Tips for returning to normal life after COVID
So, you’ve just recovered from COVID. You might be feeling tired and unsure about how to get back into normal life. Here are our top tips.
6 ways to adjust to living with COVID-19 in the community
However you’re feeling about living with COVID-19, your experience is valid. Our six tips will help you adjust to this new way of living.
COVID isolation: Young people share their stories from iso
Feeling uncertain about having COVID or going into isolation is normal. These young people share what helped them stay positive through isolation.
Dealing with grief when something bad happens in the world
When something bad happens in the world, it's common to feel grief even if you aren't personally affected. Whether you're feeling angry, sad or guilty, here are things you can do to feel better.
The news and critical thinking: Why is it important?
We consume so much news, but how much of it can we really trust? Learn what media literacy is and how you can improve yours.
Quiz: Checking in with yourself
How are you dealing with the stresses of everyday life? Take this quiz to help you reflect and figure out what to do next.
6 tips for supporting a friend who's been sexually assaulted
It can be confronting when a friend tells you they’ve been sexually assaulted. Not sure what to do? Here’s how best to support them and yourself.
Q&A: What's it like to see a therapist?
Bryden and Nasalifya sit down to answer your questions about what it’s like to see a therapist.
How to be an ally to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Learn how to be a useful and respectful ally to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Top 5 motivation boosters
Are you lacking motivation at the moment? These tips will stop you procrastinating and help you get stuff done.
Practical ways to save money
Here are our top tips on how to save money as a young person, on food, bills, living expenses and entertainment.
How to cope if you've lost your job
Losing your job can be tough, but there are lots of ways to feel a bit better.
How Georgia stayed positive about Year 12 during COVID-19
Georgia talks through how she kept a positive mindset about Year 12 during COVID-19.
How Taliah pushed back against Indigenous stereotypes and statistics
Taliah shares how she chose to write her own story instead of falling into painful stereotypes, and how she took care of herself in the process.
Quiz: What's your at-home study style
This quiz is designed to help you understand what study style works for you, and offers a few tips to help you get the most from your study.
School and study
Starting university, surviving O-Week, staying safe during schoolies, worrying about failing a course, getting a job after uni. These are some of the issues we address here.
How to handle fear about the future: A guide for year 12 students
Knowing what to do after Year 12 can feel pretty stressful. Here are some tips for handling fear about the future.
Staying socially connected during coronavirus – with FlexMami
Flex Mami shares her top tips for staying connected whilst we’re all physically distancing due to COVID-19.
Stories from young people during coronavirus
Young people share the creative ways they are coping during coronavirus (COVID-19).
10 ways to take care of yourself during coronavirus
The global panic around coronavirus (COVID-19) can feel pretty overwhelming and stressful. Go easy on yourself and try some self-care activities that you can do from home.
Coping with stress from bushfires, floods, and other natural disasters
If you've been affected by a natural disaster, like a bushfire or flood, these resources can help you manage your stress and cope with impacts to your wellbeing.
You Can Talk
While it can be difficult to talk about suicide, research shows anyone can have a positive influence on a friend, family or work colleague they are worried about by starting a conversation and supporting them to seek help.
Sonboy yarns about his goals and role models
Aboriginal rapper Sonboy reflects on his childhood growing up in Redfern, 'The Block,' his role models and how he gained the confidence to focus on his music.
What reconciliation means to Sancia
National Reconciliation Week means something different for everyone; this is Sancia's story.
Yarn up is a safe space for First Nations young people to connect with community, hear from others, and access wellbeing resources and support.
Brisbane Hustlers on inclusive rugby
Meet Queensland's only inclusive rugby team. Gwyn, Leki, Pakia and Jason share their experiences of coming to terms with their sexuality and the role Brisbane Hustlers has played in that process.
Australia is one of the most multicultural countries in the world. Here's how you can celebrate Harmony Week or Harmony Day.
How to say NO to discrimination and YES to inclusion
Discrimination happens everywhere, all the time. Here's how to recognise it, and little but powerful things you can do to help!
Practical ways to cope with climate anxiety
Hearing about climate change can be distressing. Here are some tips on how to cope.
Wear it Purple Day
Wear it Purple Day is about fostering supportive, safe, empowering and inclusive environments for LGBTQIA+ young people.
The latest hot new series: to watch or not?
Unsure if you should watch that new TV show everyone's been talking about? Feel a bit iffy about it? This decision tree will help you.
Skateboarding: mates, tricks and beating challenges
Billy, Dave and Milo chat about how they got into skating, how skating has helped them and lessons they've learnt from it.
What Chinese New Year means to Roseanna
Roseanna shares her story of what Chinese New Year means to her, and how she celebrates.
Things to do if you’re feeling stressed about January 26
January 26 or 'Australia Day,' can be a hard time. Here's some ideas for how to take care of yourself on the day.
9 tips for getting your new year's resolutions back on track
New Year's resolutions not going to plan? Here are some tips to help you get back on track.
12 cheap ways to beat boredom these holidays
If you're short on cash, here's some fun and cheap things to do in the holidays.
Sancia shares what her Aboriginal culture means to her
In this short story named Totem, year 10 student Sancia Ridgeway explores the importance of her family and culture.
Schoolies survival kit
We've put together the ultimate Schoolies survival kit so you can make the most of your post-exam bliss!