A Little Bit Of Time Travel

I have a confession; I’m a bit of a historic costume tragic. So, on a brilliant blue Brisbane winter weekend, we headed off to History Alive at Fort Lytton National Park. Fort Lytton’s history Fort Lytton National Park is a historically significant […]

Daily News Roundup

Thursday, June 21 Personal income tax cuts worth billions of dollars are set to pass today, with One Nation confirming it will support the Federal Government’s $144 billion package and Centre Alliance conditionally backing it. One Nation leader Pauline Hanson told AM […]

About Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety is an all-too common problem for both adults and children. Dental Anxiety has a high prevalence and it is the primary reason why some people avoid visiting a dentist. For many people, some level of anxiety is a part of […]

10 Energy-Boosting Tricks

Do you struggle to stay awake or focused? Do you often feel that low energy forces you to skip important meetings and events? It might surprise you to hear that this literally happens all the time, even to the most energetic people. […]

5 Things You Need From Daiso

If you are yet to experience Daiso then I have just one question for you…. What have you been doing with your life? Seriously, Daiso has things that you didn’t even realise you needed until you saw it. Oh and did I […]

WIN A Double Pass To ADRIFT!

#SheSociety has 5 double passes plus a copy of the book to giveaway to Adrift Movie!   Check out the trailer here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LunQJEnmNdU   To enter to win: ⛵Like SheSociety on Facebook or Instagram ⛵Subscribe to our newsletter ⛵Comment below your favourite […]

Daily News Roundup

Wednesday, June 20 The United States has withdrawn from the United Nations Human Rights Council accusing it of a “chronic bias against Israel”, a move that activists warned would make advancing human rights globally even more difficult. Standing with US Secretary of […]

Meet Sabrina Bethunin, CEO of MadeComfy

When Sabrina Bethunin arrived from Venezuela she had two immediate goals – to improve her English and set up her own business. It wasn’t long before she had attained both, the first through undivided commitment and the second as a result of her […]

Daily News Roundup

Tuesday, June 19 Evidence on day one of the coronial inquiry into the Dreamworld tragedy, where four people were killed on a family-friendly ride at the theme park on Queensland’s Gold Coast, could damage the theme park’s reputation for good, media and […]

Does The Bride Have To Wear White?

Let’s get to the point straightaway: no, not at all! What is more, who says the bride has to wear a gown, too? Neither of these is mandatory, and if you wish to raise quite a few eyebrows by staying true to […]

4 Seasons QPAC Opening Night

4Seasons by Expressions Dance Company, Thursday 14 June, Playhouse, QPAC On Thursday 14 June, 20 world class dancers from Australia and China united on the Playhouse stage for the Australian premiere of4Seasons, presented by Queensland’s critically acclaimed Expressions Dance Company (EDC) and […]

Robin Bailey On Men’s Health

Last week was Men’s Health Week. As a wife and mother to three sons who are all now in their 20’s I take a particular interest in men’s health. It was with sadness and empathy that I listened to the brave Robin […]

Daily News Roundup

Monday June 18 The father of a six-year-old girl who was killed when a car driven by an 86-year-old woman reversed into her family at a Sunshine Coast shopping centre has paid tribute to his daughter as his “moon and back”. Indie […]

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