Celebrating Girl About Town’s New Look

I recently attend a stylish soirée to celebrate Girl About Town PR’s new look, and it made me think….

What did it make me think about you ask? Well, it made me think about changes that we go through in life, new beginnings and how we deal with these. For a lot of us change is something we just don’t embrace, when we transition from different stages in life we tend to focus on what we are loosing rather than possible gains. So what if, instead of focusing on the not so great aspects of change, why not look at the part that might actually be for the better. I know it sounds a little cliché, but seriously why not just think about it, or even go one step further and write a list, list the gains and list the ‘not so gains’….this just may give you a reminder that it’s not all bad!

Now, back to the event, so Girl About Town (GAT) are definitely embracing change and looking at it in such a way that is showing us that everything in life goes through changes, whether we are talking about trends, businesses, people, families etc, we all go through different stages and different changes, how you work with it, and how you let it effect you is what matters, so lets all take a leaf out of the GAT book and celebrate it!

Here are some photos from their beautiful celebration held at the Mini Car Showroom

(Photo credit: Teo Magazine)

 (Godi La Vita)

Feast Festival Program Launch

I recently attended the launch of Feast Festival and it was an exciting taste of what’s to come.

Feast Festival is a celebration of Adelaide’s LGBTIQ community and culture, with events, performances and guest appearances spanning from the 14th to the 29th of November.

I love that the theme of the festival this year is “Come As You Are”, which creates a space for anyone and everyone to feel accepted and comfortable with who they are. If it was up to me I would make “Come As You Are” the theme of life in general.
Check out the Feast Festival website to see what’s to come….one thing I know most people are excited about it that Concita Wurst is the ambassador and she will be here in Adelaide for the festival!

Asia Fest 2015

For those of you who missed out on Asia Fest last year (myself included), I am so excited to share with you that Asia Fest is coming back to Adelaide this October!

Asia Fest 2015 will spread over 10 days and promises to take guests on a journey to Asia, for those of you who have never been to Asia, you’re in for a treat and for those of you who have been but want  to go back, here’s your chance. From the 2nd to the 11th of October, Rymill Park will be transformed into 5 different countries; Korea, Japan, China, Vietnam and Thailand.

Last week, Asia Fest organisers gave media a taste of whats to come, from the food, music and cultural performances, there will be something for everyone. Over the 10 days we will be able to experience Asia in Adelaide including back street markets, garden cinemas, floating markets, a karaoke container and much much more.

I can’t wait till October 2nd, and I’m sure you can’t wait either…to enter you must purchase your passport and you have a choice between going economy, business or first class…If I was you I would definitely go first class as it comes with perks!

 Asia Fest