Tell us a little bit about yourself – who you are and […]

Mandy Stephens #SheInspires

by Brisbane mum Mandy Stephens likes a chat. Not the over-the-fence kind with the next door neighbour on what’s for dinner or the like. Her chats are mainly with children and their parents about puberty and the challenges growing up. To be […]

Kerrie Hess #SheInspires

by SheBrisbane was beyond excited when given the opportunity to interview Australian Fashion Illustrator – Kerrie Hess! Describe your signature illustration style It’s spontaneous and (hopefully) romantic. I paint by hand and don’t use computers for my work so I always hope […]

Kate Middleton #SheInspires

by Leading Queensland businesswoman Kate Middleton knows all about challenges. In between medical challenges and personal potential setbacks, the feisty, focused 35-year-old go-getter, built an enviable portfolio of business achievements, which she has continued to add to after learning to walk and […]

Beautiful The Way We Are

by The SheBrisbane girls come in many shapes, sizes and colours and not one person is more ‘normal’ than the other. So when we came across a recent article about a photographer who captured images of 40 ‘real’ women in bid to […]

For The Love Of Animals

by How often do we look at people and wish we had their lives? For animals lovers, Zelie Bullen’s life seems like the absolute dream. A world renowned animal trainer who has a gift for making animals steal our hearts on the […]

High Five For Our Chief Justice

by On hearing that the first woman in history to be appointed Chief Justice of the High Court is from Queensland, the She Brisbane office erupted in cheers and a lot of high-fiving. A former Queensland high school girl’s appointment to the […]

Light a candle for kids

by Social Enterprise Collective One is about to launch a new candle range with $5 from every sale to be donated to the buyer’s choice of one of three charities: Pyjama Foundation, Cambodian Children’s Fund and Safe Childhoods Foundation. The new candles […]

Diana: Her Fashion Story

by Nearly 20 years ago, as most Australians were going to lunch, a bright light went out across the other side of the world. It was 3.45am on August 31, 2007 when Princess Diana’s life support was switched off in a Paris […]

Adulting at 31 by Amanda Goddard

by Some days you wake up knowing that life is going to change.  Yesterday for me, I had one of those days.  I wasn’t sure how it was going to play out, usually my intuition guides me through these types of scenarios, […]

Dreaming of writing

by As a keen reader, writer and aspiring author I’ve always been interested in hearing other writer’s stories about their journey to publication. So, it was with great delight that I received ‘ Writing the Dream’ , a book published by Serenity […]

Books bring bliss after heartache

by “I think it’s about finding the right book at the right time in your life” When Louise Roche lost her husband Steve, it was the worst chapter in her life. Married for 18 years and best friends for longer, they had a genuine partnership […]

Writing for a generation

by It is the psychological aspect of authors that fascinates me and there is nothing more interesting than to speak to the author of a book you have recently read to find out what makes them tick. I just closed the cover […]

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