We have some pretty hard girl crushes. These are the types of ladies that stamp their style on the world. They are the type of people that will always be remembered and little girls grow up wanting to be. They are women of substance. Women that make the world a better place. Happy Girl Crush Tuesday everybody.
Today we are saluting the brilliantly clever, wonderfully friendly Edwina Bartholomew.
Edwina is a journalist and TV presenter who studied locally at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst. Edwina lights up TV screens across the country and is well known for her approachability and sense of humour.
Edwina can be found on various shows for channel Seven including Sunrise, Sunday Night and The Morning Show. She is the bright and bubbly face delivering some of the most important news across the Country.
Edwina is down to earth, funny and informative. She shows all little girls that hard work and a good attitude with take you just about anywhere in the world.
So here’s to you Edwina, thanks for being our girl crush Tuesday!
Images: Freshawards, HeraldSun, NewsCorp, Seven
Are you in charge of the New Years Eve celebrations this year?
Funny photo props are the EASIEST way to get people in a good mood, having fun and just chillaxing!
The awesome team at Be A Fun Mum have generously shared some mad free printables to make your party just a little bit more exciting!
All you need is a printer, some light cardboard (or photo paper) some sticks and some glue!
As it (FINALLY) is starting to warm up and you can smell the very possiblity of spring it is time to start thinking about your outdoor escapes.
I have found the bestest (it’s a word, I assure you, just don’t ask Mrs Franks my year 8 English Teacher) mod concrete planter ever! It’s cute and modern and fantastic.
Made by the clever kids at Very Fine South it has some real spunk!
Available on Etsy for only $28.71 its a steal!
Happy gardening Nesters!
Local photographer Aimee Cook is making a difference. She is making a stand against the norm and celebrating the smiles of some very special little children.
Her latest project ‘Beautiful You’ is moving, strong and remarkably generous.
You can check it out on her blog -> Aimee Cook ‘Beautiful You’.
The first life she captured as part of the project just happens to be one of our favourite little Nesters, Darius. You can find his story here -> ‘Special Needs a mother’s story’
The Nest salutes Aimee for taking the time to create such a beautiful project.