Thursday, December 3, 2020

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Pets the real winners in coronavirus lockdown

By Melita Virginie Pets in the City of Casey are being lavished with attention as owners turn to their furry friends for comfort during the...

Meet Tori – artist, writer, therapy enthusiast and highly anxious person

By Brittany Lazarus “I didn’t understand I was suffering from anxiety daily until I was in my early 20s, the stigma against any kind of...

What it’s like to live with a fear of having kids

By Emily Rawle There are plenty of women who wake up after an intimately-risky evening panicked that that they may be pregnant. For most, this...

How to muster motivation to get moving

By Owen Leonard Once upon a time, in the pre-coronavirus era, budding runner Lachie Moorhouse would look forward to training on Tuesday and Thursday nights. It...

Flying under the radar: the truth about bees and food

By AJ MacPherson Linking the word-wide decline in bees to fears about less food for us is misleading, according to two Australian agriculture experts. Australian National...

Old clothes, new tricks

Deakin University student Ebony Dike was travelling in Morocco as part of a Global Journalism Exchange program when she came across a unique vintage...

Redrawing history: The revival of Amazigh tattooing

Deakin University student Shannon Tucker was in Morocco on a Global Journalism Exchange program when she meet the founder of the Aswad Tattooing Club...

How Tinder girls are making a fortune

  Nykayla says she earns $1500 a week on average from Snapchat alone. That's about $40,000 in less than a year of being in the...

When everything goes wrong in the world’s most haunted surf spot

Ash’s heart was pounding, loudly, as he found himself scanning underneath his surfboard every few seconds. The water was so grey it was almost...

Living without a smartphone

Fitzroy resident Sam Chalmers hasn’t owned a smartphone for three years. “I was kind of fed up they were always breaking on me,” he...