In Case You’re Wondering, These Are Our Favourite Mums to Follow on TikTok

Their names are hard to keep straight, but they will keep you between the lines and even brake for you. And more tech is coming.

When buying a new car it’s easy to get bamboozled by so-called “specs”. There’s so much jargon it’s difficult to know what’s important: From cylinders, displacement, kilowatts, torque, transmission and cargo volume to turning circle. Throw in an array of acronyms — like ESC, ABS, AEB, LSS to BSM — and it’s no wonder many of us throw up our hands when purchasing a new vehicle, and say: “Whatevs. I’ll just buy the red car”.

It pays, however, to know your car’s safety features. They not only help you, the driver, survive a crash, but hopefully avoid one altogether.

So, here are some terms and tech you shouldn’t overlook when buying a new vehicle.

The Healthy Ways to Get Your Children Back into Routine Post Covid

Their names are hard to keep straight, but they will keep you between the lines and even brake for you. And more tech is coming.

When buying a new car it’s easy to get bamboozled by so-called “specs”. There’s so much jargon it’s difficult to know what’s important: From cylinders, displacement, kilowatts, torque, transmission and cargo volume to turning circle. Throw in an array of acronyms — like ESC, ABS, AEB, LSS to BSM — and it’s no wonder many of us throw up our hands when purchasing a new vehicle, and say: “Whatevs. I’ll just buy the red car”.

It pays, however, to know your car’s safety features. They not only help you, the driver, survive a crash, but hopefully avoid one altogether.

So, here are some terms and tech you shouldn’t overlook when buying a new vehicle.

How To Harness Imposter Syndrome And Make It Work For (Not Against) You

So, you’ve made it, you’ve given birth (congratulations) and now you’re in the new phase of parenthood… Sleep-deprived, washing baby vomit off your favourite jumpers and changing SO MANY NAPPIES.

Being a new parent is exhilarating, and while bringing you so much joy, it can also be terrifying at the same time. There is SO MUCH advice out there for new mums it’s hard to know where to start. A simple search of ‘parenting books’ on Amazon will give you over 60,000 results, sheesh, so much advice – which brings us back to our main thought, so much advice, so little time.

So, we thought we’d do the hard yards for you and compile a little list that will cover some of the topics you might be facing right now to save you time, and get you back to your baby that is bound to wake up any second now…

The Best Parenting Books That Deserve A Spot On Your Beside Table

So, you’ve made it, you’ve given birth (congratulations) and now you’re in the new phase of parenthood… Sleep-deprived, washing baby vomit off your favourite jumpers and changing SO MANY NAPPIES.

Being a new parent is exhilarating, and while bringing you so much joy, it can also be terrifying at the same time. There is SO MUCH advice out there for new mums it’s hard to know where to start. A simple search of ‘parenting books’ on Amazon will give you over 60,000 results, sheesh, so much advice – which brings us back to our main thought, so much advice, so little time.

So, we thought we’d do the hard yards for you and compile a little list that will cover some of the topics you might be facing right now to save you time, and get you back to your baby that is bound to wake up any second now…

How To Turn Your Ambitions Into Reality

Aussie TV Presenter Liv Phyland has a genuine passion for promoting and fostering positive health and wellness in teen girls. Before getting her first job in TV 11 years ago, Liv completed an Undergraduate Degree in Psychology and then became a Qualified Health Coach after studying with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. During her years on ABC3 and The Loop, Liv was inundated with messages concerning well-being. Issues including; eating disorders, mental illness, stress, study, work-life balance and more. It was then Liv and her BFF Teigan Nash, set out on a mission to help equip females with the tools and confidence they need to navigate these, at times, extremely challenging but formative years. With that… Girls Who Glow was born!

The Practical Steps We Can All Take to Rebalance The Mental Load

Relaxed young woman sitting on the floor at home listening to music

Running a household doesn’t only involve scrubbing bathrooms, cooking meals and folding laundry. The act of organising, planning and remembering to do these tasks is an enormous job in itself.

The mental load is a concept that’s risen in prominence in recent years, and with good reason. The cognitive strain of keeping track of a never-ending to-do list is a gendered burden that continues to be lumped on women.

So, what are the impacts of the mental load on outcomes for women? And, most importantly, what practical steps can we take at home, at work and at a policy level to redress this gendered inequality?

20 Things We Learned in 2020

Two best friends having fun in the park

2021 is not the year for doing New Year’s resolutions. We’ve all been through enough introspection and that has led us to embrace the fact that we are all fabulous JUST THE WAY WE ARE. We tore down and rebuilt ourselves emotionally, mentally and physically too many times to count in the past 10 months, that in 2021 we are giving ourselves a break. But some positives came from the isolation; the world was forced to slow down, to readjust, to re-evaluate.

The Stella Women Series Featuring Moo Baulch

The Stella team met Moo and some of her colleagues from WAGEC a couple of months ago and there were immediately synergies between their goal to end gender-based violence in a generation and what we at Stella are committed to achieving as a business.

Stella was born to be more than just an insurer; we believe that we can make meaningful change through education, support and empowerment that will give women the tools they need to make informed choices and amplify women’s voices for generations to come. We’re delighted to be able to use our voice in promoting WAGEC’s work to drive positive social change and help them to shine a light on the underlying structural causes of domestic and family violence, homelessness and gender inequality.

45 Women Have Died This Year from Violence. We Refuse to Keep Letting History Repeat Itself.

Three mixed races women with their back turned embracing each other. They wear a white dress

In 2019 we lost 63 women, in 2018 it was 71 and in 2017 it was 55. With six weeks left of 2020, it is inevitable the 2020 numbers will undoubtedly continue to rise.

On Monday morning Celeste Manno, just 23, was murdered in her family home by a man she worked with, her mother was home at the time of the attack, but it is reported there was nothing she could do to save her daughter… Celeste is the 45th known victim of violence against women in Australia in this year.

The Stella Women Series Featuring Leah Scott

Aussie TV Presenter Liv Phyland has a genuine passion for promoting and fostering positive health and wellness in teen girls. Before getting her first job in TV 11 years ago, Liv completed an Undergraduate Degree in Psychology and then became a Qualified Health Coach after studying with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. During her years on ABC3 and The Loop, Liv was inundated with messages concerning well-being. Issues including; eating disorders, mental illness, stress, study, work-life balance and more. It was then Liv and her BFF Teigan Nash, set out on a mission to help equip females with the tools and confidence they need to navigate these, at times, extremely challenging but formative years. With that… Girls Who Glow was born!

Domestic And Mental Health Issues Are On The Rise… Here Are The Stats And The Ways You Can Help.

Mental health is already a huge issue in Australia with one in five Aussies aged 16-85 experiencing a mental illness in any year. Around 3,000 people die by suicide in Australia each year, making suicide the leading cause of death in Australia between people 15 – 44 and experts are warning suicide rates will continue to rise due to the economic and social impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Best Apps, Stella Approved to Help you Sleep After a Stressful Day

Above shot of a beautiful middle aged woman lying on the mat on the floor at home, relaxing, listening to music on her mobile phone

So, you’ve made it, you’ve given birth (congratulations) and now you’re in the new phase of parenthood… Sleep-deprived, washing baby vomit off your favourite jumpers and changing SO MANY NAPPIES.

Being a new parent is exhilarating, and while bringing you so much joy, it can also be terrifying at the same time. There is SO MUCH advice out there for new mums it’s hard to know where to start. A simple search of ‘parenting books’ on Amazon will give you over 60,000 results, sheesh, so much advice – which brings us back to our main thought, so much advice, so little time.

So, we thought we’d do the hard yards for you and compile a little list that will cover some of the topics you might be facing right now to save you time, and get you back to your baby that is bound to wake up any second now…