5 Safety Guidelines for Motocross Bikers (guest post)

Motocross is a form of off-road motorcycle racing held on enclosed off-road circuits. This extreme sport is grimy, it's edgy and gets the biker's adrenaline pumping. For a feel, check out this video: https://youtu.be/LjT3fzGK1oc Safety is everyone’s concern, whether you’re a motocross racer or a spectator. Accidents happen, but you can prevent them in some … Continue reading 5 Safety Guidelines for Motocross Bikers (guest post)

Nature’s healing effects on your mind and body

Guest writer Cloe Matheson is a huge nature fan based in New Zealand. When she isn’t hard at work or waking at some ridiculous hour with a brainwave and scrambling to find her notebook, Cloe loves taking short walks outside. She finds even just a few minutes absorbing the beauty of nature truly boosts her … Continue reading Nature’s healing effects on your mind and body

My personal tips for tattoo virgins

If you belong to that shrinking breed of people who've never been inked, you're probably still contemplating that oft-repeated question of tattoo virgins: Does it hurt? [I am asked this question EVERYWHERE... in offices, on the bus, at house parties, business meetings, one middle-aged woman poked me on the shoulder to ask me this question … Continue reading My personal tips for tattoo virgins

Latest Modern Forms of Psychedelic Art

By Kasmin Fernandes | Psychedelic art gets a bad rap because of its origins. It took off with the hippie counterculture in the late 1960s, and initially referred to art created under the influence of hallucinogenic substances. With its vibrant and neon colours, metaphysical and surrealistic symbols, extreme depth, geometric patterns and captivating typography, it … Continue reading Latest Modern Forms of Psychedelic Art

5 things I learned after getting tattooed

The growing cult of ink isn't for everyone. While some don't like the permanence of a tattoo, others are wary it might be too painful. But for those smitten by body art like me, these aren't even issues. In fact, tattoos are an ancient rite of passage in the tribal world, and there is plenty … Continue reading 5 things I learned after getting tattooed

#TuesdayTalk with artist manager Savi Shrivastava

You can take the woman out of music but you can't take the music out of the woman. I've been an album reviewer for four years (2012-2015) and a music correspondent much longer, so try as I might I couldn't resist this. An interview with an essential component behind the scenes of an indie band … Continue reading #TuesdayTalk with artist manager Savi Shrivastava

Foolproof ideas to make money online

Earn £100 a week from home through simple side hustles, and by Christmas you will have made £1000. No, this isn't an advertisement or scam. Blogger Emma Drew has created a free 10-week challenge which she promises can earn you a side income, reports Siofra Brennan in the Daily Mail. All the things she recommends, you … Continue reading Foolproof ideas to make money online

Sleep naked. It’s good for you

You are setting the environment right for a good night's sleep. The shades are pulled down, all the electronic devices are off and you've sipped on a cup of soothing chamomile tea to bring on the yawns. Did you get out of your pajamas yet? Science and common sense say it's good to be in … Continue reading Sleep naked. It’s good for you

Guest post: ‘Bombay Gal’ Arushi Dutt on going solo in Meghalaya

(Our guest writer Arushi Dutt is a vlogger. She covers the city of Mumbai on her YouTube channel That Global Desi and is a consultant itinerary expert for travel app GoPo. Whether Arushi is eating, interviewing or shooting, her mile-wide smile is always intact. Back from Meghalaya, she writes about going it alone for the … Continue reading Guest post: ‘Bombay Gal’ Arushi Dutt on going solo in Meghalaya

Life isn’t the same after solo travelling

(Guest writer Darshana Gupta quit her day job in Mumbai at a publicity firm and discovered solo travel back in December 2013. She writes about her insights and errors as an Indian woman on the road alone.) The decision of going with the flow was an unprompted one. Quitting my job and having nothing to … Continue reading Life isn’t the same after solo travelling