How to Navigate The First Holiday with Your Other Half

There are two types of people – those who romantically dream of travelling the word with their other half and those who shudder at the mere thought of the simple weekend break together. No matter which camp you fall into, there are steps to take to avoid a big blowout abroad and to travel harmoniously. Unless they clap for a plane landing, we can all agree that’s never ok.

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Tayla Powell
Ikigai: The Japanese Way to Find Your Life Meaning

Maybe it’s heading into my final year of uni, the millennial obsession with self-improvement or my quarter life crisis is a couple years early – but I’m giving serious thought about the purpose of my life and what I want from it. Deep I know. We explore the concept that has been cited as the reason for the people of Okinawa living such long and healthy lives.

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How to have a Healthier Relationship with Instagram

It’s a love hate relationship with social media. A place filled with inspiration, like-minded people and creativity. But it’s also filled with deception, comparison and negative emotions too. While some have the willpower to go cold turkey and ditch the social media for good, I for one would miss all the good parts of it too much.

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Why Treating Self Care like an Appointment is the Way Forward

How many of us are STILL not making the time and effort to implement a little more “me time” into our routine? I’m willing to bet not many. We tell ourselves we’ll squeeze it in when everything else is done or when everyone else is catered for. But, let’s be honest, by the time the end of the day rolls around, we’re way too tired and old habits die hard. There’s a way around it though …

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Five Things That Happen When You Live Between Two Houses

If you’ve spent a number of years living between two houses then you’ll know the struggle. Whether you’re in couple that’s currently in that awkward “in between” phase, where you haven’t quite decided to make the commitment of living together. Or if you WANT to move in, but are crippled by the rising cost of living and bad spending habits. We get it.

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The Unconventional Career Advisor That Sparked A Lightbulb Moment

I’ve had my fair share of career advisor duds over the years. Courses and careers suggested to me that I wasn’t even qualified for. The same generic advice churned out repeatedly. What’s a girl to do to get some advice on how to progress in her career? But one session last year completely changed the way I thought about job applications…

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Tayla Powell