Category Archive: lifestyle

Something You Said’s top podcasts of 2017

There were some cracking podcasts for us to plug into our ears last year. Here are the top ten of 2017, as voted for by our team of contributors

It’s Something You Said’s fifth birthday

Five years ago, we launched our website. To mark our birthday, here are five highlights since the beginning of SYS.

You’ll find what you’re looking for in Budapest

As lazy as it sounds, it’s hard to think of a better way to sum up Budapest in a nutshell than to compare it to Berlin.

Xmas gifts for music lovers and others

Ah Christmas, that time of the year where you spend hours frantically running around heaving shopping malls stressing your tits off.

Oh Manchester, by Samantha Allemann

Don’t tell a Mancunian their city is the best. With pride for their arch rival footy sides, vibrant gay village and buzzing nightlife, they well know it.

Review: The Rocks Aroma Festival

There were over 60 stalls of coffee roasters, herbal teas and heart-warming cocoa, hand-made sweets and gourmet savouries.

Two days in the Rainforest

A Butterfly dances in the morning sunlight in front of my eyes. She is black and white and she flutters, atop the green vine.

Urban Yoga offers an encouraging atmosphere

When you enter the yoga studio itself at Urban Yoga in Sydney, it feels like the audio visual scene in She’s All That.

Celebrate Air Max Day in Sydney

We headed along last night to the Nike Sportswear Air Max Lab for a sneaky preview ahead of its official opening this Saturday.

Check out the A-Z of Music Festivals

You’ll meet new friends at 4.27am… maybe even new partners. You’ll dance like a maniac to a newly-discovered favourite band…

Photos: Keep Sydney Open Rally

Unless you’ve had your eyes/ears tightly closed, you’ll know about the massively-attended Keep Sydney Open rally last weekend.

The Quirks of Intimacy – The Two Of Us

Ah, intimacy. The delicate and sinewy thread that we weave between ourselves and others like gentle spiders, shyness giving way to a slower and stranger blossoming, moving in crests as we watch and… Read More