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A 'zero waste' life starts with your groceries

A 'zero waste' life starts with your groceries

From meal prepping to "reductionism", turn your home into a sustainable haven with these small tweaks.

  • by Anita Vandyke

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'I am addicted to work and creating new things': Tim Minchin

'I am addicted to work and creating new things': Tim Minchin

Comedian, actor, composer, songwriter discusses his career, balancing family life and the women who influence him.

  • by Robyn Doreian
Christmas will be different this year, but there are some silver linings

Christmas will be different this year, but there are some silver linings

My Christmas wish is that you take a moment to reflect on how you’ve survived this year.

  • by Jessica Rowe
'Party in a box' and other ideas for your 2020 office Christmas party

'Party in a box' and other ideas for your 2020 office Christmas party

The pandemic may have put a dampener on many events in 2020, but this year's Christmas celebrations will have unexpected benefits, thanks to some popular COVID-safe options.

  • by Samantha Selinger-Morris
My first love offered me an early lesson in life and loss

My first love offered me an early lesson in life and loss

It didn’t matter to me that he was a bit rough around the edges, with a torn ear and scars from fights with other tomcats. It was love at first sight.

  • by Belinda Alexandra
After 18 years of marriage, these are the best ways my partner helps my anxiety

After 18 years of marriage, these are the best ways my partner helps my anxiety

Having a partner in life who wouldn’t give in to everything my anxiety asked for has been a lifesaver for me.

  • by Jodi Richardson
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The business cycle: how Flight Centre's Graham Turner helped son Matt pedal to success

The business cycle: how Flight Centre's Graham Turner helped son Matt pedal to success

Graham Turner, whose Flight Centre enterprise has been hit hard by COVID turbulence, has watched his son Matt's cycling retailer business 99 Bikes take off during the pandemic. They've supported each other through the ups and downs.

  • by Anne Hyland
'Leaving the land of romantic fantasy': why I chose to be a single mum

'Leaving the land of romantic fantasy': why I chose to be a single mum

Single women using donor sperm are one of the fastest-growing segments of the assisted reproduction business. One solo mum tells her story.

  • by Alexandra Collier
Robert Dessaix: Women create the world I like to live in

Robert Dessaix: Women create the world I like to live in

The author opens us on what he’s learnt about women and throughout his career.

  • by Robyn Doreian
'I don't crave the battle': the different goals that keep triple flag-winner Bachar Houli playing

'I don't crave the battle': the different goals that keep triple flag-winner Bachar Houli playing

Bachar Houli entered the AFL 14 years ago as its first orthodox Muslim. With the quiet strength of his faith and the beauty of his play, he’s changed the way the game understands itself.

  • by Konrad Marshall
With trick-or-treating off the cards, here's how to do Halloween in a pandemic

With trick-or-treating off the cards, here's how to do Halloween in a pandemic

It turns out that with just a little bit of creativity, there are plenty of great ways to get a little spooky on October 31.

  • by Larissa Ham