Have you ever felt lovesick? A desire so strong for someone that thoughts of them take up every waking moment of your day? Welcome to the world of limerence. We explore the complexities of love and limerence, life as a “limerent” and how to form healthy relationships.
We chat to LBDO founder Rachel Baker about redefining and destigmatising sex, self-pleasure and whole-body wellness.
The female form comes in all shapes and sizes, so why are so many of us unsatisfied with what we’ve got? Lauren Furey delves into breast size and body image, and reflects on her own journey of learning to love her A cups.
Are you racked by productivity guilt? We explore how the hobby got ousted by the side hustle and why commodifying your leisure time isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Dubbed generation burnout, millennials are shackled to the notion that no matter what we achieve, it’s never enough. But when you try to “have it all”, you miss the enjoyment of having just what’s important.
Your mood is not informed by which side of the bed you get out of, but by a chain reaction of triggers, emotional response and negative self-talk. Understanding this domino effect will allow you to take ownership of your bad moods and turn them into your best life.
Glossy women’s magazines were once to blame for promoting unattainable standards, but in the curated world of wellness Instagram, nothing short of perfect will do.
Ahead of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we sat down with breast cancer survivor and awareness advocate Rebecca Angus to chat about her journey.
The WILD Words Competition winner for fiction, Sarah MacDonald, explores nostalgia, memory and a sense of home in her short story Going Home.
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.