It’s that time of year again – the sun is starting to burst through the clouds and there’s a buzz in the air. Spring Racing Carnival is well underway, and we’re here to help you plan your race day outfit – so you can look stylish, while following the right dress code with ease.
The arrival of spring = a fresh start. Warmer temperatures (finally!), budding blooms, longer days are just a few of our favourite aspects… but at the top of the list is Spring Racing. Fashion blogger Lisa Raciti, founder of the G’Day Girl shares her advice on how to survive on race day.
For some people, it’s easy to walk on the brighter side of life. Even if they’re sitting in traffic running late, or spilled coffee on their new white shirt – they can laugh it off with a smile (and mean it). Positive people: we see you, and we like your style. So we’ve collected 5 simple habits of positive people to help us all see a little sunshine on a cloudy day.
Our mothers gave us life, cared for us through infancy into adulthood and are always there to comfort us and give advice about everything from fashion to love. So what do you buy your Mum to say thank you for everything she does? Something thoughtful and elegant, just like her!
Whilst Mother’s Day is arguably the most important event in May, before or after the 14th are a plethora of events that you can enjoy, some even the perfect way to spend Mother’s Day. Find out what’s happening in May…
There’s nothing quite like a long weekend, not having to set your alarm for work on a Monday is one of the best feelings in the world, but it’s crucial not to waste those precious days off. What better way to make those extra days count than enjoying some local culture, food, music and comedy in your city this weekend.
From the Ocean Film Festival to a Brett Whiteley exhibition, find out what’s on in April in your major city.
International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated globally every year on March 8.