Pip Lincolne is a Melbourne dwelling writer and author and the Editor of JustB. She's penned 4 crafty books and is working on her 5th and 6th, in between writing her blog Meet Me at Mikes and hanging with her kids (she has 3!)
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Helen Razer is an occasional broadcaster, frequent writer and incessant yabber-pants. Follow her on twitter @HelenRazer or at Bad Hostess
Hello, I'm Sophie Hansen, a freelance writer and farmer (or at least married to one). Over the past 15 years I have worked as a features and food writer for a range of magazines from Australian Table to BBC Good Food. I spent a few years living in Northern Italy working for the Slow Food movement's Slow magazine and for the past six have lived here in Orange with my husband Tim and more recently, daughter Alice and son Thomas. On our farm we grow deer and then sell our venison at farmers markets. I recently started a blog called Local is Lovely, a collection of recipes and resources for people who love farmers and eating locally. Because it's lovely.
Kirsty is a wife, a mother & a friend. She lives in Melbourne with her family. Kirsty makes stuff & takes photos. You can find her at kootoyoo
Queensland based Liss Winnel writes Daydream Lily, a blog about beautiful things, must-haves and dreamy days. Liss is a total design and fashion buff. When she's not blogging she is taking photos, hugging her pup or hunting for cute vintage things to dot about her home. She's been blogging since 2008, is a Frankie Magazine favourite and has designed a couple of clothing ranges with local label Element, too.
Bianca Wordley is an Adelaide-based freelance writer, publisher of the successful blog, bigwords, and the mother of three girls under the age of six. She is a journalist and has worked for over a decade for national and international print and broadcast media organisations. When Bianca isn't writing and mothering, she is communicating with other like-minded social media addicts on Twitter and Facebook. She also has a penchant for reality television programs, gin and Maggie Beer pate. She dreams of relocating her family to the Amalfi Coast where she'd write books, eat fresh pasta, drink pinot and look out over the vineyards. Nothing wrong with a dream!
Chantelle Ellem is a blogger, photographer, mother and more. She's permanently connected to anything with an Apple icon on it. She works as a social media editor, but you can catch her on her blog, Fatmumslim.
The Moodie Foodie recipes are healthy. Most recipes have under 10 grams of fat so you can eat what you want, when you want... So whether it’s Chicken & Coriander Dumplings, Lovely Lasagne, Creamy Smoked Salmon Pasta, or a good Fudgy Brownie you feel like, you’ll find it all at The Moodie Foodie right now.
Emma Stirling is a nutritionist. writer and lady of awesome hair and positivity. She's also a Blog Ambassador for World Vision. Emma lives in Melbourne where she deals healthy life advice to smart gals like you (and smart fellas too!) Visit Emma at The Scoop On Nutrition.
Blogging and writing for the internet is the most fun Alex Brooks has had sitting in an office chair. She's written a coupla books, edited magazines and loves the online world, despite a nasty experience with an internet date.
The formerly fashionable NDM had three children and discovered that brown is the new black the hard way. The force behind the once-was-blog Not Drowning, Mothering, she now very occasionally writes for the sometimes-blog The NDM. In her spare time, she enjoys baking cakes, cyber-hassling advertising executives and collecting photos of unusual objects made out of paperclips.
Carly Findlay is a writer, blogger and TV presenter, making people think about the way appearance matters (or shouldn’t matter). She’s soon going to the UK to speak at a conference about appearance, and will also go to BlogHer in New York. She loves blogging, cooking, eating, seeing bands, expensive cheese, fashion and shopping, Darren Hayes and Callan Mulvey.
Raynor Blazely is a crocheteer (like a mouseketeer, but crochet; it’s a thing), knitter, crafter, blogger, instructor, writer, office drone, dreamer. He blogs at The Shy Lion.
Pottymouthmama's Lexi is the Sydney based mother of two rad kidlets. She works, tweets, blogs, pins and is advocate of the robot dance.
Hailey Bartholomew is an award winning photographer and film maker. She's also written, directed and filmed several award winning short films scooping four prizes at the Shootout Short Film Festival, Best Short Film at the Inspiration Short Film Festival, the Viewers Choice award in an ABC TV competition, the Audience Award at the Brooklyn International Kids Film Festival, USA and Best International Family Short at the Garden State Film Festival, USA. Yowzers! Hailey works alongside her husband Andrew and they both parent the very ace Poppy and Zali! Hailey's Photography : You Can't Be Serious Hailey's Grateful Project: 365Grateful Hailey's Kids' Positivity Project: I Like To Be Me
Cathy Olmedillas is the founder and Editor of the world's best kids' mag, Anorak Magazine. Cathy previously worked at The Face, loves Roald Dahl and is about to launch Anorak TV! Oh my!
Stacey is a vegetarian, mama, crochet lover, vintage collector, and a tea enthusiast. She blogs about delicious days and (sometimes) sleepless nights at Veggie Mama.
Nikki Parkinson Nikki was never allowed a Barbie doll as a child. Her politically correct mum thought Lego and Tonka trucks were more fitting. Now the Queensland-based blogger advises women what to wear for a living. The former journo and magazine editor manages an award-winning blog Styling You – offering real world fashion and beauty advice for busy women. Don’t tell anyone but she’s secretly a closet dag who likes nothing more than relaxing at home with her family but open a champagne bottle and she can have her heels on and hair done in minutes.
Jane Kennedy loves cooking and eating food, but she can’t eat whatever she wants because she gets FAT. She also really loves indulgent, comfort food but it doesn’t appear to love her bottom. Tired of boring quick-fix diets that didn’t work, Jane devised a way of eating that kept food tasty and full of flavour but low in ‘boombah’. In OMG! I can eat that?, all the food we love that’s normally a no-go zone in the calorie stakes has been de-boombahed and reworked. You’ll find treats like lasagne, pizza, fried rice, moussaka and other indulgent dishes including desserts — all given the ‘minus the boombah’ touch, making them delicious and guilt-free! Jane Kennedy began her career alongside comedy team The D-Generation on a number one breakfast FM show, and on television with the now classic The Late Show. She co-wrote, produced, directed, and starred as the ruthless reporter Brooke Vandenberg, in Frontline, a satire about the current affairs industry. Jane was the co-producer of the movies The Dish and, the film recently voted Australia’s favourite of all time, The Castle. She continues to work behind the scenes at Working Dog as Casting Director on shows such as The Hollowmen and Thank God You’re Here. Jane lives in Melbourne and, clearly taking her commitment to comedy too far, she and partner Rob Sitch have five children. Her website is minustheboombah.com
I can be found in the laundry, folding laundry, sorting laundry and dropping off the dry cleaning. I am mum to two boys, boss of my husband and master of a cat and two guinea pigs. Come nightfall, I watch TV while tweeting which drives Mr Woog insane. I blog daily at www.woogsworld.com I like to read cookbooks and eat out. During my waking hours I ferry kids around in the Mazda while drinking takeaway coffees.
Born in London and raised in a very small house in Kent, England, Sarah, her husband, three children and goldfish now call Sydney, Australia home. An advocate for winging it and not worrying about perfection, she shares her projects, decorating ideas and ways to achieve a comfortable and casual home without spending a fortune. Find Sarah at A Beach Cottage.