Revealed: Winners of Australia’s 2020 Houses Awards

Originally published on Broadsheet.

Modest and sustainable designs reigned supreme at this year’s celebration of Australia’s best residential architecture. And, as budgets shrink and the line between home and work blurs, the winners think the pandemic could change the face of home design.

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The Health Obsession to Know About: Orthorexia Nervosa

Written for Medibank.

Keto, paleo, flexitarian, juice diets, raw-food only – if you’re a social media user, repeated exposure to new diets and trends is virtually inescapable. It’s intensifying a new of eating complications, including the condition of orthorexia nervosa.

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Calling All Parents: Here’s Why Your Child Should Take a Gap Year

Originally published on Lonely Planet.

Watching your child set off on a long-term trip can be daunting… or even terrifying. Even if your budding backpacker is beyond their teens and reasonably responsible, for many guardians the worry never really goes away. 

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