WEEK three of our Slim Chance Challenge certainly brought challenges but that’s all part of the weight loss journey.
BUSYNESS is a modern disease and its main victim is women, according to a healthy food expert.
WHEN Cristy Handcock joined our Slim Chance Challenge, she made a decision that would change her life.
REGULAR infections, rashes, tense muscles, insomnia, aches and pains and irritability are all signs that your body – and mind – are under attack.
IF YOU’RE fat, unfit and sick of it, you’re not alone. Almost two in three – or 63% – of Australians are now overweight or obese.
MY FRIEND Phil, a retired London hairdresser, recently observed how many attractive, well-groomed women over 40 he sees – and how few men.
IF YOU’RE into S&M; – and who isn’t – Larissa Zimmerman is the woman for you.
A colourful, masterly, backyard scene of a flock of chickens, stole organisers' and judges' hearts in the major Open Painting prize of the Bentley Art Prize.
TIPS for staying well all year round.
If you're still waiting for that guy you fancy to suggest coffee, or a dinner date, it might be time to turn the tables.
I am an editor with a broad range of interests including well-being, the environment, politics, lifestyle issues, social trends, sex and relationships and community. I am also a qualified counsellor and permaculturist, a dog lover and a yogi. I have written two books, Sex, Optimism and Surviving the 21st Century (Harper Collins) and Slow Sydney (Affirm Press). I love new ideas and people who think outside the box . I enjoy working in a close-knit community.