From Boardroom to Baby

Business Expert Jane Copeland Shares her tips for going out on your own… Here’s a summary of my 5 best tips for aspiring or early stage business owners: 1.What problem are you solving? The bigger and more obvious the problem your product […]

Top 10 tips for a healthy kid’s lunchbox

1.Get planning Planning your family’s meals for the week ahead is my number one tip – it’s the ultimate lifesaver, budget friendly and will help ensure your child has a healthy lunch box every day. Start by creating a five-day schedule and […]

Changes To The Nest!

Some twenty plus years ago when I was handed my first born I recall thinking how grateful I was to be custodian of this precious life and that my future was changed forever. I blissfully settled into parenthood gratefully navigating the milestones and phases […]

Girls And Science…

As the battle goes on to encourage more girls to study or work in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM), a recent study has identified a hidden enemy that girls are having to contend with. Their own families. Earlier this year, according […]

How Pets Can Turn Us Into Better Parents

Somehow, despite our different languages, we have found ways to teach our animal companions to simplify our lives. You’ll often see a golden retriever loyally guiding his human parent without comprehending the concept of blindness, or a rescue pooch diligently searching for […]

Global Day Of Parents

Parents worldwide are in the spotlight this week as we celebrate Global Day Of Parents today which will be followed by a top level parenting conference in Melbourne next week. Dr Kristy Goodwin, one of Australia’s leading authorities on the impact of […]

Social Media And Raising A Family

Has It Changed the Dynamic for Better or for Worse? In the years since cord-free phones became the norm, phones and technology have become so heavily entrenched into our society. At first, texting was a revelation. But with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and […]

Bedtime Routines

Ahhh.. The kettle is boiled, the TV is switched on YOUR station and you’re settling in for the night. Then you hear it… the pitter-patter of little feet out of bed – AGAIN.  There’s always a reason, of course. “I just need […]

Unplug Your Kids This Easter

The last decade of fast track technology has changed the way we live, with the repercussions having a much greater impact amongst children than anyone could have predicted.  This Easter holidays is the perfect opportunity to take the time to ‘unplug’ your […]

Increased Concerns For Tech-Savvy Kids…

SheBrisbane spoke to occupational Therapist Katrina Davies says that she has seen a significant increase in the number of school aged children requiring occupational therapy to help improve their hand strength and motor skill development and worries this number will increase with […]

Humbled To Meet This Grandparent

It didn’t take long for me to contemplate how a grandparent may feel as a major child-carer. As I shared my lunch with inspirational women at SheBrisbane’s 2017 International Women’s Day (IWD) celebration I reflected on what was a particularly special day. […]

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