Cooking in self-isolation: Nourishing Club’s Ayurvedic kitchari recipe is good for the body and soul.
How do we preserve relationships with our partners, housemates or families while stuck in communal confinement?
Physical touch and face-to-face contact are important when forging intimate connections – so how do we remain close during times of global panic?
“It all started from the word ‘sexymental’, that we made up, trying to describe a feeling of intense attraction paired with a loss [of] rationality. It’s a mix of obsession and a sense of loss of control.”
The ultimate treat, and full of magnesium, Nourishing Club’s rocky road is practically a prescription.
How do we reconcile the parts of ourselves that seek to command in public spheres with the parts that crave to be dominated in private?
What can collaborations offer us in 2020, and how can we use creative practice to build meaningful change on topics like sustainability and social justice? RUSSH‘s Editor-in-Chief, Jess Blanch, asks these questions at Melbourne Design Week this Thursday.
Does your skin lack hydration, seem underwhelming or just a little off? The answer might lie in your gut.
“The two year production of this work has been one of the most breaking, triumphant experiences of my life.”
Change your environment, change your life. But when it comes to starting over should we be setting fire to the calendar?