60-something widow Cheryl moved in with her single neighbour, Jennifer, so they could rent out one of their apartments to make money. It’s now been over a year and the ladies are still roomies and feel as carefree as ever, loving life and enjoying each other’s company.
Need some respite from the heat? You might love this blueberry icebox pie – think a crumbly biscuit base, creamy pillows of ice-cream filling, topped with lovely plump blueberries. Find the recipe in our new Summer issue. It's the ultimate summer sweet treat!
You are what u bring! GET ur costume ready as we've got a huge BYO Cup Day comp comin' ur way!😉🍧 Head down to Sevs on March 7 with your cup matched outfit for a chance to WIN a $500 Visa card and x10 spot prizes throughout the day!! To enter, snap, share and hashtag #BYOCUPDAY.🎉🎉🎉
*Competition entries valid from 12.00am until 11.59pm on 7th March, 2017
-> YOU @jarydcachia. Adjusting to newborn life all over again has been a breezeeeeee with you 💕 super dooper hands on daddies for the win! What does your partner do to make you melt? Jaryd currently wakes with me in the night if I have to feed and checks if i need any help, a drink, pillow, anything at all. He then wakes again to get her back to sleep again. ✔️ #teamcachia
Hayley our Head PT at Greenzone Warwick lost a bet and is paying up. We bet 12 eggs to be eaten raw. She lost and was not happy. I reduced it to 6. Still not happy. So I said 3 on live FB . Agreed. Still not happy hahahahaha let's see how it goes!!!
With its spacious, clean, sunlit rooms and colourful decorations, this World Vision Child-Friendly Space in Lebanon, offers a stark contrast to the tent settlements where these Syrian refugee children live. Beginning the day with singing, dancing and painting, this space is not only helping these children deal with the trauma they’ve experienced, but also creating a safe environment where children can learn, play and be kids. Learn more about why child friendly spaces are so important for families fleeing conflict: http://wva.me/Child-friendly-spaces
For days I've been so confused by this HEART message going around on FB. Apparently it's meant to remind us to check our breasts. Really? Do we need to be coy about the message that women must check their breasts? Can we not just remind each other to CHECK YOUR BREASTS. Do ALL your cancer checks - pap smears, bowel cancer tests if you're at that age, check your skin for moles.......do all the things like the grown ups we are. That's the message we should be sharing, loud and proud. No need to be cutesy and emoji-ish about it surely......... Am I missing something here? Being too bah-humbug? Am I just jet lagged and impatient? I'm all in favour of awareness but how is a heart a message? I'm seeing more confusion than awareness.....