IF YOU are one of the millions of Australian adults who are single, separated, divorced, or widowed, I have good news for you.
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I LOVE a garden shed. I’m not talking about a man shed, or even a woman shed. I’m talking about the creative hub of your productive or ornamental garden.
AUSTRALIANS are more informed than ever when it comes to making educated choices about what they’re eating.
I AM in what’s generally referred to as the “honeymoon phase” of a relationship.
HAVE you ever made something – a cake, a treasure box, a swing – and felt an utter sense of bliss?
I HAVE finally realised what I was looking for in a man: in short, the same qualities I value in my dog.
IF YOU happened to catch Bill Murray in the comedy Groundhog Day on multiple repeat a couple of weeks ago, you learned all about pessimism versus optimism.
I HAVE a true confession. I self-harm for sex.
WHILE we all try to eat healthier foods, and support fair trade initiatives, it’s inspiring to meet someone who not only talks the talk, but walks the walk.
I am an editor with a broad range of interests including well-being, the environment, politics, lifestyle issues, social trends, sex and relationships and community. I am also a qualified counsellor and permaculturist, a dog lover and a yogi. I have written two books, Sex, Optimism and Surviving the 21st Century (Harper Collins) and Slow Sydney (Affirm Press). I love new ideas and people who think outside the box . I enjoy working in a close-knit community.