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Pic credit I’ve been on a LOT of retreats. From Bali to Northern NSW. The Sunshine Coast to Mexico and Canada. I feel like I’m the Queen Bee of the retreat world. My first retreat was at ONEWORLD Retreats, in Ubud, Bali. This retreat quite literally changed my life and marked the beginning of a… Read More

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Pic credit I get emails all the time from women who are craving new friends, or what is sometimes referred to as, ‘a tribe’.   “I’m new to Brisbane and really want to connect with some like-minded babes”. “I feel isolated. I’ve grown apart from my old friends”. “I feel so alone on this biz… Read More

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Photo from Kate Caddle   Planning and running events is a big (but fun!) process full of lots of cogs that need to turn together in order to make it work. Writing a compelling event sales page is one of these vital cogs that needs to stay well oiled and turning nicely!   Via the… Read More

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Photo credit   I know it’s frustrating honey … You’re excited to run an event and connect with your tribe-folk in the flesh. You’ve got a killer idea. You’ve found the perfect space. You’ve spent hours upon hours writing your content. Hours upon hours thinking about food and aesthetics. But you’re not selling tickets. Or… Read More

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I’m the Queen of Frugal. I live off a small amount of money. I save. I’m a needs versus wants kinda gal. I became voluntarily unemployed and lived off my savings for 18 months (albeit, 9 months of that was spent in el-cheapo Mexico) and still had money left over. I don’t buy many material… Read More

in All things Brisbane

Guest post by Georgia Lester Left (Camp cafe). Right (The Priory).   As a twenty-something-year-old of the inner-city suburbs, I will be the first to admit that I probably spend too much money on coffee. Luckily though, I am fortunate enough to live within close proximity to some of the best cafes in Brisbane. What… Read More

in All things Brisbane

When’s the last time you connected with your Inner Child?   That playful and inquisitive part of you. That light and joyful part of you. That present and courageous part of you.   For me, it had been some time.   As adults we are, often unconsciously, consumed by to-do’s, the ego, fear and the… Read More

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Sometimes, you don’t know how much you need something until it’s right there  in front of you. That’s how I felt after my recent day yoga retreat with Celia Roberts.   I didn’t realise how much I needed to get out of my head and back into my heart. How much I needed to be… Read More

in All things Brisbane, Life

The yoga world is an interesting place. It’s pretty much as diverse as the rest of the world, from Vipassana to Hip Hop Yoga, Sivananda to Bikram. No matter what kind of personality you have, there’s a yoga style that will suit. Which is why dogma in yoga really interests us. Whilst we have the… Read More

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Late last year, when a recurring health challenge reared its ugly head and I got sick and tired of the lack of care, clarity and compassion I received (and had, for many years) from ‘normal’ GP’s, I consulted My Mate Google in search of an alternative. And that’s when I met the best Holistic GP… Read More