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the pros and cons of black tapware

The Pros and Cons of Black Tapware

Black tapware doesn’t seem to be waning any time soon from bathrooms and kitchens. This tapware finish seems to be nearly as popular as the classic chrome or stainless steel […]

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Three Easy Hacks to Keep Your Home Organised

Guest Post A seemingly ever-increasing workload paired with the ever-increasing responsibilities to keep your life in order (whatever that may entail) can leave us stressing about life rather than enjoying […]

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Teaching Children How to be Water Wise

Today is World Earth Day and there are many events being held around the world, to raise awareness about climate change and other threats against the environment. As part of […]

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5 Easy Steps to Declutter Your Bathroom Vanity

Our modern lives in the western world are all so busy and everything we do takes time. More and more we are becoming aware of how we can spend our […]

pumpkin and feta muffins

Tradie’s Lunchbox – Pumpkin and Feta Muffins

These pumpkin and feta muffins are delicious! The mix of sweet and savoury gets me every time and I love the saltiness of the feta mixing with the sweetness of […]

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The Kinder Surprise for Adults – Royal Essence Candle and Bath Bomb Giveaway

I love surprises. Well not the unexpected bill surprises, or the surprises kids like to pull on me when they’ve been awfully quiet in the house. I love unexpected positive […]

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Why My Kids’ Fussy Eating Habits Don’t Bother Me – Hivita Liquivita for Kids Review

This post has been written in collaboration with Hivita If you have kids with fussy eating habits… you’re not alone. I have some of those in my household too. That’s […]

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Bunny on a Hill Easter Hat

If you’re looking for an easy Easter Hat that you can create at home with recyclable materials, this hat is for you – well your kid actually. This Bunny on […]

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QLD Has a New Female Ambassador for Plumbing 2017

Officially, today is World Plumbing Day, but many plumbers and those that work in the industry, celebrated yesterday morning with a breakfast at Hillstone where we also found out the […]

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My Tent is Expanding

In two weeks time I will be attending my 4th Colour Conference. It’s always an exciting time of year as the conference looms. But the weeks before can be hectic […]

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Tradie’s Lunchbox – Crunchy Nut Salad With Chicken McBites

This Crunchy Nut Salad with Chicken McBites is a new take on the popular crunchy noodle salad. One of my favourite salad recipes to make is crunchy noodle salad. Whenever […]

75% aussies won't hire a female tradie

The 75% of Aussies That Won’t Hire a Female Tradie – You’re Missing Out And Crippling The Industry

If you’re one of the Aussies that filled in a survey stating you won’t hire a female tradie, you may want to read this post. I’m one of those tradies […]

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I’m a Celebrity… Get Me OUT OF HERE Australian Bloggers Edition

So last week I was exploding from all ends. It was nasty. I caught the gastro bug from my Esther. I had washed my hands constantly after catching each vomit […]

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When Life Explodes From One End to The Other

When life explodes from one end to the other Last Friday (the week before last) I was exhausted because I had been up all night with Esther as she battled […]

school and kindy year

And So We Start Another School and Kindy Year

And So We Start Another School and Kindy Year How fast did those six weeks of school holidays roll around? Admittedly, last week I was ready for my girls to […]

cork and chroma paint and sip class in brisbane

My Time at Cork and Chroma – A Paint and Sip Class in Brisbane

My Experience at a Paint and Sip Class in Brisbane The first time I learned that art was in the eye of the beholder was when I was in year […]

reading for january 2017

What I’ve Been Reading – Three Books to Put on Your Reading List

One of my goals this year is to read more books. I love reading, but I haven’t had a lot of time to indulge in it since having my babies. […]

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Dig Deep and Build Yourself Up

Since dad and I stopped working together, we don’t get to see each other as much during the week. I’m often busy juggling the kids, their activities and fitting in […]

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End of Year Feels – A Reflection on 2016

It’s less than a week till Christmas and I’m yearning for the peace that is promised at this time of year when everything stops right on Christmas Eve. It’s been […]

chocolate nativity scene

Chocolate Nativity Scene Take 2 – “Mum There Were Sheep at the Birth of Jesus”

After the success of last year’s chocolate nativity scene, I decided to make another earlier this week with my girls. As I was setting out the lollies and blocks of […]

movember

I’m Not Into Mo’s, But I Will Support Movember

Around a month ago, Jacob told me he was going to grow a mo and beard for Movember. I inwardly groaned. You see I don’t like facial hair. Superficial, I […]

DIY Pom pom gift basket

DIY Pom Pom Gift Baskets For Christmas

Christmas is less than 8 weeks away and I’ve only just started to get organized with my Christmas shopping. This year I am attempting to make some homemade Christmas gifts […]