The Cost of Tomorrow

So, tomorrow is the big day kids. Election day. Now you know for yours truly this is like Christmas, complete with the stress of all the parties, shopping, preparations and potential for emotional carnage. But boy, this is so much more important than Christmas. And that’s what I want to talk about today.  The cost of this election is tomorrow. It is about the sort of … [Read More...]

Why do you live where you live?

I like to spend a part of my sleep time awake, thinking about things. It can be anything, nothing is too bizarre or mundane. Things like why do I have to still … [Read More...]

Running with Cows

Last year I purchased a pair of leopard print loafers from Country Road. They are possibly the most amazingly comfortable shoes I have ever owned. These shoes are … [Read More...]

Ugly Crying and other things

This week there was ugly crying, there is more information on the Woog Berry Correctional Facility Period Scale, tales of pork and a potential crossroads in footwear … [Read More...]

The Sandwich Generation

On the weekend I went along to a gathering of gals who graduated in the class of 1991. Oh, a school reunion can send many folks running for the hills! Dredging up … [Read More...]

Attack of the Self Licking Ice Cream

Pollie Waffle, our underground political reporter, writes exclusively for WoogsWorld. Aren't we lucky to have her? But hopefully not for much linger as the worlds … [Read More...]

WTF is an acronym?

Teenagers have always been strange, frightening and mysterious. I have thought this when I was a kid, during my teenage years and now, as I try to navigate the … [Read More...]

Pollie’s Preppers guide: how to survive the election.

Pollie Waffle, our main woman in the political know, is at it again. This week, she advises us on the best way to survive the election. We find ourselves, dear … [Read More...]

On staying classy

I only became aware of different classes in society when I learnt about serfdom at primary school. You see, a Lord would lend a plot of land to a serf, who would … [Read More...]

How to treat cystic acne

I am not sure where you are reading this blog from, but if you are a fellow Sydneysider, you would be coming to the end of a glorious Easter Long Weekend, … [Read More...]

Are you being served?

I am a reformed shopper. Years ago, you could not keep me from a shopping centre, as I fingered all the fabrics and tried on all the shoes. I could spend a whole day … [Read More...]

You get better

I first met Jessica Rowe at a book launch and we became firm friends straight away. She is a rare bird, being able to re-invent herself after getting knocked down. A … [Read More...]

Adulting 101

Sponsored by Bupa When I was little, all I wanted to be was big. I couldn’t wait to grow up and take on the world. I know I wasn’t the only one, as we played … [Read More...]

Electric Vehicles, Dead Cats and the Circus

Our intrepid reporter Polly Waffle has admitted to me that she is "forlorn over the politics in this country." but has still taken the time for the best "non-spin" … [Read More...]


As someone who works in social media, I have seen so many changes over the past dozen or so years, and I haven't really moved with them. I am all about the words, … [Read More...]

Taking the Poodle to the Groomers

This week I went to my hairdresser. I am in the process of growing my hair out a little but and I was looking rather bedraggled. My hair was discussed with regards … [Read More...]

Pollie Waffle on the 2019 Budget

Our lovely friend Pollie Waffle is back this week, and despite being hit with the flu, she has dragged herself from her bed to her couch to give you her un-biased … [Read More...]