The binary of “real life” versus “online” is full of grey areas and far more fluid than we think. Do we need to reconsider the weight and authenticity of our online interactions and reframe what we consider “real”? We take a look.
What’s your experience with contraception? Chances are at some point you have been on a form of hormonal birth control such as the pill. Times are changing, with women increasingly choosing to opt for non-hormonal methods.
Under the guidance of Kirsty Wirth and her team of expert practitioners at Kultured Wellness, we dedicate six months to getting our gut health back on track.
We’re sure you’ve experienced FOMO, the fear of missing out, but are you familiar with its more liberating antithesis, JOMO? Find out how to embrace the joy of missing out.
How does your gut feel when you eat real pasta? What about when you drink cow’s milk? Do you digest these foods with ease (lucky bugger) or does it feel like your gut is on fire? If it’s the latter, you must read this article.
Do you experience PMS symptoms like headaches, sore breasts, puffiness, acne, constipation or cravings? It’s time to pipe down and listen to your body — it’s smarter than you give it credit for.
Although a certain level of cortisol is good for you, when the wild beast goes rogue in your body, as it does in this fast-paced world, it can bring with it a few issues.
Have you ever considered the environmental impact of your period? We navigate the consequences of society’s obsession with disposable sanitary products and explore three reusable options that are kinder to the planet.
A search for ancient wisdom led Natasha Lewis on an international journey. After visiting more than 30 countries, Natasha had cultivated knowledge of indigenous plants that would enhance wellbeing and provide energy, from seaweed to Maca to superfruits. This intensive research […]
Did you know that one in four people experience mental health battles? Now more than ever before we need to learn how to best manage and respond to those who are struggling.