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Sustainable seafood

Global seafood consumption has quadrupled over the past 50 years and interest in environmentally conscious fish choices has grown. But which types of seafood are sustainable and how can you be certain? We take a look.

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WellBeing
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Your magic microbiome

Your microbiome impacts your heart health, your mental health, your weight, your immunity and your athletic performance. That same microbiome is also unique to you and has been dubbed the “second genome”. The big questions are, what exactly is that microbiome and how can you make it work for you?

9 mins read
WellBeing
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Mindful mornings

You don’t have to be a morning person to create a mindful morning routine. By working with your body clock and creating rituals that work for you, not against you, even the latest risers can set the right tone for the day.

7 mins read
WellBeing
Issue190

The rise of the “sober curious” generation

In a society that has long treated alcohol as a dichotomy — either you’re a vodkaswinging party animal or a teetotal, clean-living yogi — a new wave of people are searching for the middle ground. How are they navigating a culture still set on making socialising synonymous with drinking?

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WellBeing
Issue190

Tania de Jong _ a healing note

With the voice of an angel, the heart of a lion and the soul of a mystic, Tania de Jong AM leads a varied and productive life. She is a gifted soprano with an entrepreneurial flair and a passion for giving. Having built numerous businesses, performed in countless venues, released many CDs and established three charities, her latest vision is to transform the treatment of mental illness in Australia.

10+ mins read
WellBeing
Issue190

Conscious parenting

Conscious parenting is a radically diff erent approach to raising children that can be healing for the whole family.

9 mins read
WellBeing
Issue190

Special Report - Weight Loss That Lasts

Weight gain is both unhealthy and uncomfortable. The temptation is to go on “crash diets” or try wonder foods that promise to strip away the kilos. What the research tells us, though, is that these quick fi xes lead to more weight gain in the long run. Here we discover some sustainable weight loss strategies that will help you lose weight for life.

10+ mins read
WellBeing
Issue190

Yoga For Loneliness

We’ve just farewelled the year that broke and woke us. Feeling a loneliness hangover from 2020? Us too. Need an antidote? Learn yoga’s perspective on loneliness and solitude and a juicy yoga sequence.

9 mins read
WellBeing
Issue190

Healthy Summer Entertaining

Discover some simple tips for healthy holiday entertaining which will leave you satisfi ed but not overstuff ed like your Christmas turkey.

7 mins read
WellBeing
Issue190

Better Skin Each Birthday

With a plethora of anti-ageing beauty products available, it’s hard to know what’s the most helpful and the least harmful. The good news is that by taking consistent care of your skin with healthy habits, nourishing foods and a few smart tricks, you can create a smooth, firm and fresh skin complexion.

9 mins read
WellBeing
Issue190

Hormones For Healthy Hair, Skin And Nails

Hair loss, adult acne and brittle nails can often mean your hormones aren’t happy. Find out how to rebalance your body’s chemical messengers through food, exercise, stress reduction techniques and more.

8 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

Beyond Fast Furniture

By adding handmade pieces into your home and avoiding cheap mass-produced options, you will enrich your spaces with meaningful objects that are worth keeping and passing down to future generations.

9 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

A Green Kitchen Story

David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl are the Scandinavian duo at the helm of Green Kitchen Stories. Their simple, healthy and modern take on vegetarian food is influencing green stories in kitchens around the world.

10 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

Screenplay: Healthy Or Not?

The World Health Organisation has released new guidelines recommending no screen time at all for children under two years and no more than one hour per day for children between the ages of two and four. Of course, banning screen time is easier said than done in a world that is entrenched in technology. What is a realistic balance of screen time versus other activities? How can you manage it if older children are permitted screen time? We take a look.

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WellBeing
Issue 189

Special Report: Building Emotional And Psychological Wellness

Life is an opportunity to experience joy, love and create. We’re also liable to suffer along the way, and the global pandemic has presented many challenges to emotional and mental health. Here’s what the latest research shows you can do to overcome depression, anxiety and other psychological problems.

7 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

5 Greet Places To Greet The Sun

In South Australia, you’ll find countless places to rise and shine, but this pick of lesser-known spots is for lovers of the path less travelled.

10 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

The Cornersmith Guide To A More Sustainable Kitchen

Alex Elliott-Howery and Jaimee Edwards have joined forces to bring you Use It All: The Cornersmith Guide to a More Sustainable Kitchen. For years, the duo experimented with food — in their home kitchens as well as at their Sydney café, Cornersmith. Now it’s time for a cookbook sharing their love of fermenting, offcuts and waste hacks. Sharing over 230 recipes, the authors keep meals affordable, delicious and free from a hefty carbon footprint. Use It All offers alternative flavour combinations so you can stay versatile in your ingredient selection, cater for dietary requirements and avoid boredom in the kitchen. With beautiful imagery by photographer Cath Muscat, Elliot-Howery and Edwards’ cookbook will help you rethink your spending without reducing the amount of food that you consume. The book not only delivers scrumptious recipes, it also teaches you how to decrease your food waste and navigate your weekly seasonal shop. A must-have for anyone looking to make more with what they’ve got in the pantry or fridge.

6 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

Magic in the mundane

The world has shifted on its axis, but we must still indulge in life’s pockets of pleasures. Joy is not frivolous; it’s necessary to staying sane and sanguine during turbulent times — and you don’t have to look far to find it.

7 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

Soul Growth And Your Age

Every age has a special topic and theme according to the astrological wheel of life. According to your age and the ancient Greek technique of profections, find out when you should focus on areas like money, family, health, relationships and your career.

8 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

The Attraction Equation

The attraction between two people might seem like an intangible, indefinable thing but that hasn’t stopped an exhaustive search to discover the basis of human attraction. Here we take a look at the components of that complex attraction equation.

10 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 189

Turning the lights on

Australian entrepreneur Katerina Kimmorley’s pioneering work has made a significant difference to global poverty and climate change. We speak to her about providing solar lighting to slum communities across India and Nepal, how Australia can become a clean superpower in the energy sector and so much more.

9 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

Lessons from the Blue Zones

Blue Zones are regions of the planet where a high proportion of people live to be over 100 years old. Here, we reveal the secrets for living a happy, healthy and long life and how you can integrate lessons from the Blue Zones into your own way of living.

9 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

Playing in the dirt

Parents, does picturing your children covered in mud make you shudder? In this article, we explore why parents struggle with outdoor playtime despite the persistent expert advice telling them to get their kids outside more.

8 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

Is there power in protest?

From pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong to climate strikes to Black Lives Matter, mass protests are on the rise globally, but in an increasingly digital world have marches lost their power?

7 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

Critiquing criticism

Criticism is an inevitable component of life, but being prepared for it, and having strategies to deal with it, can help you turn the potential pain of criticism into gold.

10+ mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

How To Be Magnetic

Instantly apparent but almost impossible to quantify, is charisma an innate quality or can you learn how to be magnetic?

5 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

Every Breath You Take

The 2020 bushfires and COVID-19 drew a national gasp of attention to the importance of clean air, and an organ central to your health and wellbeing: your lungs.

10+ mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

Feed Your Brain

We now know that your brain continues to develop throughout your lifetime, and many studies link how well your brain ages with the foods you eat. So here are some of the foods that will not only be delicious, but will also nourish your neurons.

8 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

The Healthy Non-Toxic Kitchen

Along with being the hub and heart of a home, your kitchen can be an unintentional source of daily toxins and chemicals. Here’s how to eliminate them and craft the ultimate low-toxic food prep zone.

9 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

Beauty From The Pantry

We take a peek inside the pantry and discover how everyday staples like oats, honey, olive oil and brown sugar can be used to soothe, beautify and heal the skin.

8 mins read
WellBeing
Issue 188

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