Simple Snacks Using Hazelnut Spread

Over the last few weeks I have been working to help spread awareness and understanding surrounding the Health Star Rating system. However there has been a little confusion relating to the stars and how ‘healthy’ a product is, so I quickly wanted to clear up a few points. Firstly, this system is purely for use

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She’s SO up herself

Does anyone know the phrases that get thrown around a lot –  ‘she’s so up herself’ or ‘she loves herself way too much’. It’s so strange to me that people consider these as bad traits and say them like they are put downs. Why shouldn’t we love ourselves? If we can’t be our biggest fans

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Learning with Playdough

Being that I am a teacher, I have had a lot of requests to share simple, at home learning activities for your littlies. Which is why I have begun this ’30 days of playdough’ series. Playdough is such a versatile learning and sensory tool for a wide range of ages. It was one of my

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Snacks and Stars

Anyone remember what Grocery Shopping pre Kids was like? Yeah me either lol. But I’m fairly certain (after watching a few young childless couples / empty nesters in Woolies), it is a relaxing outing to the shops to rationally and level headedly choose the weeks food intake, maybe even squeezing in an uninterrupted perusal of

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Freaky Minestrone Soup

This was whipped up on a whim, one rainy gloomy day. It’s named Freaky because I added ‘Freekeh’ into it, which is a delicious grain, similar to brown rice. The pasta, veggie, freekeh combo make it super hearty, tasty and filling. I always enjoy my soups with warm ciabatta or toast. It can be a

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Camp Fire Fun; Pretend Play

Pretend play has to be one of the BEST things for little minds. Combine that with nature and the outdoors and it’s a total winner in our house. This little set up was SO simple, and provided hours of fun. The beauty of it is that you can just work with what you already have

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Do you Live for your Loved ones?

Do you live for your loved ones? When most people are asked that question, their answer is obviously going to be YES. Do you drive to live, by practising safe driving habits? Not all of us can as easily say YES to that one. Let’s take the pledge to drive safer, and aim for a

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Has ‘Real’ Mothering gone too far?

PREFACE About a year ago, I wrote a post on Instagram discussing this topic, and although it was received well, I deleted it the following day out of fear of bullying. A year on, I’ve learnt a lot, mainly that you should never allow anyone to intimidate, bully or belittle you, prevent you from sharing your voice, be

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The Oaks Goldsborough – Sydney

Recently Nylah and I travelled to Sydney for a night to catch up with some friends and also attend the Bloggers Brunch hosted by Kids Business. We stayed at the Oaks Goldsborough at Pyrmont, and were treated to the Penthouse Suites – which is dual level and features a full kitchen, lounge, 2 bedroom, 2

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