NAVIGATING THE SEA OF CULTURE
Subscribe to our newsletter
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
FOOD & DRINK
RESOURCES & UTILITY
HOME & LIFESTYLE
EDUCATION & CAREER
HEALTH & WELLBEING
RELATIONSHIPS & COMMUNITY
The latest in internet slang
We help you decode the internet/the young in 2021
Revenge sleep procrastination
Why people have started sacrificing their sleep for more free time. Sleep schedules across the globe were one of the many victims of...
Gen Z in view
Gen Z are young, but they are powerful, and with the oldest of the group aged only 23, they are just getting started.
Covid continues changing life love and death
What are some of the continuing impacts COVID is having on some of life's fundamentals?
Rethinking rituals after covid
Photo by Emily Bauman on Unsplash With sudden structural hammer that was the pandemic, societal rituals were reshaped and often entirely...
2021 Colour Trends: Inspirational, evocative and usable!
After the year that was, the published 2021 colour trends have a big focus on invoking calm, harmony, serenity with occasional playfulness.
Dec 16, 2020
Cultural Icons of 2020
For better or for worse, we look at the people that made a big splash in 2020 George Floyd The tragic murder of George Floyd, by US...
Nov 30, 2020
How fluid fashion could shape our future
A dress on the cover of Vogue? Groundbreaking. Well apparently, it was! Last week former One Direction star and all-round-heart-throb...
Nov 5, 2020
Instagram works to rectify racial & size bias on their platform
Explicit nudity should be fairly easy to define. However, Instagram has been called upon to change their definition of the term....
Oct 7, 2020
Social media scrutiny and the doco causing it
Attention continues to turn towards social platforms negative impacts, in large part inspired by one documentary. Photo by camilo jimenez...
Aug 25, 2020
The push towards reality TV, real Australians, of all backgrounds
As 2020 pushes the world along on important social issues, will it be the turning point for a more representative reflection on...
Aug 10, 2020
Stand on your front porch and scream
While global hashtags and messages face backlash, Australians innovate to create both silly and very meaningful messages of support and...
Aug 3, 2020
Melbourne makes mask culture their own
Move over New York City, just because masks are mandatory and the marker of a pretty scary reality doesn't mean that we can't have some...
Aug 3, 2020
Consumers look local
Australian business is hurting. Years of drought, recent bushfires and the current COVID-19 pandemic have had a major impact, with nearly...
Jul 29, 2020
Dry July isn't the only month we're cutting back
While some stumble into July needing a break from too much drinking, the general trend toward a larger sobriety society continues to...
Jul 20, 2020
Some implications of longterm WFH arrangements
As working from home becomes a seemingly long-term plan, it's worth considering the social divide this could create as well as how it...
Jul 20, 2020
Honest comms & conversations about female anatomy
Source: Youtube - UNAPOLOGETICALLY, ANNOVERA: Annual, comfortable, controllable birth control Female hygiene and sexual health brands...
Jul 13, 2020
Has the dating game changed?
Like the rest of the world, dating will be different post-COVID-19. Hard enough at the best of times, once you’ve thrown in government...
Jul 13, 2020
A call to cancel 'cancel culture'
As dialogue around self-education and development accelerates, many are questioning whether cancel culture can sometimes be a limiting...
Jul 5, 2020
Are Gen-Z disproportionately impacted by the pandemic?
Gen Z are born between 1995 – 2015. For them, they are in their young formative years and yet have had to live through some key life...