To stop doing things that don’t matter seems like an obvious one, but in actual fact, it’s not. What you think you prioritise and what you actually prioritise are two different things. Most of us have common priorities on the list, like exercising and spending time with family for example, but in reality, we might […]
Ella is a freelance travel and wellness writer based in Fremantle, Western Australia. She's featured on Tourism Western Australia, The Australian Traveller, Fete Life Magazine, The Urban List, Broadsheet, Thought Catalog, Intercontinental, Elephant Journal, Furthermore Equinox and more.
Entries by Ella
Camping is one of the best ways to reconnect with nature and benefit from the perspective and feeling of wellbeing that spending time outdoors can bring. Chloe Sparkes and Clint Collins know this all too well, they’re the couple behind Wild Goose Glamping, a luxury camping experience in the Margaret River region. They frequently camped […]
Not to be confused with loneliness, solitude is a constructive solitary state that scientists say is absolutely essential to creativity. Apps and podcasts rob us from otherwise natural moments of solitude and the creative breakthroughs that happen in extended periods of silence. In his book Imagine, Johan Lehrer shares his research on the link between […]
Feeling fulfilled comes first with gratitude. Having everything would feel like sweet nothing without it. Winterwares is a place that we try to practice gratitude every day and it fills the space and the people in it with more calm, peace and joy. From deepening relationships, our sense of self and even our sleep — […]
Mindfulness is fast becoming the antidote to stress for modern society and there’s many ways to practice it, from meditation, walking and even eating mindfully. Author Don Gerard shares a guide to eating mindfully through his book One Bowl, a concept intended to make people more aware of the food we eat, how and what […]