Your Guide to Uni Catering

As a uni student, I diligently attend the information seminars and careers workshops, expecting to take down lots of notes and walk away with my entire life plan organised and decided. I grace my peers with my attendance at socials hosted by clubs and societies.

Actually, that’s a complete lie. We all know why we attend these events. Food. In particular, free food. Continue reading

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Healthy Alternatives to Kid’s Party Food

It is no secret that at a kids’ (however big or small) party, the guests are greased up with quintessential party foods: cake, pizza, chips, fizzy drinks.  But the thought of sugar-fuelled five year olds can make any adult weep, and, in the long run, these treats instill unhealthy habits. Continue reading

One Simple Step to a Risk-Free Work Party this Christmas

It’s the silly season again and offices all over Sydney are decking the halls and celebrating with their office colleagues.

The one step that helps you to deal with colleagues like this…

We’ve all heard stories about office Christmas parties gone awry. Most office parties offer copious amounts of alcohol. Some hapless employees find themselves overindulging, resulting in sore heads and embarrassing trips to the boss’s office the following day to sheepishly apologise for that impromptu desktop strippergram or chatting up the CEO’s wife.

Although the vast majority of employees behave as they should – it’s an office party and therefore an extension of the workplace where employees should be acting professionally – you can help your colleagues avoid the Talk of Shame with one simple step. Continue reading