Life is stressful sometimes, which is why we need to do whatever we can to reduce our levels of tension and anxiety. The idea of squeezing stress balls isn’t particularly new, but squeezing a dude’s balls or a cute little beachy bum to melt your stress away IS new, and it’s absolutely genius.
We've found the quirkiest stress balls on the internet and you are going to want to buy them all!!!
The Stress Banana
It's kind of weird but this big old banana for stress relief makes the list because simply one squeeze will keep you as cool as a...
Thankfully magpie season is largely behind us in Australia, meaning our walk to work or home won't be interrupted by a swooping bird.
But if you feel like you want to revisit that chaotic time of the year and see it from the bird's perspective then do we have news for you.
An Aussie bloke has worked his backside off to create a video game which allows the user to play as a magpie. The sole aim of Swoopie Boi is to literally swoop 'posties, hipsters, and a bunch of other characters'.
The far south coast of new south wales is home to hundreds of pristine beaches, with stunning coastlines that span from Gerringong all the way down to Eden, if you wanted to see them all it would take a couple of months off work and the road trip of a lifetime but worth every kilometer.
Picking just ten beaches was extremely difficult so i might need to write another list in the near future but to start here are my all time favorites.
Dalmeny Beach, Dalmeny
Dalmeny Beach is 6.5 km long, an intermediate trek for those who like a...
This bushfire season we’ve lost a staggering one billion animals, with that figure only expected to rise.
It’s a haunting number, and is particularly distressing when you consider the sheer vulnerability of a wild animal.
But among the confronting images we’ve all seen of dying, dead and desperate animals in recent weeks, there have also been incredible tales of strength, compassion and hope.
For months, rescuers have been working tirelessly to protect and save animals caught in Australia’s bushfires. These are just a few of their stories.
For months, rescuers have been working tirelessly to protect and save animals caught in Australia’s bushfires....
An Australian farmer shared a heart-warming video of himself celebrating as torrential rain fell on his land after months of hot, dry weather.
Bushfires have been wreaking havoc in Australia for weeks on end, destroying homes, habitats and land, fuelled by a seemingly endless bout of hot weather.
This week, however, some residents finally felt relief as a ‘rain bomb‘ dropped on the country, with ‘most firegrounds’ feeling the effects, according to the New South Wales (NSW) Rural Fire Service.
One particularly elated local was Bryce Chapman, a farmer from NSW, who couldn’t help but express his excitement when the heavens opened:
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