Five Ways To Live More Sustainably

Every day we have the ability to make choices in what we consume, and what businesses we support with our money. Every product has an environmental footprint, which is why it's good to purchase items that have minimal packaging. Every person has an impact and affect on the environment, from what we choose to eat,… Continue reading Five Ways To Live More Sustainably

Kate Sylvester: Kraftwork

Juxtaposing traditional craft techniques with modern fabrications, the collection is an exploration of energetic colour, geometric shapes and the pixelation of video games. Evolving from a personal tapestry project of Kate’s, the tessellating artworks she was hand stitching became the foundation for Kraftwork’s signature prints. Introducing Reloved, which is a new platform for those to… Continue reading Kate Sylvester: Kraftwork

Lack of Privacy

In the digital age, the question of privacy seems to be ever changing, as large corporations have an increasing amount of information on individuals. Reading Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now by Jaron Lanier, was eye opening and makes you ask a lot of questions in regards to privacy, technology and… Continue reading Lack of Privacy

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck

Reading is one of those activities that builds empathy, expands your imagination, allows you to see things from a different perspective and gives you space to learn and go on adventures all in your mind. Some of the greatest ideas that pop up are when I'm reading or engaging in a DMC with friends. As… Continue reading The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck

Kowtow Winter Collection 2019

Founded in 2007 by Gosia Piatek, Kowtow is a label committed to creating positive change. They only use renewable and sustainable fibres and ethical manufacturing to deliver collections that are utilitarian, minimal and carry an understated sense of femininity. The Composure Cardigan is on my wish list after seeing my beautiful friend wearing the navy… Continue reading Kowtow Winter Collection 2019

Social Media And Seeing The World Through Filters

When you think back to when you were a child, what do you remember? I think of the moments where I could crouch down and stare at a snail with so much curiosity, and it would be exciting and intriguing. The trail of ants as they strongly lift food back home or the hours spent… Continue reading Social Media And Seeing The World Through Filters

The Importance Of Keeping Your Mother Tongue Alive

Growing up as a bilingual child, I remember my Father telling me that I would speak to the neighbours in Mandarin with a Kiwi accent! It was before I started learning to speak English around 4 years old, and I could only get a grasp of what English sounded like. Mandarin is the first language… Continue reading The Importance Of Keeping Your Mother Tongue Alive

Opening Up About Not Feeling Skinny Enough

I feel a little scared to write this. I was around twelve when I started weighing myself on the scales. I ran in the morning before school, and straight after school when I got home. I drank a lot of water and I ate as much as I liked because my metabolism was a skyrocket.… Continue reading Opening Up About Not Feeling Skinny Enough

We Are Afraid Of Showing Vulnerability

I was sitting in a tutorial last week, and my dear friend said something that was so gold and rang with so much truth. We were supposed to be having a class discussion about social media dating, but it somehow led to social media, friendship and uni life. I raised my hand and said, "I… Continue reading We Are Afraid Of Showing Vulnerability