Wellbeing clippings 


The pleasure of making a meal for one

For Oh magazine

 'Diversify your pursuits' 

Why a toolkit of hobbies could be a better buffer for your wellbeing than regularly practicing just one pastime

For Breathe magazine

 'Letters from the heart' 

Words penned on paper and sent to a friend or relative

can be life-affirming and enduring

For Breathe magazine

 'Lost and found' 

Jenny Rowe makes the case for swapping your smartphone for a street map

For Be Kind magazine [TBA]

 'Why excessive running is not your answer to the post-uni slump' 

I learnt it the hard way

For Quarterlife online magazine

 'Cultivating your social network' 

How to overcome loneliness with what you already have

For Planet Mindful magazine


Taking special care, one stitch at a time

For Oh magazine

 'How to survive being at the "kids' table"

at Christmas in your 20s' 

A game plan can make the whole thing more bearable

For Quarterlife online magazine

 'Beyond the thrill' 

Why is it that some of our worst nightmares form the backbone of popular entertainment?

For Breathe magazine

 'New words for a new world' 

How language affects our mental health

For An Inkling journal

 'Sociable sharing' 

How to harness the psychology of sharing and

connect responsibly on social media

For Breathe magazine [TBA]

 'Sex ed reboot' 

Jenny Rowe examines the evolution of sex education as new guidelines give the subject a much-needed upgrade

For Be Kind magazine

 'Seeing the world in words' 

How writing poetry can help you digest your reality

For Lionheart magazine

 'Turn the other cheek' 

How to disarm rudeness and safeguard your sweetness when things turn sour

For Breathe magazine [TBA]

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