The Five Best Free Ways to Practice Self-Care

by Self-care has become a major talking point, with the issue of making ourselves a priority an important aspect to our overall wellbeing. Self-care is extremely valuable to help avoid burnout and the feeling of being constantly overwhelmed. The best part is […]

Digital Detox

by This is the perfect time to take a social media break, to free yourself of all the drama and start afresh. It doesn’t matter if you switch off for a couple hours or a couple of days, ridding yourself of the […]

Social Media & Autism

by A new study has found that people who spend the most time browsing social media, especially Facebook, showed some traits similar to those of the autism spectrum disorder, including an inability to read facial emotions. The study, by the University of […]

Is Instagram Killing our Self Esteem?

by Former editor in chief of British Vogue, 59 year old Alexandra Shulman shocked Instagram recently with her bikini selfie. Showing the world an untouched version of herself, she has gained thousands of likes and positive comments on the post, ranging from what an […]

The Bachelor – True Love or Truly Fake?

by The issue of diversity has become a constant discussion point in The Bachelor and other types of reality shows, with cookie cutter, blonde stereotypes representing what’s expected to be a sample of our population. The show cherry picks their own ideal […]

Social Media And Raising A Family

by Has It Changed the Dynamic for Better or for Worse? In the years since cord-free phones became the norm, phones and technology have become so heavily entrenched into our society. At first, texting was a revelation. But with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, […]

Sextortion ruins lives!

by Many parents worry about their children taking naked images of themselves and sharing them with people they think they can trust, however we also have to be careful. Yes us, the adults. As a major study continues in Australia into on-line […]