Family Dinners

“Kids, Dinner!” A phrase I am sure many of you have heard and indeed uttered at some point in your life. What usually follows is the whole family sitting around the dining table enjoying a meal while chatting about their day and current news topics. My family dinners took over an hour because my sister …

Meet Jossy Jimenez, our wellness – vulnerability teacher

Living in a generation with an eyes down culture where we are constantly on our phones, it seems so much easier to be vulnerable towards others behind the screen rather than off it. When I reflect on what vulnerability looks like today, it might be in instances where it feels much easier to ask someone …

man watching television

Is Television Still Alive?

Due to the creation of smartphones and tablet devices, we can only wonder, is traditional film and television still relevant in this day and age? I find myself constantly using the Internet clicking and scrolling through random videos making TV no longer my only source of entertainment. The online web AKA the Internet has introduced …

We won 2018 Melbourne Award for community contribution!

After a couple of rounds, a written submission and a presentation, this Saturday 17th of November was the Melbourne Awards Finalist gala. The Melbourne Awards are this city’s highest accolade and are a celebration of  inspirational achievements of people and organisations whose passion and commitment have helped make Melbourne one of the most liveable cities …

The Joy of Learning

We hear that knowledge is power but how does this affect us in our daily lives? The average human living in the western world spends 13 years in a school environment where we are taught in a certain way. The system follows a strict structure especially with science and maths subjects. That type of teaching …