#SheTravels Brisbane Staycation

  This year I’ve travelled to Paris, Sydney, The Maldives, Japan and will soon be heading to South Africa, so I’ve seen my fair share of hotel rooms. It’s always exciting when you swipe your key card and open the door. Those […]

 #SheTravels Visit Scenic Rim

We have all been saddened by the drought and subsequent fires that have affected the beautiful Queensland Scenic Rim and this had me asking , “What can I do to help?“  Did you know only 1 percent of the region was affected […]

#SheTravels Maldives

  What do you do when your husband comes home and asks, “ Would you  like to go to the Maldives? “ You grab your sunscreen, bathers and passport and begin packing. The Maldives had not been on my radar other than […]

Let’s Talk About Penises

Oi. Stop giggling.  Here at SheSociety we are an online publication ‘for women by women’, and we cover hot topics on womanly needs. For example you can check out our latest article on Menstrual cups vs Tampons. But today, I want to […]

Paris and Northern Italy By Train 

Book on-line, book early, book first class (there are deals to be had), pack light and be ready for some mad dashes between platforms….. Then just sit back and enjoy.  Train travel in Europe, while not without its challenges, can be fun […]

You Too Can Live The Grecian Dream

Living the dream Maybe I am trying to live the dream from The Durrell’s mini- series, based on Gerald Durrell’s true life adventures in “My Family and Other Animals”, as Louisa Durrell a widow, who in 1935 moves her family from England […]

The Travel Apps We Can’t Live Without

While on the road, one of the most precious possessions for a traveller is their phone. It keeps them in touch with family, stores all itinerary info, helps them find where they need to go and lets them spread the travel envy online. […]

How To Pack Your Life In A Suitcase

Every year millions of Australians count down the days until their next trip overseas. While researching the best attractions and cuisine is exciting, most of us overlook the dreaded task of packing. Consequently, we over pack and end up dragging multiple suitcases […]

#SheTravels – Paris In Winter

As regular readers will know Paris is my very favourite city to visit. My husband even worked there commuting back and forth for three years. It is now like a second home to us. I first visited Paris in the Wintertime when […]

#Trashtag Challenge

Australians have for decades embraced home-grown campaigns to clean up rubbish in parks, rivers, beaches and oceans in the quest to sustain our claim to being among the world’s most beautiful countries in the world. Millions of tonnes of public trash have […]

Summer Holiday Travel Claims On The Rise

Allianz reveals Aussies made more claims this summer, with summer holiday claims up 32 percent. Monkey attacks, slippery ski slopes and fitness fails are just a few scenarios Australians found themselves in this summer. Data released by Allianz Global Assistance, the assistance provider […]

Touring Japan In Large Groups

Jetstar has just done it again and released incredible prices for return flights to Japan from anywhere in Australia. This is a similar offer to what I took up last year, along with another family, with the attitude of “book now and […]

#SheInspires Michelle Lee

Sydney woman Michelle Lee is set to become the first Australian woman to cross any ocean solo in a rowboat, when she arrives in English Harbour in Antigua this month. The 46-year-old left La Gomera in the Canary Islands on December 12 and […]

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