Alison’s approach to storytelling is unpredictable, personal and chaotic: liberally and enthusiastically sprinkled with humour, sarcasm, lots of love, a touch of exaggeration and plenty of self proclaimed wit.
This means that not all of what goes on in her head can be classified as work related and she has built up a profile writing, speaking and volunteering about things she is supports.
Talking about everything from housework to human rights.
It’s observation. It’s commentary. It’s opinion.
It’s just a blog. A blog about everything.
News.com.au: We are all the lady in the hijab
Champagne Cartel: 10 hilarious ways to increase your incidental exercise
Champagne Cartel: What the hell is wrong with nice?
Facebook: Safe Online Spaces
Champagne Cartel: 10 women you should be following online
Champagne Cartel: What can you do to help refugees?
Champagne Cartel: Women who are changing the world for a living
Champagne Cartel: Why you need to ask somebody if they are OK
Champagne Cartel: 50 ways to make sure your staycation is better than a holiday
Champagne Cartel: Champagne Broads 2016 – women who kicked butt in 2016
The Hoopla: Should the G20 protests be polite?
The Hoopla: Quite Trite
Junkee: Life Lessons from Sharknado 2
Practical Parenting: Do we post too much online?