There is a growing movement around the world to escape the never-ending experience of lifestyle envy and get back to basics, based on the idea that life can be better lived by consuming and caring only for possessions we need.
Are you eyeing off your slow cooker now that the weather has turned cooler but lacking inspiration? Acupuncturist Russell O’Reilly has shared with Wellspring one of his favourite recipes which will step you through cooking lamb so that it falls off the bone.
How can you afford to eat healthy, organic food all the time? Rebecca Neale shares her top five tips for sourcing organic wholefoods on a budget.
Everybody is intuitive and, like any other skill, practice strengthens your ability. Allowing your intuition to guide you through everyday decisions like what to eat, what to wear, how to travel to work, who to spend your time with helps build that ability – and your confidence in it.
Naturopath Reece Carter share tips on growing a therapeutic garden, choosing herbs that have multiple medicinal actions.
It’s a well-known fact that breakfast is touted as the most important meal of the day. And while this may be so, creating quick, healthy breakfasts is something many people struggle with. Here are some ideas on how to construct a balanced and nutritious start to the day.
Checking in, scrolling, liking, sharing, following… Do you take the time to switch off to truly engage with the people and places around you?
Hot on the heels of the juice cleanse and the green smoothie is the new must-have health elixir: bulletproof coffee. But is it everything it claims to be, or just another bandwagon to jump on, powered by clever marketing and convincing blog posts?
One Queensland business is striking a chord through pioneering a unique model of care which embraces both sides of medicine to help people battling mental health issues.
Jeff Kennett talks to Wellspring about how he applied his well documented tenacity to establish not-for profit organisation beyondblue after leaving politics in what he describes as ‘the role of his lifetime’.
Chef Mike McEnearney shares how he turned modern dining on its head by combining his own spin on communal dining with the use of wholesome and responsibly sourced food at reasonable prices.
Melbourne naturopath Reece Carter tells how his unique brand of ‘garden pharmacy’ which is making the ancient art of herbal medicine new again.
The naturopathy student practitioners at Wellnation Clinic share their advice on how to enjoy the silly season without the ‘Remorseful January’ syndrome.
Nutritionist Briony Goldsmith shares how learning about food as medicine led to a flourishing career in the media.
Forget landscaping. Learn everything there is to know about foodscaping – the new obsession to hit the gardening world.
Nutritionist Fiona Harrington, 26, shares how she was nabbed by management to help build the company’s now enormously popular health blog Move Nourish Believe.
Wellspring speaks with seven Australians shaking up their industries to ask them to share the rituals which set them up for the day.
Voice expert Chris James shares how building a more conscious presence will help us become aware of the effects our words have on ourselves and others.
Briana Jenkins, 25, tells Wellspring about her green cleaning company and her products which are so natural you could eat them.
Nutritionist, author and entrepreneur Samantha Gowing shares her story of how she left her fast-paced career as a hat winning restauranteur to form her own unique culinary style which has been embraced across the world.