Sea change and see change

Sea change and see change

by Vivien Mitchell September 13, 2017

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Keep calm and shine on

Keep calm and shine on

by Vivien Mitchell August 30, 2017

Still, the overload is enough to make you want to sleep in and simply run away to a time before social media when we really did run free and didn’t have to wonder if our inner goddess was shining quite brightly enough.

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Find your porpoise

Find your porpoise

by Vivien Mitchell June 26, 2017

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Counter culture

Counter culture

by Vivien Mitchell June 17, 2017

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Cool to be kind

Cool to be kind

by Vivien Mitchell May 28, 2017

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Are you my mother?

Are you my mother?

by Vivien Mitchell May 13, 2017

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Beach tee party

Beach tee party

by Vivien Mitchell March 25, 2017

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King of the Middle

King of the Middle

by Vivien Mitchell March 07, 2017

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The sea word

The sea word

by Vivien Mitchell February 19, 2017

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Brief history of the rashie

Brief history of the rashie

by Vivien Mitchell December 03, 2016

Most Australians know the term “rashie.” It’s one of those affectionate names we give to familiar objects or places, a bit like Freo or servo, barbie or Vege, Swannies or schoolies. A rashie isn’t something you get when you’ve got a virus or have an allergic reaction, it’s something you wear to prevent, well, rashes. Or sunburn.

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The rainbow effect

The rainbow effect

by Vivien Mitchell September 22, 2016

There’s a creative distinction between innovation and inspiration. Where innovation – which is central to most start-ups – is often a planned and designed process to achieve something new; inspiration is at the very centre of creativity.

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Like sands through a tube of sunblock, so are the days of our lives…….

Like sands through a tube of sunblock, so are the days of our lives…….

by Vivien Mitchell February 13, 2016

The last thing in the world you feel like doing is getting tiny sandy hands to rub your back with sun block. Wouldn’t it be easier, and far more glamorous, if you could just stride with pride from the café, back to the car and onto the beach already wearing a rashie. And one that looks good? 

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