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Spoil Yourself! Our Top 5 Wellness Gift Experiences

posted by Karlicca Culalic December 1, 2017 0 comments

It’s a little cliché but there is a phrase from Eat, Pray, Love that has always resonated with me in regards to personal wellness. It reads you have to participate relentlessly in the manifestation of your own blessings. Like most though, my own personal well being tends to fall second to the bustle of everyday life. So in preparation for Christmas, I’ve found five AMAZING wellness gift experiences from some of Brisbane’s premium day spa’s and very best health centres! That way, you can opt to work them into your own wish lists or gift them to someone special. Whether you are a wellness mama, a busy work-a-bee, a health lover or just someone who needs a bit of R&R, these treats might be just what you need to cap off 2017 and bring in the New Year as the very best version of YOU.

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Adulting (verb): to do grown up things

posted by Emmy O'Neill August 4, 2017 0 comments

Adulting (verb): to do grown up things and hold responsibilities and that make you be considered to be a grown up.

I know a lot of our generation kind of baulk at the idea of adulting. Often we feel like we fail at being an adult. Being responsible and grown up can be hard sometimes. No need to sugar coat it. It’s not that we don’t want to grow up and responsible, but that we just don’t seem to have it together all of the time.

One way to up your adulting game is to take responsibly for your health. Continue Reading

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Time of the Month

posted by Emmy O'Neill April 7, 2017 0 comments

That ‘Time Of the Month’ is usually one of the times we don’t usually like to talk or even read about.

Women get all embarrassed and men (well sorry if you are reading and not meaning to generalise), but men usually just get grossed out. I don’t know about you, but growing up in the late 90’s early 00’s it kind of felt like getting your period was an annoyance and stopped the pace of normal life. The number of girls in high school who couldn’t participate in sport lessons because ‘flo had come to town’ was a weekly occurrence. It felt like advertisements about ‘that time of the month’ were promoting the need to avoid those awkward and embarrassing moments that happen when you get your period.

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