Leading up to graduation day life as a 20 something may have seemed like a 90s sitcom, full of laughter, adventure and career opportunities. But what happens after the ceremony, after the you take off your cap and gown…life as a graduate is not always what you might have expected.
While it’s all well and good to have long-term life goals, it’s important to consider the smaller things that help to foster a positive environment and mindset. Kristina Eventov has compiled a list of a few mentalities which will help you live your #bestlife.
How do we deal with mental health conditions in society today? With increased coverage on the subject evident in the media, Kristina Eventov discusses the need for balance and transparency when it comes to understanding mental health.
By Sophia Obrecht Living on the edge, and daring to test your physical limits — some have made a career pushing themselves to explore the extremes of sport. From Hannah Teter (Olympic snowboarding champion, halfpipe), to Stephanie Gilmore (six time world champion in surfing), or Danny MacAskill (expert trails cyclist), these adrenaline junkies are anythingContinue reading “5 Extreme Sports You Should Try at Least Once in Your Life”
Ever wondered how your first year uni experience compared to others? Well, check out Tegan Francis’ latest post on tales from her first year uni flat. CAUTION those of a delicate disposition or fear of snakes are advised to proceed with care.
Make time to look after your mental health and check out Kristina Eventov’s tips on how to make tough mental health days seem that little bit lighter and easier to handle. It’s time wave those January blues goodbye.
Read Tegan Francis’ post on what Feminism means to her. From self love, to building up others around you, Feminism is more than at first you might see.
Vienna, the undisputed capital of culture. Overflowing with history, art, and music, the city is full of galleries and museums to discover. So sit back, relax, and read on to find out how to make the most of your time in Vienna.
As the great Elf (in the form of Will Ferrell) once said ‘’the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear’’, so what better way to get you all in the Christmas mood than to share an Xmas playlist. With a host of classic tunes, and a sprinkling of new hits, it’s time to crack open the mulled wine and hit play on our page_refresh Christmas Cheer playlist!
This risotto recipe is easy to make and perfect for a wintery evening with friends, as well as a perfect way to make use of one of my fav winter vegetables, the humble Butternut Squash.