I’ll be the first to admit it – I’m terrible at health checks. When I feel unwell I turn to Dr. Google for diagnosis. As a hypochondriac, this can be a problem.
Nature is free, it’s abundant and, what’s more, it has been shown to be important for mental health and wellbeing. Green space clears the head and revives the spirits.
Whatever your travel style, it’s important to be as environmentally friendly as possible on your adventures. After all, you want to make sure the spectacular sights and sounds can be enjoyed by others for a long time to come.
What’s your idea of the perfect romantic weekend away? Is it spent at a beautiful and intimate bed and breakfast, with a candlelight dinner, your sweetheart and….a smartphone?
If like me you roll your eyes at February 14th then worry not my friend! There’s still plenty of fun and cheap stuff to do on Valentine’s day even if you don’t have an insignificant other to throw a dozen roses at (and who likes roses anyways … cliché much?!).
Australia is a beautiful and spectacular country – but how much of it have you actually gone out and explored?
There’s so many songs about going on holidays that it has put me in the mood to do some wishful thinking – if I could hop on a short flight somewhere … where would I fly away to?
Finding a housemate is a great way to cut down on your expenses and put more money towards a deposit or your home loan.
Let’s face it too often we leave packing to the night before (and sometimes the morning of) and when we do, we risk forgetting something major. I’m going to avoid that this year by writing a list of things to pack and making the effort to check it twice!
All good things must come to an end and the #AussiePix2014 Photo Competition is no exception! Have a looky below at the final three lucky weekly winners for Week 6 of the competition. It’s been an incredible journey – we’ve received near 300 entries from our wonderful fans. Such variety! Such photographic skill! Such warmth More…