Recently I was told of a young girl who follows my blog and loves all we do, but had a real issue with the name of the blog. It’s not the first time I have encounted this issue and as a proud feminist, it might seem really off with my values which I freely share.…Continue Reading
I was contacted recently by a women who was working her way into her construction company with her partner. She was feeling as though the staff were less than respectful to her and her position within the company. This is a common complaint from women in construction, something I felt myself at one time. It…Continue Reading
I meet with many women at the beginning of their journey in business, and most if not all ask about adding value to their construction business. Whether it be as the partner to a tradie, a builder or in the retail sector there is so much we can do to become a valuable part of…Continue Reading
One the most stressful parts of having your house for sale, is keeping your house tidy in between inspections. The constant pressure to keep everything ready as though a buyer might walk through at any moment is a crazy and unnecessary stress that I am here to tell you how to avoid.
How To Keep Your…Continue Reading
12 months ago today, we were opening our Queenslander home to thousands of people we had not yet met, and allowing them to tour through our home as a part of the Great Houses of Ipswich program, fast forward to today, and early this morning I began preparing myself to appear as a guest on…Continue Reading
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We’ve had a stressful start to the year and for a while there, were neglecting our health, so we’ve been on a quest recently to ensure we get the little things right, like drinking plenty of water.
Water is essential for the survival of every living creature. In fact,…Continue Reading
Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and the perfect time to support my love of shopping and my passion for small business. The Builder and I made a choice 7 years ago as we were planning our wedding, that moving forward, we would support small business and only spend our money where service was valued highly.…Continue Reading