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Rustica Sourdough

We write this as part of our Febfast where we gave up on added sugars! Rustica Sourdough is a bakery in Melbourne and here they are really popular with the locals in Fitzroy. So much so that there is another store in Melbourne central. This store would suit International students and locals just fine asContinue reading “Rustica Sourdough”

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6 essential stores that students should know about

Students need to go shopping but want to do it on a budget? Here’s where you can find low prices in the city! Daiso This store is all over the city and in all major shopping centres in Melbourne. We love them for their cheap household goods and foods. Here you can find their cheapContinue reading “6 essential stores that students should know about”

My morning routine which is stress free

Here is my morning routine which is stress free As bloggers we believe in being stress free and most office workers are not stress free when it comes to mornings and waking up half an hour before you have to rush out the door. Waking up half an hour before you rush out the doorContinue reading “My morning routine which is stress free”

RUSU Realfoods by Akira

RUSU Realfoods is in Building 8 right next to the Commonwealth bank in RMIT city campus. RUSU has recognized that there needs to be some affordable and healthy meals for students and staff on campus, hence this place. There isn’t much else around in terms of healthy and no added sugar foods. This has gotContinue reading “RUSU Realfoods by Akira”

Woolworths fresh fruit for kids

Woolworths has this awesome free fruit for kids which is available at their stores in the suburbs and QV. It is available in all 961 stores across Australia.  The free fruit is usually bananas, apples, mandarins, and oranges. All fruit which is winter fruits. The idea started in 2015 and ever since its growing popularContinue reading “Woolworths fresh fruit for kids”

Seven snack swaps

That are not sugary ones. We as office workers enjoy sugar, particularly at morning tea time. But did you know that too much sugar is bad for you? Not only is it bad for your teeth, it’s bad for your waistline. As sedentary people, we should aim to have less added sugar. Added sugar isContinue reading “Seven snack swaps”

17 Healthy places to check out whilst in Melbourne by Akira

The ticket for the Melbourne Marathon is expensive not to mention flights to and from Melbourne as well as hotel rooms. This list of places covers a wide range of cuisines and diets as well as all of their dishes is under $20 each. And that doesn’t include drinks as you should only be havingContinue reading “17 Healthy places to check out whilst in Melbourne by Akira”

Cheap and healthy ways for students to spend their one to two hour breaks

Here are some cheap ways for students to spend their time without breaking the bank and healthily of course! Visit St Kilda beach This is free and a good way to get outdoors. Here you can take the number 96 tram from the city to the beach. All at the cost of a daily mykiContinue reading “Cheap and healthy ways for students to spend their one to two hour breaks”

Crumbs Organic Bakehouse

This place is in Ascot Vale and they are known to do the best pizza. They are on a tram line and you can catch the 57 tram from the city to this place. Everything here is under $15 and most of the food is under $10. It is cash only. Their coffees are hugeContinue reading “Crumbs Organic Bakehouse”

Friends of the Earth cafe

I have been here a few times and enjoy their organic foods. This cafe is located along Smith st. Here they are run by volunteers. The food is seasonal meaning that you’ll get the best quality for food and your health. Here they have cheap food and drinks. My tea was only $4. I ranContinue reading “Friends of the Earth cafe”

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