Do you want to up your picnic game? A picnic outdoors can be a nice change of pace and environment, away from all the chaos at the moment. You slow down enough to enjoy the food, the world around you, and most significantly, the people you’re with. Bring your best friends, pet, family, or a… Continue reading Aesthetic Picnic Supplies You Need According To Cottagecore TikTok
Sunshine! The one respite from weeks ( … months? We’ve lost track) of lockdown. Jokes aside, sunlight and fresh air are super important. With all this time confined to the house, a ray of sunshine is like a shot of vitamin D straight to the veins. Victorians are allowed to picnic once again, and like… Continue reading Best Picnic Ideas Melbourne – Everything You Need For Your Al Fresco Weekend
We all know that the priority of health workers this year has been the rollout of vaccines. The government has done everything in their power to make COVID-19 vaccines available (although many have questioned the efficiency of the rollout). Data studies and clinical trials had to be done as swiftly as possible so that countries… Continue reading Vaccine Effects On Women (Pfizer Boobs To Periods) – Identifying The Myths And Facts
They say home is where the heart is, but it’s also where you get to show off your decor and eye for design; your place says so much about your personality and taste. And while there’s no need to impress others, it’s nice to have a place you can invite people over so they can… Continue reading 8 Interior Design Trends We’re Obsessed With Right Now
Have you ever wondered why brands and visual advertisers use specific colours in their marketing materials and logos? Or maybe you’ve noticed that you feel relaxed in the presence of that trusty monstera and even relieved by its greenery? You may have guessed by now why adult colouring books become bestsellers. Probably the same reason art… Continue reading Bring Psychology To The Bedroom: Sheet Colour Therapy
When was the last time you visited a new destination? What was on your list pre Covid? Did it involve Tokyo and a trip to Disneyland? Paris, and the Eiffel Tower, perhaps? A year and a half into this pandemic, things seem to be finally looking up as vaccinations continue to roll out. Prime Minister… Continue reading What Will International Travel And Tourism Look Like In 2021?
Did you know that an excellent way to score good bed linen is to go undercover? Now that we’ve hit our bad-pun quota for the day, it’s time to get serious. Linen, a fabric made from the flax plant, is among the best materials available. That shouldn’t surprise anyone who’s owned it before. Soft, durable, and… Continue reading We’ve Got You Covered: How To Care For Your Flax Linen Sheets
There’s no question that we’re all feeling the effects of this global pandemic, but it seems not everyone carries the same burden. We’re talking about our favourite entertainers who are seemingly off-script when it comes to COVID-19. Most countries imposed travel bans and lockdowns to limit coronavirus exposure among the population. Last year (and even… Continue reading Should Celebs Be Given Travel Exemptions In Australia?
Intuitive eating sounds like another diet trend that might pique the interest of health-conscious types out there. But while it might be useful as a nutritional approach, we’re sorry to burst your bubble because it’s anything but a diet. So if you’re looking for a quick fix for weight loss, this may not be the… Continue reading How Intuitive Eating Could Disrupt The Diet Industry
It might seem like everyone’s having babies right now, but surprisingly, we’re having fewer kids than ever before. Declining global birth rates are now a problem not only for laid-off baby-delivering storks but also for the future of our gene pool. In all seriousness, babies are cute, and they’re excellent stress relievers (except when you’re… Continue reading Social Media Is Fooling You: The Birth Rate Is At Its Lowest On Record