One of the beautiful things about life, is that we discover new things which we love. South Australian photographer, Tahnee Granger, tells us how she became a photographer and talks with us about finding purpose, courage and laughing your way … Continue reading Foraging Fields: Take five with South Australian photographer, Tahnee Granger
At Omika, we seek to inspire others – it’s one of our most important values. Today, we spend a moment, in awe, with Rebekah Petty, principal dancer with the Victorian State Ballet. Rebekah, tell us a bit about you. My … Continue reading Never, ever give up: principal dancer, Rebekah Petty.
You know those moments when you’re full to the brim with excitement, where everything around you suddenly has this golden glow and you feel like the world is at your feet? One word: engaged. What a golden time in life, … Continue reading Adventure of a lifetime: Ariel + Spenser
Melody Dexter, Founder of Omika In 2016, Australians spent $21billion on online retail, with 24% of this spent on fashion (NAB 2017). Online shopping is incredibly convenient, it’s fast and opens up a vast banquet of shopping choices. Without an … Continue reading How to shop safely online [infographic]
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
Today is World Music Day. A few years ago, I met this young, jaw dropping individual who not only studied nursing, midwifery AND interior design, but at the ripe old age of 25 is the Founding Director of West Coast … Continue reading From Midwifery to Music – Founding Director Kathryn Raats
We’re not going to lie – building and running a business is incredibly challenging – but one of the things that makes it all worthwhile, is knowing that we are making a difference in your lives. We cannot express just … Continue reading Thank you!
Some have their ultimate palette of colours that they love to wear – for me – it’s black. Well, lots of black, a bit of blue, a splash of purple, a hint of pink, and then there’s the one red … Continue reading Love pink? Take a wander through our latest styles…
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
This Friday is the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence. Omika aims to help women live courageous, purpose driven lives – living courageously manifests in many ways, such as standing for what is right. Whilst this national day … Continue reading I’m Not Clay – Bullying No Way
We are honoured to feature a guest post by Ariel Pearse, Miss Tourism International 2016/17. Ariel has lived in both Auckland and Brisbane, she is studying social entrepreneurship and has volunteered for eighteen months as a missionary for The Church … Continue reading International Women’s Day
What is your definition of a modest dress? Some define modest clothing by how much skin is showing or covered, perhaps by how tight or how loose the outfit is. Perhaps a dress is skin tight or form fitting, perhaps … Continue reading Modest dresses at the Golden Globes 2017