40 Days

It’s been 40 days since I lost my Mum. 40 days since I held her hand in mine, kissed her forehead and whispered “I love you” in her ear one last time. A family friend mentioned that in his culture there is a 40 day mourning period, though at this stage I can’t see an […]

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Zuma Bar and Lounge, Dubai

The Zuma Bar and Sake Lounge in Dubai was recently named one of the world’s top 50 bars. Seductively lit, atmospherically DJ’d and filled with an eclectic crowd, Zuma Bar and Sake Lounge is the place to go in Dubai to meet with friends, network or unwind with after work drinks. The elegant antique wood […]

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Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai

Sheraton Grand Hotel Dubai Review Chelsey Crafts

Meet the newest hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road, in the heart of Dubai’s business district – The Sheraton Grand Hotel Dubai. Only 10 minutes from Dubai International Airport, The Sheraton Grant Hotel offers luxury contemporary accomodation and dining. ROOMS Rooms & Suites | Club room, Deluxe Room or Deluxe Suite. Apartments | 1, 2 and […]

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Hari’s Vegetarian, Haymarket

Hari’s Vegetarian has been settling into the hearts (and tummies) of Sydney locals since 2013 and that hasn’t changed since their move from Ultimo to Haymarket in late 2016. The new location has fewer seats but a fresher feel and this works well with the popularity of the buffet meal deals and student discounts since […]

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Wellbeing 101: Happiness

What does happiness mean to you? Is it spending time with friends and family? Reaching a goal? A sparkly new purchase? Maybe it’s simply sitting back and reflecting on and being grateful for what you do have. This week in my studies of meditation therapy and holistic counselling we’ve been focusing on the foundations of […]

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Concrete Jungle Cafe, Chippendale

Amidst the herds of city offices, takeaway asian joints and hole in the wall coffee shops in Sydney city sits the rare and beautiful Concrete Jungle Cafe. Serving fresh local produce and great coffee, Concrete Jungle is an oasis from the city outside. With a focus on sustainable eating, the menu is primarily plant-based and […]

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Flying Fajita Sista’s, Glebe

In the heart of Glebe, along Glebe Point Road, Flying Fajita Sistas serves up small plated, handmade Mexican food alongside killer margaritas and is arguably some of the best Mexican food in Sydney. The restaurant has a funky vibe with rustic decor and large windows looking out onto the buzz on Glebe Point Road. The […]

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5 Simple Ways to Prevent Jet Lag

When traveling over different timezones jet lag can be hard to avoid. While our bodies are smart little things, it can take some time for our circadian rhythms to adjust, in the meantime keeping us wide awake when it’s late at night and making us want to crawl into bed in the middle of the […]

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