Hop on These Creative and Chocolate-Free Easter Ideas

With Easter just around the corner and our gorgeous new Living Well Collection available, we think now is the perfect time to get creative with the family. From DIY bunny bunting to gift bags full of fun treats and seriously easy recipe ideas, it’s time to have fun, create memories and make Easter about more than just the Easter Bunny (or chocolate) this year!

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Telling the Stories of Indigenous Women: Q&A with Marlee Silva – Storyteller & Founder of Always was, Always will be Our Stories.

As we approach International Women’s Day on 8 March, we continue our showcase of incredible women choosing to challenge each day and make positive changes in our world. And today, we’re shining the spotlight on the wonderfully inspiring Marlee Silva, a proud Gamilaroi and Dunghutti Aboriginal woman based in Sydney, NSW.

A published author and speaker, dedicated to celebrating Indigenous women and girls through storytelling, Marlee writes, produces and hosts her own podcast, Always was, Always will be Our Stories, where she interviews inspiring Indigenous role models who are working to change the world, one day at a time.

We were lucky enough to ask Marlee a few questions about her inspiring work as well as her dreams and how she chooses to challenge every day. Keep reading to learn more and be sure to keep an eye out here as well as on our socials and Kristina’s Your Dream Life Podcast for plenty of inspiring content from a range of inspiring women this week.

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Gallery: An Important Message from Khadija Gbla

Today, as part of our lead up to International Women’s Day, we’re handing the kikki.K Instagram and kikki.K blog platforms over to the super empowering, dedicated and inspiring Khadija Gbla.

Khadija is a proud feminist, an award-winning human rights activist and an inspirational speaker, on a mission to protect girls from female genital mutilation (FGM) and to support and empower survivors.

Khadija’s mission and the work she does is so incredibly inspiring and we asked her to share as much information as possible with us all, to educate and inspire us, so we can all become makers of positive change in the world.

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Fighting for Human Rights: Q&A with Khadija Gbla – Award-Winning Activist, Leader & Speaker.

As part of our International Women’s Day spotlight on incredible women, we’d love to introduce you to the super strong and inspiring force of nature, Khadija Gbla.  An African Australian human rights activist, Khadija is the definition of an empowered woman fighting for what she believes in and pushing for positive change around the world.

After coming from Gambia to Australia as a refugee at just 13 years of age, Khadija has experienced the sad truth of discrimination, racism, inequality and abuse many women face first-hand.

Now, she is not only a survivor but a passionate advocate for other women who have suffered the same, dedicating her life to helping young women around the world – campaigning against and raising awareness for Female Genital Mutilation (or FGM).

We took five with Khadija to ask her a few questions about her inspiring work as well as her dreams and how she chooses to challenge every day. Keep reading to learn more and be sure to keep an eye out here as well as on our socials and Kristina’s Your Dream Life Podcast for plenty of inspiring content from a range of inspiring women over the next week.

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