When I thought about doing a life drawing class for the first time, I pictured myself reverting to a 13 year old, giggling awkwardly about the female anatomy (hehe, boobies!). Fortunately, when I rocked up to the class I didn’t… Continue Reading
Three months ago today I was lying in hospital recovering from major surgery on my right leg. After being diagnosed with a rare artery entrapment syndrome, I had muscle and fibrous tissue removed from my calf muscles so blood could… Continue Reading
If I had a dollar for every time someone told me, ‘you should try yoga’ I’d be one very rich lady. Plagued by running injuries, I’ve had osteopaths, physios, friends and colleagues suggest yoga as a way to prevent injuries,… Continue Reading
A recent visit to Northern Territory left Shannon, Amica’s Melbourne traveller, speechless, so she’s letting this slideshow of pictures do the talking – but with one message: If you haven’t been to Australia’s red centre, do it. It’s incredible.
“First world problems” – We’ve all heard the saying, or seen it in a hashtag. Some of us have even said it ourselves when someone complains about an issue which the starving people of Ethiopia, for example, would find trivial.… Continue Reading
As someone who thrives in the heat of an Australian summer, the arrival of winter, with its dark, cold, hard-to-get-out-of-bed days is not something I look forward to. When the temperature dips below 17 I’d rather crawl up into a… Continue Reading
Every now and then we’re lucky enough to find a book, a movie or a song that just sticks with us. You know the kind. The ones that get right into your bones and your heart. Like a warm cup of… Continue Reading