• Matilda The Musical via

    Theatre Review: Matilda The Musical

    Growing up, Matilda, by Roald Dahl was one of my favourite books. I adored the clever girl who stood up to bullies and loved to read. I never in a million years thought I would see the story come to life before my eyes the way it does in Matilda the musical, the award winning […] Read more…

  • A Day At #Coogee #Beach via

    A Family-Friendly Day At Coogee Beach, Sydney

    As an inner city family, we spend a lot of time at Coogee Beach. It’s one of those hidden Sydney gems – not as popular as the biggies like Bondi or Manly, so it flies under the tourist radar. Today, as part of the Kidspot #ShareAustralia competition, I’m writing about our top three things to […] Read more…


  • Living A Small Life via

    Living A Small Life

    At the ripe old age of 35 I’ve come to the realisation that there are a lot of things I will not be in this life time. A professional ballet dancer, which was my earliest wish. An Olympic Athlete, which was my dream as a teenager. I’m probably not going to be someone who creates […] Read more…

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    Pitching Made Easy: How To Ask For Freelance Work

    Pitching for freelance writing can be a scary thing to do. No one likes being rejected. After giving this freelance writing thing a good go for the best part of a year and a half now, I can tell you that it does get easier. All of it. The cold emailing. The pitching. And even […] Read more…


  • On The Town With The Uppababy GLITE

    On The Town With The UPPAbaby G-LITE

    When you’re travelling with a little kid, a good umbrella stroller is a must. We made the mistake of not taking one with us when we started our trip, thinking Cheese was big enough to walk everywhere. Big mistake. I forgot that when we travel we walk a lot – like upwards of 10km a […] Read more…

  • Things I Know About My Parents Now That I'm One #parenting #family

    What I Know About My Parents Now That I Am One

    Our parents are the lynch pins of our lives in many ways. They’re the force that gave us life, cared and provided for us, and taught us about the world. I’ve always looked up to my own parents with love and admiration but once I had a child of my own, I began to see […] Read more…


  • 14 Tips For Travelling With Kids #familytravel via

    14 Tips For Travelling With Kids

    We just arrived home after our epic around the world adventure with the preschooler. While all of our victories and mistakes are still clear in my foggy jet lagged head, I wanted to write down what I’ve learned about making international travel with a little kid a success. Here’s what I’ve learned after six weeks, four countries, […] Read more…

  • Pros and cons of #travel with #kids via

    Pros And Cons Of Travel With Little Kids

    As we’ve done a lot of travel with Cheese since she was only 3 months old, this is something I get asked a lot. We travelled for necessity – from New York back to Australia and Hawaii to see family, and to Canada to get our visas renewed. If we hadn’t needed to travel so […] Read more…