Media Appearances


Gold Coast Get It Magazine – February 2014

Featured a story on my battles with food and how I overcame it. Read the article here.


Oxygen Magazine Australia – April 2014

Four page article called Navigating Through the Nutrition Confusion,  featuring three of my recipes as well as the brilliant photography of Adrian Alford Photography.

Style Hunter Home – April 2014

Feature recipe – OMG! Philly Chocolate Bites.

Women Get Inspired Magazine – April 2014

Feature article – Know thy self a little.

I’m Not Fussy Website – May 2014

Feature recipe – Macadamia ‘Ooh Aah’ Biscuits.


I put the Fork Down Website – May 2014

Feature short story called Binge No More. 

Mum’s Delivery Website – July 2014

Recipe featured – Peanut Butter Chocolate Tweet Cups.

Boom and Bloom NZ Website – July 2014

Recipe featured – Macadamia ‘Ooh Aah’ Biscuits.

I Am  Woman Digital Magazine – from July 2014 – July 2015

Contributing writer.

Dr Joes DIY Health Blog – August 2014

Feature article – Chocolate for Breakfast. See it here. 

Wedding Buzz – October 2014

Blog article – Bootylicious Bride.

savoury snacks, party food, healthy,  Stylehunter Home Food – November 2014

Healthy Party Food – Feta Olive sticks & Peanut Butter Dip. 

 MemybestandI Blog – November 2014

Feature – My Day on a Plate & Giveaway of Lite as a Feather.

mediaOxygen Magazine Australia Issue #72 – Dec/Jan 2015

 book appeared on the Neat Things page.

Habits for Wellbeing Blog – Dec 2014

Feature – Christmas Treats – Planning to splurge or stay on track.

MyWellbeing Online Magazine – Jan 2015

Feature – Are you a sugarholic? – Written by Jennifer Morton and featuring me!

Love to hear from you!

Love to hear from all forms of media, blogs and websites to feature one of my recipes or articles or utilise my story in your writing . Contact me on E: slimbirdy (@)

Read more about my books here.

2 thoughts on “Media

  1. slimbirdy Post author

    Hi Elizabeth, sorry I didn’t get to your question sooner! But I see you have purchased the books already – thank you so much. I’d love to hear how you go with them and if you have any questions or troubles along your way, please get in touch. Can’t wait to see your progress. Cheers Kristy

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