Add reviews to your business page

If you don’t have a review section on your business page it very easy to do. Here’s how to add reviews to your business page.

Watch the video or follow the step by step guide below.

  1. Go to your about section on your business page.
  2. Go to catogories and choose local business in the drop down box.
  3. In the second drop down box choose your industry and save.
  4. Next go to your address and add your address.  Tick the map box.  Although I didn’t have a map box this still worked for me.  Save this.
  5. Finished your customers can add reviews.

Good reviews are great and can help you get the edge on your competitor.  Facebook favours more reviews as you being trustworthy.  Ask your customers for reviews.

Hope this helps you to add reviews to your business page.

Have a wonderful weekend.

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Follow your passion Mad Max

Follow your passion - Mumpreneurs WALast night I had the most amazing conversation with a very dear friend of mine, Donna Hanks who has in the last two weeks published her first book on Amazon (both ebook and paperback).  Her book I Love You has taken three years to publish.  We spoke about following your passion and doing what you want to do.  Donna didn’t know that I had a couple of books in the pipeline and was also ready to publish when she did.  We screamed with laughter about how much we loved doing the books and only making $3 to pay for part of the champagne to celebrate.  When she comes to Perth next we are having an Amazon party to celebrate these big milestones.  Congratulations Donna so very proud of your achievement and I love your book.

Follow your passion - Mumpreneurs WAThen this morning on ABC 24 hours news I saw the most inspiring story about a guy called Adrian Bennett.  Adrian Bennett runs the the Mad Max 2 Museum in Silverton NSW.  Now you might be thinking what is so inspiring about that. Here’s the story about Follow your passion Mad Max.

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Adrian Bennett saw the Mad Max movie in England in 1981 and loved it.  Adrian said “If you had told me 34 years ago that I’d be living in outback Australia running a Mad Max Museum I would’ve laughed”  You’d think he was really mad if he had actually said that 34 years ago.  Adrian had an obsession for all things Mad Max but didn’t really start collecting for the Museum until he got to Australia. In 2009 his wife finally agreed to move to Silverton Australia and in 2010 he opened the Mad Max 2 Museum.

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Silverton is a small town with a population of 35, near Broken Hill and 1200km west of Sydney.  Silverton is where they originally filmed the first Mad Max.  Silverton is an Australian icon, so many films have been filmed here such as Pricillia Queen of the Desert,  Dirty Deeds,  Mission Impossible 2 and many more.  Silverton gets over 10 000 visitors per year passing through.

When Adrian got to Silverton he said “I knew I was meant to be here”.  I love this.  Adrian set up his Museum and the journey has not been with out challenges. One of the biggest challenges was being in an outback town that hits temperatures of 53 degrees in the summer. Now that is tough going for anyone especially for someone from England to get used to it.

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What struck me about Adrian story is a couple of things. His passion was Mad Max and he followed his passion all the way to Australia.  To leave everything you know to move country is huge and not only to move to another country but a very small town in the middle of the outback.  Then when you get there you knew with all your heart that you were suppose to be there.  This blows me away.  Adrian’s Facebook page now has over 12000 likes, brilliant hey. Congratulations Adrian.

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You can join Adrian on his Facebook Page,  ring him on 08 80886128 or Email:

A big thank you for Adrian for letting me use his awesome pictures from his Facebook page.

The lesson for me from this inspiring story is DO IT and it doesn’t matter what that it is.  Start doing it, start putting it together, the conditions don’t have to be right, it doesn’t have to be perfect you just need to start it.  This week I have always wanted to publish books. I did that this week. I didn’t have any money to do it so I self published for free on Amazon. What a great learning curve and now I feel more confident to publish my other books which I wrote back in 2012.

On Friday I published my first episode of Mum-tales on my You-Tube channel. This was far from perfect as I clicked the wrong button on editing and it blurred out my face. I didn’t even know I had done this until the next day. But a few people had still watched and gave positive feedback on my blurry face. Funny.  Thank you. So Ooopps. I had to fix and re-publish.  What I do is not perfect but I am loving what I am doing. I believe in all my heart this is what I am suppose to be doing.  I am following my passions, it may be a slow road but I feel happy with it.

What is your passion?  Are you doing it?  What is stopping you?

All I can say is follow your passion Mad Max.

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Shop & Style Specialist – Mumpreneur Extraordinaire

Before I had children I had developed quite a cool style. I used to wear funky little scarfs around my neck (1950’s style), gorgeous dresses and funky tops.  I loved shopping, hand bags and shoes. I mean who doesn’t love shoes and hand bags. I had time to shop, disposable income to spend, I had places to go out with my lovely handbags and took them out all the time. Oh how it seems a lifetime ago.

Fast forward to life after two children. Since having children and not having time to shop, my wardrobe has gone to mummy land wardrobe blues. My meaning of mummy land wardrobe blues is all the high heels have long gone, the clothes are drab, the hand bags have gotten larger so I can fit water bottles in it (that leak everywhere), nappies, food, a change of clothes and finally I will squeeze in my purse and phone for myself. Seriously look at the difference in these two bags. One I use today and the other in my single night clubbing days. Ha ha what a riot.  I just can’t get rid of my little bag that I used to take out dancing, that fit cutely around my wrist while I drank champagne.


Ok ok enough about the handbags and back to the clothes. I have become a grab and run mum with my clothes, if I have time I will get to the change room, if I don’t I’ll put it over the top of my clothes and see if it’s not to big. My shops (not of choice but of ease) have become Kmart and Target, I really need to get to Karrinup more rather than pop in to Kmart and Target before or after my food shop. You can image what my wardrobe looks like. I have t-shirts, jeans, denium shirts and a few more t-shirts thrown in for good measure. I am lucky that I do have lots of bottoms, skirts, pants etc I find them easy to buy and know what’s a good fit and looks good. I must confess I have a top problem. I find it hard to buy tops these days. I end up with t-shirt after t-shirt. Jumpers don’t even get me started. Arrrghhhh!!

A couple of months ago I did a massive cull and got rid of all the old, stuff that doesn’t fit (I did keep some I will fit back into again) and the ugly. But I do struggle with getting some nice clothes in my wardrobe and then I feel desperate I have nothing to wear. This is when disaster hits.  I go to the shops all rushed and I do a grab and run. The last grab and run I did ended up with the worse granny top in the world…. I was gutted. I was just confused,  I don’t want to be looking like a granny but I don’t want to be mutton dressed as lamb.  Then strangely a couple of days after getting the granny top and feeling very annoyed at myself for buying it I got a message from Kirsty Noakes from Shop & Style Specialist, an amazing stylist who rang and offered me a styling profile.  Kirsty is bringing me back from mummy land wardrobe blues.

Shop & Style SpecialistKirsty runs Shop & Style Specialist and won Belmont Small Business Award for 2015 for Best Home Based Business. A massive congratulations to Kirsty.  She is amazing. Kirsty is a personal stylist and what an fantastic job that would be. Kirsty helps her clients’ look and feel better in their personal lives. Shop & Style Specialists offers the expert provision of professional styling services in the everyday world.  Kirsty does all of this with two gorgeous baby twins.

Kirsty was so spot on with me it was scary, I think she is psychic. I had to do a little quiz before Kirsty came over and I loved doing that, I had to pick all my favourite clothes and put in my measurements.  Kirsty did a full style profile on me and gave me a gorgeous folder and complete style profile.  This has everything in it, my colours, what to wear,  my body shape, picture for the visual person in me and more.  It’s so excellent I would of never believed how awesome these fours pages are.

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My style profile is invaluable. I came out as a casual/creative. I like to be comfortable but do like a bit of flair. Kirsty told me what I should be looking out for when I am shopping and what suits me. Now when I  go shopping I have been looking at clothes a bit differently, but I’m still struggling with not buying more t-shirts and I must confess I have bought a couple more t-shirts since my profile was done. Opps old bad habits are hard to beat sometimes.

Kirsty cleaned out my wardrobe and let me give you the tip I was very nervous about this.  Seriously look at these photos I had a hammer and an electric screwdriver living in it. Let me tell you they don’t look very stylish on me.

Cluttered Wardrobe

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Electric Screwdriver

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Here’s my before picture with granny top.

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After with all my clothes but put together differently.

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What can I say but thank you Kirsty, you have given me hope that I can be a stylish and funky again.  My promise to myself for 2016 is to get to Karrinup for a few more shopping trip without the kids. To improve on my top buying and try on lots of different tops and see what looks good.  I am not going to wear “lounge wear” to the local shops LOL.  I so love that term – “Lounge Wear” and it actually makes me think differently about my clothes when I put them on in the morning.

I would highly recommend Kirsty if you are feeling confused about what’s going on with your clothes, if you have fallen into the black pit rut with no colour, not sure what suits your body type and are in the mummy land wardrobe blues.  Ring Kirsty.  Her style profile has been invaluable.

Contact Kirsty on:


Mobile:     0421 661 393



Shop & Style Specialist Website

Thank you to our gorgeous Mumpreneur Kirsty for one of the best appointments I have had.

So what about you?  Do you feel your wardrobe needs a revamp? Have you got tools or other non-clothes items living in your wardrobe  that need to go?

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