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Monthly Archive for September, 2017

When life gets messy

The truth is this: sometimes we don’t feel like ourselves. There is little-to-ono certainty, consistency and a jumble of mess get in the way. Maybe it’s a new job, a big move, a fallout with someone close. Whether it’s the end of an era or the start of something new, we can’t keep letting our […]

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Paris off the Beaten Track

Thousands of people flood Paris each year to get a taste of the city of love. It’s hard to blame them; what with the beauty, history and more pastries than you could imagine. Yet for all it’s popularity there are many a stone left unturned in the French capital that wait patiently for your wandering […]

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A Book to Fuel Thought

 As an avid reader and an activist, I have read my fair share of feminist literature. Let me tell you that the editors of I Call Myself A Feminist have hit the nail on the head. While evidently catering to a younger audience, I maintain that this collection of essays have something for everyone. Utilising […]

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Smiling Minds for Busy Bodies

Co-developed by psychologists and health professionals, the Smiling Mind app has got this wellbeing-through mindfulness thing down pat. Understanding that it’s hard to take the time out of a busy life, the short bursts of zen for any occasion are made accessible to everyone, anywhere, anytime. Building on mindfulness meditation, the app offers the chance […]

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