A fabulous frock for fundraising

The challenge of a fabulous frockathon

We did it! Today is the last day of October which means I am wearing my final frock for FROCKTOBER! If I lived in a warmer climate, I’m certain this frockathon would have been easier. I’d simply be able to slip on a dress each day and voila! Dressed up! There would be no cardigans [...] Read More

The last week of Frocktober

I love dressing up but I don’t follow fashion trends. If you asked me what’s happening on the catwalks of Paris, I wouldn’t be able to tell you. But I enjoy the way we can express ourselves through colours, patterns, textures and shapes. I adore design, so fashion fascinates me. I also love a good [...] Read More

On my mind. Hope and holding on.

This week I’m thinking about the bushfires, life drawing, a new ebook, Girl Rising, Frocktober, and creative notes. Bushfire I have seen the threat of bushfire glowing on the horizon a couple of times. The first time I was seven years old. I wandered across the road to a playground of a large park in [...] Read More

Frocktober 2013

Two years ago I joined in #Frocktober to raise funds and awareness about Ovarian Cancer Research. I didn’t have many frocks at the time and had to borrow a few to make it through 31 days of dresses! Since then I have been keeping an eye out for bargains so that I could do 31 [...] Read More

All I want for Christmas is a high pig tally

A little pig went wandering from World Vision Australia – along with the money he was collecting for kids living in poverty. Yes, someone took money from charity. Just. Like. That. In an attempt to recover the pig dubbed ‘Dennis’, the crew at World Vision have put a call out, asking for people to take pictures [...] Read More

The Power of We

Today is Blog Action Day and this year’s theme is “The Power of We”.  So I made up this little ditty.   Why is there power in US more than I? Together WE help, together WE try THEM becomes US, YOU becomes I A world of MEs cared for when WE meet their cry.   [...] Read More

Cheers to the truth tellers

I sat in the quietest of rooms at BlogHer12, stunned by the lack of attendees in a session hosted by some incredible women who have changed lives. Wow, that’s interesting. “It’s not interesting. It’s an issue.” replied the political commentator live-blogging behind me. Here I was at a conference with over 5000 bloggers all wanting [...] Read More

New York, a SuperAwesomeMicroProject and the Fish Slap

What a week! I’m just pausing now to catch my breath and the thought just occurred to me… …if I never started using Twitter, I never would have started blogging and I would never have imagined that one day I would be working for a blogger – let alone be heading to a conference in [...] Read More

Little Big acts of kindness (part 2)

A couple of weeks ago I shared some little big acts of kindness – stories told by bloggers about actions taken to make a difference.  Here are two more stories I really wanted to share with you. Enjoy! ***** Simply Generous About 13 years ago, we moved into a house in Mackay with three boys [...] Read More

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