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10 Questions with Jason Cook of Salus

We all love a good spa day, but we don't always have the time to squeeze one in. Enter Salus. After working in the fitness and spa industry for 20 years, Salus founder and owner Jason Cook noticed a gap in the market. His range of natural skincare products was developed to allow you to enjoy spa-level self-care from the comfort of your home. The brand's passion for natural skincare, Australian botanicals, and minimalist design speaks straight to our heart. We sat down with Jason to chat about everything from staying power to the importance of supporting local. Tell us about the early days. What did your career involve before Salus and how did Salus come about? Before Salus, I spent over 20...

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3 Things to Consider When Choosing Artwork for Your Home

Ready to brighten up those blank walls? Choosing the right artwork for your home can feel a little daunting at first. With an infinite amount of options, it’s hard to know quite where to start! While there aren’t any hard and fast rules (it’s more of an intuitive process than you might think!), we’ve compiled some guidelines to make the process a little less intimidating. Check out the three things that you should consider when hunting for artwork that reflects your personality and complements your space! 1. SizeNo matter what you may have heard, size does matter. Choosing artwork that’s too small can make the space feel incomplete or underwhelming. As a general rule, bigger is usually better because it creates...

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Get Shit Done: Steps To Assessing Your Goals Halfway Through the Year

Six months down. Six months to go. The beginning of the year is about new perspectives and high ambition, but that drive can slowly dissipate as the months tick by. The mid-year point is the ideal time to take stock, assess and adjust your goals. Here are three steps to help you achieve your goals by 2020. Goals Journal Reflect We’re often moving at such a fast pace and looking ahead to what’s next that we forget to take time to check in and reflect on how far we’ve come! Measuring our progress is the only way to know how much further we have to go. So, carve out some quiet time, grab your journal and take stock of your accomplishments....

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Interview with Kate Pascoe Squires of The Slowdown

In recent years, we’ve seen a significant shift away from the glorification of ‘busy’. We’re now hearing terms like ‘slow fashion’ and ‘slow food,’ which are concepts that fall under the umbrella of the ‘slow movement’ – a way of life that emphasises quality over quantity. It advocates the need to spend our time and energy mindfully and with purpose, and to savour moments rather than treat things as a means to an end. One seriously inspiring champion of the movement is Kate Pascoe Squires. After facing challenging health issues for a number of years, she decided she needed to start living a simpler, more conscious life. We sat down with Kate to learn how we can incorporate a little...

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Interview with Artist Danielle Cross

We fell in love with the art photography by Sydney’s Danielle Cross the moment we laid eyes on it. It’s bold and raw and she effortlessly captures different movement and textures, blurring the line between camera lens and paintbrush. Her work is equal parts tranquil and thought-provoking. As she explains – it’s the dance between what is comfortable and uncomfortable. We recently caught up with Danielle to chat about her creative journey, the soundtrack to her work and who her dream client would be. Let's dive in.

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