Josh Quarmby

August 3, 2017

Blokepedia and the Importance of Men Having Conversations That Matter

The importance of men opening up and sharing their stories with each other is about more than just mental health. It’s about community. It’s about connecting.
May 17, 2017

Paralympian Adam Kellerman Shares His Personal Story Of Embracing Adversity And Finding Fulfilment

Adam Kellerman, 26, has represented Australia at two Paralympic games and ten World Team Cup's in his sport of wheelchair tennis. This in itself is quite an achievement, yet Adam's story of surviving cancer and overcoming depression is what many may say is his greatest achievement.
March 30, 2017

How To Deal With First-Time Dad Nerves

Dr Ryan Harvey is an experienced general practitioner, who is highly experienced with pediatric care. Dr Harvey has provided medical care to children and families in remote overseas communities. He is currently the Deputy Clinical Director at House Call Doctor, Queensland’s largest after-hours GP service.
March 22, 2017

How To Protect Your Assets During A Breakup

Often when people think of divorce they empathise with the emotional impact this has on an individual. What is often forgotten about is the major financial implication it has on both parties.
March 14, 2017

Why You Should Spend More Time With Your Mates

If it's a weekly card night, a couple of beers at the pub or a night at the footy - make sure you make time the time for your mates. It's good for you.
March 8, 2017

Tim The Barber Teaches You How To Master The Art Of Shaving

The human skin is like a stick. When it’s green (moisturised) it bends as you move it, just like a razor gliding over the skin underneath it flexing around the sharp cold steel. When a stick is dry (not moisturised) it breaks like dry skin scraped by a dull blade.
February 28, 2017

10 Responses To The Phrase “Man Up”

Man up. It teaches us men to suppress our emotions. We learn that feelings and the display of emotions aren't "manly traits"​.
January 31, 2017

Cracking The Lid On Bottled Emotions

In the time that followed my dad's death, those feelings of loss, hurt and anger bottled up in me. I was like a ticking time bomb. I would want to cry, but I kept suppressing those emotions. No one needed to know I was hurting. No one needed to see me cry. Men don't cry.