My Pink HaRe: A Mum Life Success Story

Welcome to our very first Mum Life Success Story. At the end of every month I will be bringing you a true-to-life inspirational story about a special mum who’s chasing her dreams, conquering her fears, beating the odds or simply making an impact on the world or her community.

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New Year, New Direction.

In my post last week I talked about making New Years Resolutions. Although I’ve never been one to make them in the past, I decided to go in a new direction and set some goals for the year ahead. I set 5 goals for my family life and 5 goals for my personal growth and…

NEW YEARS RESOLUTION: Make New Years Resolution!

I’ve never really been one to make New Years Resolutions as I’m a big believer in refraining from making promises I’m not 100% sure I can keep, even if it’s only to myself. It’s probably not the most optimistic of outlooks but up until now, I believed it was working for me. After a pretty…

Party Supplies – Flash Fiction

Hurry, hurry. Must hurry up. In and out. Grab the plastic cups, paper napkins, no sidetracks, no impulse shopping, pray I don’t run into anyone I know…oh dear, there’s Amy from playgroup in the produce section. Turn around, quick. No time for chatting, must be back before the first kid arrives. Party supplies, party supplies…oh…

Looking After Number Mum

Ok, so I know the title doesn’t make a lot of sense but I’m pretty sure all my readers out there are clever enough to work our what my fractured saying is alluding to. To be honest I don’t really subscribe to the idea that we (as humans) let-alone self-sacrificing Mothers are ever number 1,…

We are stronger than we know: Across Australia with a baby.

You may have noticed things have been very quiet around here lately. In fact it’s been over a month since I put pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard to be more accurate, but I have a legitimate excuse for my lack of written musings. I’ve been embarking on the massive journey of offloading everything…

Are we too dependant on technology?

I used to pride myself on the fact that I was ‘not’ a cliche or a statistic. As a teen I would avoid famous people if they happened to be somewhere I was going because I didn’t want to be seen as a ‘groupie’, drooling over someone just because they occasionally appeared on the little…