Dog lovers rejoice! This Friday, June 23rd is international ‘Take Your Dog to Work Day’ when employers are asked to open up their businesses to dogs to help promote the benefits of pet ownership and encourage animal adoption. Yes, this means your fur babies can rest under your chair while you work.
Australians, and in particular Queenslanders, are a pretty welcoming bunch. This Friday the 9th of June, is the 10th anniversary of the annual Luminous Lantern Parade in South Bank.… Read More
As the days become cooler, you may think it’s time to retreat inside and close the patio for the winter. Luckily, it is entirely possible to create an outdoor entertainment that you can enjoy every season of the year.… Read More
Hygge (pronounced hue-guh) is a Danish word used when acknowledging a moment or a feeling, whether you’re alone or with people, at home or out, ordinary or extraordinary as charming, cosy or special.
Learn how the art of feng shui can change the energy of your home and impact on your wellbeing.… Read More
The Million Paws Walk will be held this Sunday, 21st May. This event sees thousands of dogs dragging their humans out on a walk to raise vital funds for RSPCA and spread the word on ending animal cruelty. Last year, in Queensland alone, the Million Paws Walk attracted over 37,000 pets and their owners.… Read More
Let’s face it, a house move is never something people look forward to -there’s just so much to do between cleaning, organising and packing everything. Make your move easier by thinking ahead, packing ahead and creating a positive and organised moving system. This way, your transition into a new home will be much easier and more efficient.
This May, Brisbane is serving up a huge variety of amazing events and entertainment in a number of venues across this great city. This month is full of exciting festivals that will be enjoyed by everyone.
If you are new to gardening, growing your own vegetables and herbs is a great way to start. Vegetable gardening is one of the easiest forms of gardening and it’s so rewarding to eat what you’ve grown.