Flashmo and the
Passing
of Time

Many moons ago when I was struggling to fall pregnant, someone told me of a couple they knew who was in the same predicament. They told me that they bought a dog and shortly after, fell pregnant.

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Spending time in the house of calm

I spent the Christmas break with my extended family in Auckland for about three weeks. It was your typical Christmas. I drank loads, read books and got fat. Standard. But something else happened. I got to hang out with my sister in […]

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I Actually Find Parenting Really Easy

Yesterday a friend got in touch and sent me the most absurd message. “How do you keep it together and do so well as a mum?”

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What even is privilege?

The Real Housewives of Sydney is a show everyone loves to hate. One of the housewives, Nicole, tells the other housewives that she walks her children to the back of the aeroplane to show them the horrors of the peasants flying in economy […]

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The Day I
Finally Realised
That Having a Baby
Changed Me

When I was 24 years old, I made the obligatory trip over to the UK to have my “Australian in London” experience. I had set off with the same hopes that most Aussies and Kiwis do. Set myself up in London, work, […]

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A Healthy Dose of Mediocrity

Last Wednesday I celebrated International Women’s Day at an event put on by the fabulous crew at Champagne Cartel. They had a bunch of great speakers who all pretty much shared the same message…be yourself! It got me thinking back to the […]

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Letter To My Childless-Self

When I was living in Sydney I would go to the Archibald exhibition every year and gaze into the minds of brilliant artists through their portraiture. I will never forget one year when I stumbled across a forlorn teenage girl on a […]

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Self Care is Totally a Thing.

I read an article a while back about the narcissism of our younger generation. The writer implied that any hyphenated word starting with self should be abandoned by society and we should stop being so egotistic. I kind of agreed with her. […]

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Every Parent Needs a Lachy

On Valentines Day in the year 2000 I met my best mate Lachy at Charles Sturt University. He lived in the dorm downstairs from mine (represent Heath Towers). In 16 years we have supported each other through relationship break ups, moving houses/states/countries, […]

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