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How to Achieve a Productive Work Environment

By On October 5, 2015

My socks were rocked a few days ago when I saw multiple sources cite that Sweden announced it would be shifting to a six-hour workday. Of course, alarm bells might go off… Read More

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How to Bug-Proof Your Home

By On October 5, 2015

Being a young guy with mobile, independent and adventurous friends I have seen my fair share of share house living, and, let me tell you, not all of it has been pleasant.… Read More

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Absinthe at Spiegeltent

By On September 25, 2015

Looking back on my 26 years, I don’t have too many good memories that involve the circus. There was that horrible travelling show with the two depressed male lions that I remember,… Read More

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A Season For Picnics

By On September 25, 2015

Picking a favourite season is difficult. Summer, there’s the beach. Autumn, it’s crisp. Winter, it’s time to rug up. Spring, flowers are blooming, the weather is improving and the days are starting… Read More

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A Tale Of Two Most Liveable Cities

By On August 19, 2015

I really do feel like every other day there is a new ‘independent report’ that cites Melbourne as being the world’s most liveable city. I could substantiate this with a quick Google… Read More

Design & Products

Find Your Interior Style and Run With It

By On August 14, 2015

I’ve got into this terrible habit lately of following luxury interior Instagram accounts. That doesn’t sound particularly concerning straight off the bat but it’s gotten to a point where I don’t think… Read More

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The Joys Of Beginner Cycling

By On August 13, 2015

Unlike taking up other hobbies in adulthood, I didn’t approach learning to cycle with any of the hesitation or trepidation that one might, when, say, deciding to learn a new language or… Read More

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Surviving Melbourne’s Winter (When You’re From Sydney)

By On July 2, 2015

By all accounts I really should be used to this freezing Melbournian weather by now. It’s day five of a road trip that I’m on with two mates travelling from Sydney down… Read More

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Dinner Parties: Food for Thought

By On June 10, 2015

At this stage of life, when some people are putting deposits down on their first homes, others are completing PhDs, old friends are finding new lives overseas and the weddings and babies… Read More


The Happy Sailors Barber Shop

By On June 1, 2015

Behind the lens of most of the photos taken for Spit Press is my good mate and freelance photographer Cameron Taylor. When I met Cam a few years ago he was far… Read More

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By On May 19, 2015

I’m hesitant to post this article because – full disclosure – it’s about a $43 water bottle. But despite a big part of me screaming ‘find something people will find valuable to… Read More

Music & Media


By On May 13, 2015

I’ve never been truly privy to the inner workings of the Australian music industry, but for someone whose primary mode of expression is the written word, I’ve been considerably lucky to have… Read More

Thoughts & Opinions


By On April 29, 2015

I don’t have the energy to sound off on the death penalty right now. We know it’s nonsensical and faced with this morning’s harrowing media reportage, I can’t yet brace myself strongly… Read More