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“How To Be A Sustainable Marine Tourist 101”

Written by Flynn Moore Marine tourism, especially boat-based tours & in-water experiences have been increasingly in popularity in recent years and even more so after the height of the pandemic as countries seek to promote their unique marine environments for “staycations”. Experiencing a country or region and its marine inhabitants from the water is a […]

Colour and creativity: Odd Orange stationery

For all creatives a notebook is their greatest partner. A close confidant to fill with secrets, mistakes, and unfiltered thoughts. It is a place for contemplation, experimentation, and creation. In choosing the perfect notebook to house all this there much to consider: the size, paper, weight, and design. Luckily Odd Orange has acknowledged all this […]

Food for thought: Rhia Cook on indie food publishing, inclusivity in the kitchen, and community

In the storm of a pandemic many people turned to the kitchen for comfort. The same can be said of Rhia Cook, Editor and creator of Potluck, cheerleading a new cohort of food writers and lovers alike. Birthed in May of 2020, Potluck was a response to the media Rhia was consuming during the start […]

Lorde’s Solar Power is a joyous rebirth

Thursday morning (10/06/21), Twitter entered a moment of pure ecstatic hysteria and elation. The first single – Solar Power- from Lorde’s much anticipated upcoming album of the same name was briefly available on streaming services in select countries, followed by an eruption of online leaks. Reactions varied from jubilant celebration to appeals to delete the […]