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Snippet: Seasalt

  Seasalt have been around for a few years now. This is a cheap student eat. In fact they have two stores in Melbourne: one in Carlton and one in the city. This might seem like a going out place to you, but trust you me, this is not. In fact this is a healthyContinue reading “Snippet: Seasalt”

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Healthy Lifestyle Lounge Christmas party

Its Coach Katherine and Akira here wanting to talk about the Christmas party we just went to and enjoyed ourselves at. it was a frantic time at the supermarket for some waiting for the gift card to arrive and deciding on what to buy. In the end though we bought apples to this potluck loveContinue reading “Healthy Lifestyle Lounge Christmas party”

Snippet: Hamodava Cafe

The Hamodava Cafe is in Bourke st and is run by the Salvation Army which help the less fortunate people. You can get a meal here for cheap, close to $0. Here they serve lots of western foods such as pastas, turkey, pork, roast potatoes and the like. Here they also do some great desserts.Continue reading “Snippet: Hamodava Cafe”

Vapiano by RMIT Newintstudents

Vapiano is a pasta place in the heart of the city. It is in Flinders lane near the train station. Here they aim to cook food to perfection but each time we went the food keeps getting worse. This is in particular to the pasta area where there are some instances where pasta was notContinue reading “Vapiano by RMIT Newintstudents”

Ascot Food Store

    This is a health food cafe which RMIT Newintstudents went to. Here they use fresh produce which is sourced locally. Even their milk is sourced locally. The place is busy on the weekends and is quiet during the weekdays. There isn’t a lot of room for dogs although Amicus from Mon’s Adventures mightContinue reading “Ascot Food Store”

My Melbourne Transformation challenge by RMIT Newintstudents

I recently did the Melbourne Body Transformation challenge. Here this was a good way to meet new people as well as get some new tips about my diet and how to change it for the better. The challenge went for six weeks. During that time there were a few meetups and webinars in which I couldContinue reading “My Melbourne Transformation challenge by RMIT Newintstudents”

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