What began as one woman’s mission to share her health journey in the name of helping others is now a thriving multi-million-dollar business. But beyond the celebrity status and best-selling books, Jessica Sepel has remained true to her mission of helping others reach their health nirvana. Now, the nutritionist has answered the calls of her community and released a new supplement to add to her growing range: Hair + Libido.
The WILD Words Competition winner for fiction, Sarah MacDonald, explores nostalgia, memory and a sense of home in her short story Going Home.
Could there be a more fitting antidote to 2020’s isolation than communal bathing? As we return to public spaces, Australia is finally catching on to the ancient tradition of the bathhouse.
We enjoyed a three-day “babymoon” at Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, located in the stunning Gold Coast hinterland. There, we welcomed stillness, relaxation and pampering before life gets a little wild.
In a world that romanticises grandiose demonstrations of affection, it can be hard to recognise “love bombing” for what it is: emotional abuse. WILD Words Writing Competition winner, Isabelle Comber, explores why there is nothing romantic about this brand of “love”.
We chat to the co-founder of Shampoo With A Purpose to talk zero-waste beauty, how to swap your bottle for a bar and why your shampoo should be simpler.
The model minority stereotype characterises Asian Australians as smart, hard-working and compliant, but living this myth is far from rewarding. WILD Words Writing Competition winner, Aleczander Gamboa, unpacks the harmful narrative.
Feel trapped by your office job and wish you could live life on your terms? Remote working is on the rise, and in the post-COVID era it’s more popular — and easier — than ever.
Created to preserve traditional knowledge and support Warningakalina women, Bush Medijina is much more than a natural skincare brand. Now, the all-female social enterprise is expanding its product line and with it, its ability to empower more women. We catch up with board member and team mentor Lauren Lalara to talk about bush medicine and making a difference in local communities.
When times are tough, we often fall back on community: on the kindness and strength of those within our neighbourhoods, networks and families. We look at what it feels like to be part of a wider community that’s making a difference through mutual aid.