As you stand surrounded by the debris of domesticity, up to your armpits in washing, cradling a sick child and wondering what’s for dinner can I ask what are your thoughts on feminism? I know probably not your most pressing issue at the moment but bear with me.
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Losing weight is a big goal for me this year, although to date I’ve done nothing about it (putting down the chocolate brownie right now). It seems I am not alone in this goal and women’s magazines everywhere are taking the whole new year resolution of getting slimmer to new heights. You can’t find a… Read more »
Three months ago I took my first tentative steps into this unknown world of blogging. I’d been thinking about it for a long time, even tried a little “sea change” blog a couple of years ago, but quiet frankly I’m not good with one topic – five posts and I was bored. Moving on.
Anyone else remember the Sunday drive? Mum and Dad and the kids (sometimes the dog too) packed into the car to take an aimless road trip around the local area?
Have you seen the book “Dear Me, A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self“? An array of celebrities write a letter to their teenage self. If you could jump in the DeLorean and head back to the future to meet up with the kid you once were what advice would you offer? Here’s my attempt.
Poor old Chandler is the most patient dog in the world.
Big cheers please, my friend Michele from Savannah Photography completed the 50,000 words in 30 days for NaNoWriMo.
Through a stroke of good fortune (or employment as a radio producer of a morning show) I managed to avoid the morning rush in our house for three years.
Can the level of a mother’s love & parenting ability be measured in the quality of the lunchbox she provides?
Anyone who has survived a long-term relationship (and I’m talking decades, not just a year a two) knows it is an adventure in joy, despair and resilience combined with equal parts humour and anger. This memoir of family life by Aussie Actor/Writer, William McInnes, and his Film Director/Animator wife, Sarah Watt, captures the nuances of daily… Read more »