Start your own KIDsize Living

So many Mums want to continue working but venturing into the workforce can be daunting.  Juggling kids, family and all the activities that go along with it can be exhausting.  This could be your answer to having it all.


KIDsize Living is a local online information resource for families. We help families know what's on for kids, where the best parks are, the best cafes, kid-friendly events and activities. We strive to support local businesses and enhance the communities we live in.


What does it take to run your own KIDsize Living?

All it takes is you sharing your love of your area and things that you love doing or want to do with your kids.  You can share stories, create awe-inspiring fun, and just share your love for life as a parent. You can write reviews, articles, share information, experiences and anything that will enhance the lives of families living in your local area.


What skills do you need?

If you're adventurous, are online savvy, have a computer and internet at home, you can run your own KIDsize Living.


Ready to get the ball rolling?

For a small investment that covers hosting, training and support you can be well on your way to an incredibly fulfilling, stimulating life creating your own financial freedom for you and your family.

Email Kathrine and Eileen at and start your own online business today. 


Excerpt below from Raspberry Magazine; Raspberry Magazine

Testimonials from readers:

'I love heading over to KIDsize Living to find things on for the weekend so I can plan ahead and make the most of my time off. Thanks KIDsize Living - you save me so much time!' (Sarah Ryan KSL member since 2013)

'I love the community vibe the site creates, it's right in the pocket and it's so easy to use and there's so much great information'. (Karl Matthews KSL member since 2012)  


KIDsize Living Crew

Kathrine D'Costa, Eileen Stapleton and the KIDsize Living kids.


CHECK OUT KIDsize Living's interview on smeTV

Digital: Creating a successful online business with KIDsize Living from SMEtv on Vimeo.