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Courtney Robinson

Courtney Robinson combines over 12 years' experience in marketing management with publishing expertise in national youth, lifestyle and corporate titles. Courtney has created highly succesful national and international brands across a broad range of industries but her best two creations are her children, Mackenzie and Asher.

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More than Words by Sophie Guidolin

Just dropped! Sophie Guidolin's new book, More than Words, available for pre-sale now. This new release by Gold Coast author, mama of four, fitness inspo and nutritionist Sophie Guidolin branches out from the best-selling wholefoods recipe books she is renowned for, in a celebration of positivity and gratitude. A collection of 90 motivational quotes and thoughts, More than Words promises to inspire and empo ...

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Making Mealtimes Fun for the Whole Family

Now that the school holidays are over and back-to-school is well underway, the relaxed picnic dinners of summer make way for “proper” meals and structured mealtimes. Which can create a perfect opportunity for transitioning your toddler to family meals. But if the thought of smooshed food on the floor, temper tantrums and fussy foodies exhausts you, take heart (and some tips!) from innovative baby brand Gizm ...

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Game-Changers // The Collective Palm Beach

You’d have to have been hiding under a rock (or perhaps a mountain of Christmas gift wrap?) not to know about the opening of The Collective Palm Beach last month. Celebrating Boxing Day with a game-changing take on Gold Coast dining, The Collective has taken the city by storm, with sell-out days and nights the norm. We got the inside scoop from Co-Founder and Director, Jeremy Davidson, on how this gem of an ...

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Switching Off // Strategies for Surviving Stress

If your New Year’s resolutions have fallen by the wayside, your holiday feels have evaporated, or the back-to-school chaos is ruining your vibe, you need to Switch Off. In this new book, Switch Off by occupational therapist and author Angela Lockwood, you’ll learn practical tips and tricks to re-energise and refocus. Drawing upon years of experience working with both individuals and organisations, Angela sh ...

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Golden Days for Girls // Confidence Workshop for Tweens/Teens

Between Snapchat and Instagram, body image and boys, navigating the tricky waters of tween/teendom is tough – for girls and their parents. The Golden Days workshop by Chase the Sun is custom-made for creating confidence, self-love and wellness, and it’s on next week. We spoke to Director Amy Farrow to get the lowdown on this unique school holiday workshop. As a youth worker in schools and the child protecti ...

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Summer Reads

School’s out for summer! But don’t let the littlies drop their reading over the holidays – continued practice means an easier transition back to the school year next January . . . and what better time to let imaginations run wild with new stories and adventures which can then be acted out in those long summer days? So much more than “just” reading, a love for stories translates to creative writing, drawing, ...

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Custom Christmas Gift Combines Literacy with Kid-Friendly Tech

Melbourne-based brand TinyMe has a cute and custom Christmas gift idea to stand out under the tree – augmented reality children’s books! Combining a love of reading with the tech interest of an app, TinyMe brings the book’s characters to life with music and sound effects. And the app can also read the story to your child – hellooooo holiday car trip entertainment solution! TinyMe’s latest release, The Amazi ...

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Mums’ Night Out

Mums, you’ve made it! Another year down, another term of lost property, last-minute homework frenzies and project preparation done and dusted. While the kids are winding down from school and making Santa lists, it’s time for a mums’ night out. Where to go? Check out our Five Fave venues for a girls’ get-together – from ladies’ lunch to relaxed Sunday sesh, we’ve got something for you and your tribe. Cheers! ...

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Kids Playing Unsupervised

How young is too young? At what age would you let your child venture outside unsupervised? It’s a contentious issue – on one hand, you want to allow your child to experience independence and the liberty to play unsupervised. On the other hand – hello, safety concerns! With Christmas holidays looming, it’s a hot topic for all parents. A new survey has found that the most common age to let children venture ou ...

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Carving ‘Me Time’ Before Christmas

How’s your list going? You know, the list – the end of year list. That behemoth of a ‘To Do’ list that starts out all nice and festive (order the Christmas ham, make a wishlist of Santa gifts) and ends up a nightmarish Encyclopaedia Britannica of odd jobs, errands, school concerts, break-ups and gift-sourcing that never seems to end. Santa’s Naughty & Nice List has got nothing on the end of year invento ...

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