Belinda Butler is the author of one of my favourite play focused blogs Everyday Play. Belinda is a qualified kindergarten teacher and the mother of two young children. Late last year Belinda posted about a booklet she had written with a friend of hers called “Early Learners Games and Activities“. I love the activities Belinda […]

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At the start of the school year I always feel like I am just hemorrhaging cash, term fees for dance, kinder gym, new school clothes etc etc. So for March’s Children’s Activities my focus is on free or cheap kids activities, that will be more helpful to those of us on a budget. Note: This […]

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Sponsored by Nuffnang. I wish I had known about Telstra’s Digital Mum program a few months ago. Even though I had been blogging for a couple of years and Twittering for a year, I hadn’t joined facebook. Then in June last year, in the lead up and aftermath of my 20 years school union (please […]

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This week’s is the fourth part of the 7 Essentials for Guilt-Free Living for Business Mothers Series and it is about hormones. Recent research shows that as we juggle multiple roles trying to ‘have it all’ some women’s testosterone levels are reaching masculine levels. By following men up the corporate ladders, or matching them on […]

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Moroccan Minted Beef

This recipe is based of one from a Meals In Minutes Cookbook by Australian Women’s Weekly. So needless to say it is a pretty quick one to cook. If you are used to traditional Moroccan food, this recipe would need a bit of revving up. It has a subtle flavour which I find my children […]

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1st Birthday Party Ideas

Towards the end of January our beautiful little boy turned one! Even though babies don’t really understand the idea of a birthday party and are happy with very little fuss, I have always liked to celebrate our children’s first birthday in part to recognise our achievement as parents, making it successfully through the first year […]

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