Facebook: A Cautionary Tale

Facebook: A Cautionary Tale

Social media getting you down? This cautionary tale by Tulia Thompson is republished from her blog Pasifikan in Aotearoa.  The Facebook: a cautionary tale of silliness for writers and artists and feminists, and everyone who procrastinates and looks at pictures of...
Intuition and goal-setting

Intuition and goal-setting

Jessica Connor-Kennedy shares tips for setting goals with a focus on feelings and intuition. Firstly I want to acknowledge you for choosing to read this article and considering how to better yourself, aka thrive, in some way. Well done! Holly provided great support in...
Advice for the kiddies: Maintaining wellbeing during protests

Advice for the kiddies: Maintaining wellbeing during protests

This week we are pleased to be able to publish a post from some very special Nannas who have some tips for the kiddies on how to maintain your cool and avoid burnout during a protest action. Aspiring Nannas take note!  The Northern Rivers region of New South Wales...
Setting goals and changing habits

Setting goals and changing habits

This time last year I was deep into my New Year’s Resolutions. I was exercising regularly and eating healthily. A little over a year later I’m still exercising regularly and eating healthily – but it’s all feeling a lot easier. I’ve changed up some of my routines and...
Run to struggle, struggle to run

Run to struggle, struggle to run

  Jo Ball shares her introductory thoughts from a new blog about running and social change.   I have been trying to map out how long it has been since I started running. I remember going out in Camperdown memorial park in Newtown, that little park with the...