Okay so if you grew up in Australia in the 2000’s you probably had one of these bad boys in your CD rack. If you didn’t you missed out and can thank us later for enlightening you to the musical JOY that comes with listening to a So Fresh compilation CD.
So it’s International Women’s Day and we here at Uninhibited couldn’t be any more proud to be chicks!
A huge aspect of Uninhibited.co is self expression and being proud of who you are, unselfconsciously. So as it’s International Women’s Day, we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to reach out to a few women who seriously inspire, empower and support us and ask them to answer the question:
What is one thing you LOVE or are PROUD of about yourself?
A series of Court’s favourite images over her gap year travels.
Ah the side hustle, a term you may or may not be familiar with that seems to be popping up left, right and centre.
Many of you creatives out there will be well aware of what a side-hustle as you’re probably juggling one or two yourselves however for those who don’t, a side hustle, generally speaking, is a passion project that someone works on in their spare time.
With 2017 officially in full swing, high hopes for the year are still lingering as everyone cracks into achieving their new year resolutions and enters the year feeling refreshed and full of that summer positivity.
So with all these self-transformation, new year new me feels going on, we thought we would hit you with a bit of social media transformation to kick off your 2017 nicely, and to make sure you’re getting the best possible version of your Insta, Facebook, Snapchat or whatever other social media platform you use.
Below we have OUR top 5 tips to clean out your social media channels, in order to keep up those positive vibes and transform your newsfeed into something that LIFTS your mood and doesnt de-falte it..
*DISCLAIMER: First and foremost, I want to make clear this is not an attack on men. I write this in a country where inequality is far more in your face on a daily basis. I have personally experienced sexism, groping, and objectifying stares on… a DAILY basis. The sad reality is that societal norms and expectations create this reality, not men themselves. And we (men and women) are at fault and fall victim to these “norms” and are equally responsible in the fight to change them. Thank-you to the millions and billions of beautiful men out there who shine amongst those whom we are meant to be “scared of.”
So it turns out that not all copy cats are from Ballarat, SHOCK. (For those with no clue what I’m talking about right now, ignore this reference, Ballarat is a freezing big town/small city in regional Victoria, Australia).
Lately, as we’ve been developing and growing the blog, the subjects of ‘copy cats’ has been playing on my mind. Do copy cats even exist in this modern world? Hasn’t everything been done before? Do original ideas even exist? What is creativity these days? I could go on with these curious rhetorical questions forever, but for your sake, I won’t.