Most Australians are in a fortunate position to be able to travel domestically within the next few months. Whether it will be travel for business, pleasure or reunions, the reality is that COVID-19 is still something to think about. There are some extra precautions you can take to protect yourself while travelling through airports and on a plane. Read on to learn more.
A lot of the data suggest that maybe we are using our phones too much. But it really is up to each person to decide when phones go from a help to a hindrance. And phone ‘pick-up’ is one of the new ways we can gauge it.
With summer looming and restrictions slowly starting to ease, we can all start to think about embarking on some road trips to whet our explorer appetites. To make preparing for a trip easier, we’re sharing our top tips for choosing the right luggage bag for your next escape. Read on to discover how to find the right bag below.
After many months spent isolated, Australia is finally looking like it might slowly start to open. You’d be forgiven if the prospect of travel – even domestically or a staycation within your own hometown – makes you nervous. But travel is more than just going to a new place and taking a look around. We help you revitalise your wanderlust by discovering how travel changes you for the better
Our luggage bags get put through a lot! If they’ve been used at an airport, they’ve passed through countless conveyor belts, many hands, and rested against other bags and surfaces. On road trips they inevitably rest on the floor outside, the car boot, and get stuffed with dirty shoes and clothes by the end of a trip. It’s only right that we take the time to deep-clean our luggage. Here's how
Mobile phone use is synonymous with almost every aspect of modern life, including cooking. Phones make converting measurements easier; help to answer cooking questions on the fly and make any recipe imaginable available at our fingertips. But did it ever occur to you that those very fingertips could be soiled with pathogens as a result of touching your phone? We take a closer look at our kitchen and phone use habits and how they can be improved to better our food hygiene.
Australians are an adventurous bunch, and with no end to the pandemic in sight, we’re narrowing our travel destinations down to what’s in our own back yards. Rightly so! We’re blessed with so many beautiful destinations and local businesses that could do with our support. So, we’ve compiled a list of locations close to each of the state’s capital cities to inspire your next staycation.
Staycations are likely to be much more common given current travel restrictions, but lockdowns and work-from-home mandates make discovering local gems exciting! Staycations are also a great way to support local businesses that are adjusting to a decrease in visitors from afar.
Working from home has been a blessing for many – no commute, more time to get things done around the house, no time spent getting ‘ready’ to be presentable. It has its perks. But for some, the office was a haven of productivity. Without co-workers or a boss to consider, it’s easy for your space and work habits to fall into disarray.