The Subtle Art Of Micro Dosing
A once-secret Silicon Valley practice to improve productivity has reached our shores and is growing in popularity – but is it safe? Lucy E Cousins investigates
The Share (House) Economy
With housing prices soaring, the rental market set to implode and millennials feeling more isolated than ever, many believe that the solution lies in apartments designed for community living. With the first Australian offering opening its doors, Hannah-Rose Yee gives up her personal space to see what co-living is all about.
She’s the sitcom star who became America’s sweetheart. As Jennifer Aniston celebrates turning 50, Tiffany Dunk looks back at the life of everybody’s favourite friend
Walk on the wild side by day, relax in splendour by night – Africa is calling and it’s luring us to a newly reopened luxury homestead.
A new love, a calmer life perspective and her first Australian tour since 2015 are helping to make this year Kylie’s best yet. Alexandra Carlton chats to our reigning Princess of Pop.
My Beauty Rules: Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston has just launched her seventh fragrance, so she knows a thing or two about scent. Marie Claire talks exclusively to the A-lister about her beauty faves.
The Modern Witch Project
Blame pop culture or that president, but whichever way you look at it witchcraft is having a moment. Daniela Elser spells all.
The A-List Antidote
Australian comic Celeste Barber shot to fame by re-creating celebrity shots on Instagram – now the fashion set are getting in on the joke. She speaks to Phoebe McDowell about fat rolls and feminism.
Plastic Not So Fantastic
While South Korea has long boasted the highest rate of plastic surgery in the world, a backlash is emerging in the beauty-obsessed nation.
Our Bodies, Our Decision
With Queensland decriminalising abortion, does this mean Australian women finally have complete control over their bodies? Not yet, writes Alexandra Carlton.
With the release of her first TV series and Oscar buzz around her latest film, Julia Roberts is ready for her standing ovation.
How Healthy Is Your Brain?
With everything under attack by tech, 2019 is the year to future proof your mind for the modern world.
My Beauty Rules - Miranda Kerr
The model and mother turned organic beauty queen keeps her skin routine natural, with just the occasional beauty indulgence.
How My Abuser Brought Us Together
Cathy was raped by a paedophile. Ellen tracked down the perpetrator and helped Cathy take her power back. As told to Alexandra Carlton.
GP Will See You Now
Gwyneth Paltrow was just another actress turned entrepreneur when she launched her wellness brand, Goop, to a nation of sceptics. Ten years later, it’s more successful – and more scrutinised – than anyone could have predicted. She invites Jane Mulkerrins into her Hamptons home to talk criticism, second marriages and building an empire.
Clean Up Your Act
New year, clean slate. We round up 11 ways to cut down on added nasties, to get your skincare, haircare and make-up feeling just a bit more virtuous.
Sexism, Lies & Video Games
Rape threats, cyber groping and sexual insults – Cat Rodie investigates the dark side of gaming
The Nurse Who Can Feel Your Pain
Megan Pohlmann has a rare neurological condition: when someone cuts themselves, she feels it; when a patient has a headache, her head throbs, too. What would life be like with a superpower like that?
The Women Who Made Me - Alyssa Milano
The instigator of the #MeToo hashtag reveals the women who helped ignite her activist streak
The A-List Treatment
Where celebs and royalty stay when they’re on holidays
Show Some Love
Showing ourselves a little love on a regular basis is more important for our health than you might think, reports Lucy E. Cousins
Making Her Mark
Long established as a serious dramatic actress (with an Oscar, four Golden Globes and an Emmy to prove it), Nicole Kidman is these days most passionate about family, friends and bringing humanity to her life and work
Ice Ice Baby
As men in their 30s increasingly shun fatherhood for freedom, more women are finding themselves with little option but to freeze their eggs. A man and woman weigh in on the new problem facing parenthood
Girl Of The Moment - Geraldine Hakewill
The triple threat is this month’s most Wanted star
Blame it on economic tension, terrorism or Trump: new research reveals we’re less optimistic than ever about achieving optimal bliss. But can we rewire our brains for peak positivity? Kathryn Madden enrols in Yale’s happiness school to find out
From a childhood full of challenges to being crowned one of the greatest singers of all time, Aretha Franklin battled addiction and abuse to become a pop-culture and political powerhouse
The Gift Of Joy
Dior has released its first major fragrance in 20 years. Welcome to the new world of Joy.
Ten years ago this month, Barack Obama was swept into office on a wave of hope. For his wife, Michelle, the rocky road leading to the White House would provide the chance to forge her own path of unity and change
The Hunger Shame
With more than 20 per cent of Australian children going hungry every year, our country is in the gripof a silent food crisis most likely affecting a family you know, reports Alexandra Carlton.
The Big Business Of Break-ups
Lovesick? There's an app for that. Romance rehab has grown into a booming industry complete withprofessional pocket coaches and five-star retreats. But, asks Kathryn Madden, cangroup chanting and gourmet granola really mend a broken heart?