At iVillage we’re passionate about supporting Australian bloggers. That’s why we’ve created iBlog Friday.
It’s a chance for bloggers to introduce their favourite post of the week to iVillage readers and for our community to read what Aussie writers are up to.
Here are the bloggers who have sent their submissions this week. Happy reading!
In the past week Son #2 (nearly 14 months old now) has fully mastered the art of walking. This has resulted in a significant increase in incidents of injury (currently bruises to his shins, knees, cheek, head and arms create an alarming rainbow of healing) and a drastic decrease in my ability to get anything done (including, but not limited to, writing hilarious and insightful blogs).
Read the rest of Rebecca's post here.
Read the rest of Lisa's post here.
However the biggest change for us not throwing away food as been to get chickens! Yes, yes, I had to weave a mention of our crazy chickens in here somewhere! We throw away very little food now we have chickens – they eat most things, and what they don’t want we give to our worm farm or our compost. The only food we don’t “recycle” are meat scraps (although the chickens do get some). We also get a massive box of veggie scraps from our local fruit and veg shop every week to feed our girls, so we are also helping them reduce their waste.
Read the rest of Mel's post here.
Watching Julia Gillard's interview with Anne Summers the other night was great. Not only did I get to see two of my heroes have a discussion about sexism but I also got to hear Gillard discuss her political career. For any young left wing feminist it was probably an awesome thing to see, but I couldn't help but feel that something was missing.
Read the rest of Eloise's post here.