Southpaws for Effect

A picture of a toddler excited about Lefthanders Day

International Lefthanders Day is next Tuesday, August 13. We’ve got fun ways for your kids to get a ‘handle’ on what life is like on the opposite side. International Lefthanders Day. We promise we’re not making it up. Celebrated annually on the 13th of August, it was initially commemorated in 1976 by the Founder of […]

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Book, Line and Sinker

A picture of a child enjoying a book on Book Lovers Day

Book Lovers Day 2019 is this Friday, August 9th. We’ve compiled our list of the top reads for kids of all ages. Book Lovers Day may seem like a bit of an anachronism in modern society. In a world run by the Internet, social media and anything on a screen, the notion of sitting down […]

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Great Respectations

A picture of a family embracing Respect for Parents Day

On Respect for Parents Day, you can forget the brekky in bed or the flowers. Here’s how to really show respect to those who gave you life. Just when you thought parents had it made with Mother’s Day and Father’s Day—and every single year at that—they also get Respect for Parents Day (the 1st August). Lucky […]

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Friendsetters

A picture of two young girls hugging for Friendship Day

Friendship Day 2019 is being celebrated worldwide today. We’ve got a few fantastic ideas to help your little ones make some besties. Ah, making friends—if only it were as easy as walking into the local retro-themed coffee house and trading sarcastic quips about life, love, careers and the Ugly Naked Guy. Well, luckily, Friendship Day […]

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Good Things Come in Trees

A heart carved into a trunk for National Tree Day

This Sunday is National Tree Day, and organisations across Australia will be doing their bit to help out. Find out how you and your kids can get involved. National Tree Day has been happening in Australia for over twenty years. Started by Planet Ark and Olivia Newton-John in 1996, it has developed into an annual […]

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Seven Key Steps to Toddler-Proofing Your Home

A picture of a baby climbing in a house that needs toddler-proofing

Toddler-proofing your house: seven key ways to ensure your little ones live and play in a safe environment. This guest article about toddler-proofing your home is written by Luci Aldrin, a part-time freelance writer and a full-time mother to an inquisitive, energetic toddler. She pens a wide range of publications, primarily interior design and parenting […]

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Why women choose not to have children: a frank and open discussion

A picture of two women jumping because they do not have kids

To have or to not have kids? That is the question. These days, more and more women are making this choice, so Stuck On You sat down with a few of them to find out why. The following interview about the conscious decision to not have kids is based on real conversations with real people. […]

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Know your emojis? Take our quiz and see!

A picture of various emojis for Emoji Day

Emoji Day 2019 is taking place on July 17th. Take the Stuck On You Emoji Quiz to find out how well you know your weird little icons. Most of us have used emojis at some point in our textual lives. But do you know what they really mean? In honour of World Emoji Day—tomorrow, July […]

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Not Kidding

A picture of a parent with childless friends

Childless friends. You’ve probably got a few—but why have they made this choice and how do you keep them in your life? Life is unpredictable. One minute you’re a party animal, stumbling home at 5 am with no other objective than to crawl into bed. The next you’re a parent, peeling your head from the […]

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Culture Club

A picture of NAIDOC week

NAIDOC Week 2019 is on from the 7th to the 14th of July, and there are plenty of ways you and your kids can get involved. For over forty years, Australia has been celebrating its indigenous heritage with NAIDOC Week. The origin of NAIDOC (National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee) goes all the way […]

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