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Filed Under:Lifestyle / Parenting
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Archived Since:July 23, 2010

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Photo Walk Prompts

You can do this anywhere! On a holiday, at a park, in the city or around the streets of your home. It’s a great way to explore and use technology in a fun way. I call it a Photo Walk Treasure Hunt.  Essentially, I map out a short route and the kids and I look for things […]

Thermomix Wraps Recipe

  This is a recipe given to me by Kylie.  She’s been tweaking recipes trying to get the perfect wrap and finally she nailed it and is sharing it here! She often fills them with nachos mince and her kids love them. Great for dinner or the lunch box. Ingredients 2 cups of plain flour1/2 teaspoon of […]

Do You Want to Build a (Box) Snowman?

It wasn’t planned, but we seem to be decorating our home with a real winter theme this Christmas. First it was the warm woollen tree, then it was the glittery snowballs and today, three empty boxes lying around inspired my 10 year old to build a snowman! She really loves the construction process…planning out the materials […]

Washi Tape Christmas Decorations

Sponsored by 3M   This is the sort of activity that can bring a lot of value to family life. The paper decorations are so simple and easy to make so everyone in the family can get involved in the creation process. Here are ways you can use these decorations: Ideas Turn it into an […]

Low Care Pot Plant for the Front Door

I really adore a lush pot plant situated at the front door, it always makes me smile. However, my many attempts to create a similar oasis have been a dismal failure. But I know why I fail, I simply forget to water. It’ s that old saying ‘Out of sight, out of mind’, being situated […]

Dubai Safari

This Bloggerati Getaway is proudly sponsored by Dubai Tourism I looked out to an ocean of sand with rippled waves of rolling dunes. Sky and sand: everywhere. The terrain was spotted with the odd scrub or two. On one side of me, I watched the sun slip down, and in its wake, coloured light spread […]

Look Up: Dubai Skyline

When I travel to different places in the world, I look at the skyline. I think you can tell a lot about a place from looking up. I did it in India, and in Laos, and now I’m here in Dubai. In the week I’ve been in Dubai, I’ve experienced so much it’s mind boggling! Last […]

Raspberry & White Chocolate Cheesecake

Another great festive recipe from Amanda from Simple Home Cook   Cheesecake is one of my favourite desserts and this one is a keeper. It is easy to make and even easier to eat since it is a slice rather than a huge cake.   The Oreo base compliments the raspberries and white chocolate and the […]

What Families Can Do in Dubai

This Bloggerati Getaway is proudly sponsored by Dubai Tourism I hadn’t thought about Dubai as a travel destination for family before.  And yet, I’ve only been in Dubai for two days so far, and I long for my kids to share some of these experience this with me. There are so many cool things for […]

Dubai City Travel Set

I harnessed some of the great things about Dubai for families in a travel sized paper play set. This set is great for school projects, school holiday play or travel. Simply print the PDF file (either in colour or black and white), cut and fold.  Set contains Burj Khalif Burj Al Arab Camels x 2 […]

Cupcake Christmas Tree Decoration

This is pretty much all you need to make two awesome Christmas decorations.  DECORATION 1: SNOWBALLS Materials Styrofoam balls, various sizes Epsom Salts Clear, shimmery glitter Tacky glue  Method Combine the Epsom Salts and the white sparkly glitter in a bowl Paint the craft glue all over the Styrofoam balls. Use a cup or glass to […]

Coffee is like a little holiday

Sponsored by Piazza D’Oro and Nuffnang I have been on a bit of a journey of discovery in the last few months, visiting local (and not so local) Piazza D’Oro cafes as part of the 2014 Barista of the Year Campaign. The victor has been decided: Congratulations to Marius Beullens from Margot Espresso in Sydney. […]

How to be Dad, When I’m Hardly There

Guest post by my husband, Matthew   I work…a lot, not out of choice, but necessity. I do love my job, it is mentally challenging, professionally satisfying, and it pays the bills. My wife and 4 children: they have sacrificed much for this career, my career, but not so much as this year. Work this year […]

Christmas Gift Tag Printables

Here are some free Christmas gift tags to help cheery up your Christmas wrapping! Just click on the picture below for the printable PDF file or click here: Christmas Gift Tags. These are best printed on light A4 card or A4 matte photo paper.

French Inspired Fashion for Kids

I receive a lot of emails from various sources about products, brands and launches.  This one caught my eye and I thought it worth sharing because the clothes go up right up to size 14 (it’s so hard to find beautiful clothes for that age group!) and the range have a classic (yet still functional) look about […]

Easy Children’s Christmas Table

Brought to you by Nuffnang and BIG W How to Create a Fun Children’s Christmas Table Christmas is a time for family and celebration. There’s wonderful opportunity to establish family traditions that are enjoyed and remembered for years to come. Last year I worked with BIG W in the lead up to Christmas to give heaps of […]

Sunflower Seed Bomb Gifts & Party Favours

  Have you ever made seed bombs before? Do you know what they are? I have to admit I didn’t when Renee from About the Gardening Magazine told me about them…and now I do, and they are so easy to make and so cool.   There’s nothing more fun then gifting a garden full of […]

Cute Santa Card – with Milk & Cookies

Brought to you by 3M (S1 Post) If you’re anything like me, Christmas Eve means I’m usually up late organising things for the next day. I want to show you just how EASY and quick it is to put together an adorable little set up for Santa on Christmas Eve using Scotch® Expressions Tape.  I’ve […]

Tween/Teen: Easy Party Favour Idea

My daughter turned 11 on the weekend.  I keep party favours (thank you gifts to her friends) super simple. I found packs of glitter pens on a great special and then just taped  lollipop on the case with decorative Washi tape. So easy and cute (and everyone seemed to love them)! There’s an interesting conversation […]

The Story of the Clarinet in the Brown Case

I learned the clarinet at primary school and continued to play in the band at high school.  I wasn’t particularly talented, but I enjoyed being part of a band and making music.  When I started working as a teen, I decided to save up and upgrade my plastic-y student instrument to a nice wooden one. […]

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