Category Archive: lifestyle

What’s Your Timepiece of Choice?

Timepieces are for everyday. Picking the correct one is pretty important because it completes a look, displays the time (obviously) and is a forever item. Somethingyousaid.com’s top tip? Don’t choose a watch you’ll get… Read More

On making friends with strangers

Somethingyousaid.com’s Addy Fong attended the second birthday of The Ritz in Marrickville… To be honest, I’ve never really liked attending parties or social gatherings. Perhaps this is because I tend to feel uncomfortable in… Read More

Sponsored Post: The Tough Sell

Australia’s vast Outback is the setting of cinematic landscape, unspeakably sweltering days and surprisingly freezing nights. It is also the home of no-nonsense locals. Just ask our editor, who spent an extended period of time there and… Read More

Learning to skate on the Penny Longboard

Somethingyousaid.com’s Melissa Barrass (pictured, above) ditched work on Friday and kept the good times rolling with the new 36” Penny Longboard… Ahhh Friday, the glorious last day of the week. The day where you… Read More

Love’s voice is louder than hate. #lovewins

The colours of the rainbow brightened our Facebook newsfeeds last week as users updated their profile pictures in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in favour of marriage equality. Same-sex couples can… Read More

Food: HelloFresh is here to help

Living in the suburbs has numerous advantages. It’s quiet, rent is (still heartbreakingly extortionate but a little) cheaper than in the city, meaning you can afford somewhere that fits all your stuff in it and still… Read More

Things not to discuss on a first date

How would you rate your dating skills on a scale of brilliant/good/average/poor/fucking horrific? Yeah, us too. So here’s Jess Matthews to help, with a list of things you should never discuss on a first date,… Read More

Prepare yourself for City2Surf

Fetch your discarded joggers from the bottom of the wardrobe, because Sydney’s famous and mega-popular road-running event, City2Surf, returns in August for another edition. The annual event will once again see 80,000 healthier… Read More

Martin Buber on Treating One Another Better

Chloe Mayne looks at one of the most striking works by Jewish philosopher Martin Buber: How can we adjust the way that we interact with the world in order to value it in… Read More

The Four Quarters is absentmindedly nerdy

Somethingyousaid’s Kaya Strehler gets her booze/vinyl/gaming on… I was recently lured into this event with the words ‘arcade games’ and ‘beer’ which pose as word-porn for myself. I’m simple minded, what can I… Read More

Sponsored Video: Sydney Swans Fan Support!

We all know that, barring few and far between moments of glory, supporting a sports team is generally quite a chore. When they’re losing a game you’re miserable, and when they’re in a winning position, you’re… Read More

Product Review: Samsung Portable SSD T1

Recently, I happened to be at Sydney’s ever-iconic Opera House at the same time The Ginger Prince, that young scallywag Harry, visited. I mention this only because his royal lordship wasn’t the most impressive thing… Read More