OMG, I Bought My Daughter A Camilla Dress
Dec07

OMG, I Bought My Daughter A Camilla Dress

What’s in a Camilla Dress? Firstly, let me state that this is a judgement free zone. As I have admitted previously, I am happy to take out a small mortgage on a pair of boots but wince at spending $20 on a taxi – as long as you stick to the overall budget, it’s up to you what you spend on. Personally, I don’t believe in designer dresses for a 10-yr old. My kids get most of their clothes on the Myer sale – cute, good quality and...

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Monday’s recipe – Exotic Flavours of Chinese Cuisine
Dec04

Monday’s recipe – Exotic Flavours of Chinese Cuisine

Recipes are always a favourite of ours to share, and this one is super easy and super yummy. With all the talk of Christmas dinners, Sharon heard of a great Christmas lunch idea from friends who on Christmas morning head to Chinatown for the yummy lunch things later in the day – The Asian inspired Christmas lunch – I love it. Delicious, interesting and easy. And who can resist a failproof San Choy Bau recipe? This one is...

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Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls
Nov23

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls

“Mum, why is there not such a book for boys? All these women and girls are so cool!” this is what my then seven-year-old son asked me after a reading session from “Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls”. It’s a great question and I am sure the authors of this book, Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo, would be more than happy about it. “I couldn’t love a man who commands me, any more than I could love one who lets...

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Looking For A Delicious And Healthy Snack? Try This One
Nov20

Looking For A Delicious And Healthy Snack? Try This One

Delicious and healthy snacks are always great to discover and add to the repertoire. As you probably know most muesli bars are very high in sugar and some could even be called junk food. I found this receipe at the weekend in one of my many cookbooks – thank you Sally Joseph. I am already on my second batch as the kids love it. You can make it without the nuts if your kids can’t take them to school. And if there are seeds and...

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Feeling Charitable? 3 Tips for Businesses to Get the Most out of Giving
Nov16

Feeling Charitable? 3 Tips for Businesses to Get the Most out of Giving

Let’s face it when you’re starting out in business or even a couple of years in – you put everything you have into it. Time, money, energy, blood, sweat and a lot of tears!  So, what’s left to give to a charity or needy cause? Not much really but businesses can still find creative ways to give back. The most common feedback from small to medium size businesses who donate to a charity or cause is they don’t feel adequately recognised...

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Here are my Tips to Overcome Back Pain
Nov13

Here are my Tips to Overcome Back Pain

Back pain can be so debilitating! A few months ago I explained the basic principles behind lower back issues and I thought I would continue that theme. I have had a lot of great feedback and this month’s blog is all about your back health. Because of our sedentary, seated lifestyle, a lot of us have lower back pain or discomfort, tight hamstrings, tight hips and so on. All leading to poor mobility in the hips area and the lower back....

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My Fussy Eater: How I Got My Toddler Eating Better Food
Nov10

My Fussy Eater: How I Got My Toddler Eating Better Food

Do you have a fussy eater? Do you have problems feeding vegetables to your child? I do, it’s a nightmare. I don’t understand what happened when she was a baby she always had a good appetite. Food introduction was so easy, a dream! She was always hungry for more, whatever you’d give her. I used to make veggie soup and I remember her licking her lips and smiling asking for more. I wish was still like that. Nowadays I have to beg her to...

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This is what you need to know for your baby
Nov06

This is what you need to know for your baby

  Can I give animal foods to my baby from 6 months? Yes, you can.  Research has found that animal foods are so important in ensuring proper growth and height, strength, and intelligence along with mental development and strong immunity. I recommend animal food from grass-fed sources  (organic ideally)  as the quality of life and the nutrient profile of such animals are vastly superior to those that come from the factory farming...

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This is the difference between a mediator and a lawyer
Oct30

This is the difference between a mediator and a lawyer

Let’s talk Mediation First Things First…let’s make it clear… The first thing people often want to understand is what is the difference between a family lawyer and a family mediator or family dispute resolution practitioner? In the most simple of terms, a family lawyer provides specialised personal legal advice to a client. They will recommend and represent their client in any proceedings or in Court and...

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‘You are Enough’ – Here’s why with Marisa
Oct23

‘You are Enough’ – Here’s why with Marisa

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