We love catching up with courageous, purpose driven women – I recently caught up with Tamara Brown, Founder of Raw Food Girl. She’s driven by her passion for health and nutrition and luckily for the rest of us, she loves … Continue reading Health & nutrition with Raw Food Girl, Tamara Brown
We invited Clinical Social Worker, Rachelle Mortensen to write a guest post for Omika, for World Autism Day. Rachelle is a Mental Health Social Worker from Happy Me, based in Narre Warren, Victoria. I’m pretty passionate about embracing our unique … Continue reading Embracing our unique selves
Today is World Kindness Day! The first person who sprang to mind was Elizabeth Kikkert. Elizabeth is a Tongan-Australian mother of five who serves as a member of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly. Elizabeth was recently appointed the Shadow … Continue reading World Kindness Day with Elizabeth Kikkert MLA
Each month we’ve been sharing one of Omika’s values – our fifth value is, “DISCOVER: Learn and immerse yourself in the unknown.” This value is important as it serves as a reminder to explore new ways of doing things, learn, … Continue reading The Bucket List Family
At Omika we have five values, our fourth value is: It’s incredibly easy to go through life, doing the same things, or doing things the same way. When we challenge ourselves, we give ourselves the opportunity to grow, to become … Continue reading Challenge yourself
GIVE, INSPIRE, ACT. These are our first three values at Omika. This month our focus has been on “ACT: be proactive and go the extra mile.” We value action because acting upon our thoughts and intentions makes all the difference. … Continue reading ACT: Be proactive and go the extra mile
Photos at Christmas are inevitable – here are three tips to bring out your best in Christmas photos: Choose flattering clothes: Too many patterns or bold prints detract from the real subject – you! Dark colours are slimming but clingy … Continue reading Look FAB in your Christmas photos!