Despairing in the wake of anti-lockdown protests in Australia, Emily Writes searches for ways to fight the monster of ignorance and selfishness.
Turns out her reading is just as broken as her sleep.
An amphibian that lives for 15 years and whose needs are almost impossible to meet in captivity makes for a terrible pet, warns Emily Writes.
We thought the Farmers catalogue planning meeting couldn't be topped. But then Emily Writes obtained another exclusive transcript.
Across about a third of the country, parents are staring, empty eyed, into the middle distance, while their beloved kids unleash a special hell around them.
If you've been sharing the beach with the odd string of salps this summer, don't be alarmed – not only are they harmless, they play a key role in our marine ecosystem.
It's called 'dopamine dressing', and it promises to make you feel happier with just the change of an outfit. The notoriously colour-allergic Emily Writes took the plunge.
We sat down with a wine and read our books knowing the kids were safe because they were so loud we could hear them from literally every corner of the camp.