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Brooke Chenoweth

Brooke grew up in rural Australia and spent most of her early days running around barefoot, playing dress-up and perfecting her mud pie recipe. After high school, Brooke hightailed it out of town and went off to university in the “city,” where she discovered the world, literally and figuratively. Some quirks of fortune, a few hurdles and several years later, Brooke found herself married and moving to Hong Kong in 2007. After a brief stint as an English teacher, she discovered that blogging and freelance writing fulfilled all of her potential career wishes while allowing her to stay at home in her pyjamas with her gorgeous little boys. While dressing up is a rare treat these days, she still enjoys going barefoot, and now makes mud pies with her sons.

How does your garden grow?

In a city like Hong Kong, with little space available, most of the food we eat is imported, and it can often travel great...

Love without borders

Love without Borders
When two people fall in love and commit to spending the rest of their lives together, they’re inevitably joining two previously separate lives. In...

Breastfeeding and the city

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that, worldwide, fewer than 40 per cent of infants under six months old are exclusively breastfed. In Hong...

Got milk?

Many women are able to breastfeed for a year or longer. Others give up after attempting it, finding it either too difficult or too...

Dyslexia demystified Part 2 – Understanding the Impact

Understanding the impact Dyslexia affects each child differently, and the impact it has on their learning, social development and home life depends greatly on the...

Dyslexia Demystified Part 1 – Identifying the Problem

Imagine opening your favourite book and not being able to decipher the words. Or creating the most brilliant story, but finding that no one...