24 hours of #EverydayAustralia

24 hours of #EverydayAustralia

The “everyday” Instagram phenomenon began in 2012 with @EverydayAfrica, a platform for photographer Peter DiCampo to showcase documentary footage of the African continent. Since then, a number of “everyday” accounts have been founded in...
Social media revolutionises fitness

Social media revolutionises fitness

Social media is having an impact where once gyms ruled the day. With millions of followers on their Instagram accounts, online personal trainers have started a fitness industry revolution. Kayla Itsines, Ashy Bines and Emily Skye are among some of the top social...
The Word Virus

The Word Virus

Jayden McComiskie never wanted to be ‘Insta-famous’, but now he is and it’s paying off. He’s well on his way to making a living off something he loves, a dream creative artists and many others. The UOW Creative Arts student has over 29,000...
Instagram your way to happiness

Instagram your way to happiness

In celebration of the International Day of Happiness tomorrow, #100HappyDays is encouraging people to submit a picture of something that made them happy that day. Everyday. For one hundred days straight. Think you’re up to the challenge? #100HappyDays has said that...