The day kids move out of home can bring great joy and trepidation (but mostly joy) for offspring and parents alike. For the kids there’s newfound freedoms and challenges in everyday activities like balancing budgets, cleaning things, cooking food, maintaining relationships and finding their place in the big, wide world. For parents, it’s just newfound freedoms. Here are some books that offer stepping stones between adolescence and adult life.
A practical guide for preparing to enter the property market
For younger readers, the companion to Stephanie Alexander’s classic work, The Cook’s Companion: destined to be another go-to cookbook for families across Australia.
Want to make a change but don’t know where to start? The practical thirty-day guide to radically reducing your waste by 80%, from waste warrior Anita Vandyke.
Break-ups suck but you don't have to suck at break-ups.
Living in smaller houses is a growing trend worldwide as land prices rise and people want to have a smaller ecological footprint and live with less stuff. Catherine Foster shows us 21 Australian examples under 90sqm.
The beautiful hardback edition of the multi-million copy international bestseller. Live in a clean and clutter-free home forever with the life-changing KonMari Method.
Four recent stories from steadfast interrogator of humanity’s greatest conflicts, Tom Keneally.
Behind-the-scenes stories, spoilers and scandals from the sets of our favourite films and television shows.