When I was 11 years old we were required to knit an item of babies’ clothing. Remember there was no internet then and you had to rely on your old encyclopaedia Britannica, the local library, folklore and the people around […]
Skye Burnside struggles with the rules of modern communications but explains why you should never send an e-mail at 3am.
When I was a girl the letterbox contained letters, as well as bills, and my family shared one phone. Calls were meant to take 5 minutes, you never called after 9:30pm, and formal letters […]
Daughter: When will I be killed mum?
Mum: Hmmm…Hopefully you will die peacefully.
No she is not exposed to the news on the television or the radio. There have been no overheard talks in the home of any crimes/incidents. […]
Sonia Bestulic shares the success story of Evie and her inspiring journey to health and fitness while having lots of fun!
Meet Evie – an eleven year old girl who loves swimming, dancing and playing soccer for Como West Jannali too! She participates in physical activities six times a week, and reveals she “loves to […]
Kristin Tinker, mum of two, asks if perhaps we are setting our children up to fail by always declaring them winners?
It’s that time of year. Kids are lining up on starting blocks and then run their little hearts out when the starting gun firesit’s Athletics Carnival Season. Parents take the day off work, grandparents […]
Skye Burnside explains why the pay difference between men and women are making her mad enough to burn her bra again!
When I was a girl I prided myself on following in the footsteps of the women before me and calling myself a “women’s libber”. As a small- breasted teenager who hardly needed a […]