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  • 7 best apps for mindfulness

    Do you wish you had a better handle over your mind - without feeling like you're constantly at the mercy of every thought or feeling that pops up? We've compiled a list of our top mindfulness apps to help you foster greater self-awareness, self-compassion, and create more calm in your world.
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  • Not your usual mid-year reflections

    The middle of the year is a great time for reflection and we’ve got two great forms of reflection for you to try. These two new ideas have one thing in common: no judgement. So put away your ol' 2019 resolutions, tuck them somewhere you’d forget and let’s get started at turning this year into something we’re actually be proud of.
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  • Badass Women: Meg Walters

    Visual artist and huge fan of mother nature, Meg Walters ditched the drama of the music industry for a life in the rainforest. She uses her art to help celebrate the diverse landscape of Australia, which touches on themes of inter-connectedness, nostalgia and escapism.
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  • Badass Women: Flexmami

    Try to put FlexMami (Lillian Ahenkan) in a box. We dare you. Flex is a badass woman who is crushing life from all angles. As a DJ, MTV presenter, radio host, writer and social media wondress (we haven’t even covered all the boxes), she’s passionate about starting conversations around identity and intersectionality, and can be found dishing out no-bullshit self development advice on the daily via her bubbling Insta and Youtube channels.
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  • Badass Women: Erica Valenti

    When you hear the sound of roaring Harley Davidsons you’d be forgiven expecting them to be manned by big, burly dudes with beards. Enter Erica Valenti, a passionate and stereotype-smashing motorcycle afficionado. She’s doing awesome work making motorcycle culture accessible to a generation of women with her all-girl motorcycle group The Throttle Dolls.
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  • Badass Women: Jess Scully

    Jess Scully is an inspiring city councillor, creative industries expert, event director and public art curator. Through her projects, she uses creativity and the arts to engage communities in our knowledge economy, and with the public realm. She is the founding curator of Vivid Ideas, a cultural strategist for UNSW Art and Design, and is an active voice, fighting the good fight for creative industries and nightlife in Sydney.
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  • Badass Women: Jack River

    Jack River (Holy Rankin) is a Sydney singer songwriter who has been storming the airwaves of late with her imaginative, honest and catchy tunes. As the co-founder of Electric Lady Festival – a tour comprising of only female acts, she is a proud advocate for equality in the music industry.
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