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Biography in a nutshell
Mother to 3 children, Sophie 7, Gabriella 4 and Nicholas 2. Wife to Mr Nutshell the IT guru. Living in the Sydney inside the aptly named 'fibro majestic'. I am on a constant quest for enlightenment, a happy marriage and balancing the urge to drink wine when I should be drinking tea. In my former life I was a Human Resources exec. Currently I am learning to make string art and do at least one burpee without collapsing. Very special indeed. Are you sold yet? No not really? Want to know more for stalking and assessment purposes? It's here in the about section.
My Big Nutshell's primary audience is 25-50 year old women with children. Topics range from thought provoking posts on parenting, marriage and the inner woman finding her own personal growth to humourous accounts of life with children. The blog content is broad including home organisation, recipes and also my passion 'mental health' where frank posts about the importance of looking after yourself are written. Good photography also features with recent additions to the blog of finding ones own 'style' through interior design and fashion. Micro blogging is regularly done on Instagram incorporating these focus areas.
Review and experiential posts are published occasionally when the right fit for my personal endorsement and audience preferences comes along. Advertising may also be available.
I love cooking, interior design, mental health topics, fitness, activities with kids, wine, party planning, upcycled furniture and accessories, photography, volunteering, organising social gatherings, making my marriage strong and meeting new people (those two shouldn't be listed together). I am also good at doing origami with my post baby belly. Told you I was special!
Act now and I'll go up to the woggy deli and buy you some awesome woggy knives, your tomatoes will never be cut the same again.
Ok, how was that?