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bella rae magazine

bella rae magazine Issue 13

bella rae is a quarterly magazine for young women. In the pages of bella rae, you will find a vibrant collection of diverse people with real stories, craft, artwork, recipes, music, fitness and wellbeing. We are unique, fun, and passionate – just like our readers! We value young women and want to challenge them to dig deep, think hard, and be real.

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3 Min.
let’s agree to disagree, gently

It’s good to be passionate. It feels good to get fired up. But what if your point of view clashes with someone else’s? Can you still be friends? Can you be kind, decent, considerate and patient towards someone you disagree with? How loudly is it OK to roar? I was hanging out with mates a while back and one friend was putting forward her point of view on a particular political topic, and it wasn’t so much what she said, but the way she said it, which left everybody else quiet. She was so certain, so vehement, so fierce, she didn’t leave room for anybody else. I didn’t agree with her, but I didn’t feel free to say so. I wasn’t up for a fight. I didn’t want to hurt or embarrass…

1 Min.
bella rae

bella rae team editor-in-chief henrietta lee creative director kandice orford editing team henrietta lee, deryck thomas, nancy thomas administrator selena protheroe bella rae committee julienne doran, henrietta lee, dawn osborne, letitia shelton superstars cielo klass, emily munro, liz schultz, anna schwenke, emma shepherd, katherine willis founder elizabeth hamilton issue 13 contributors writers ruby vanilla appleby, tui dougiamas, elissa dowling, cat duffy, gabrielle gassin, laia grau, steph hall, cielo klass, naomi lamont, hannah lawes, henrietta lee, emily munro, caitlin newton, liz schultz, anna schwenke, alexandra stewart, nancy & deryck thomas, mickayla walker, jessica & joshua willis, katherine willis illustrators michelle clarke, annabel kate, kate lund, nanda broekhuizen photographers rachael baskerfield, tash curato, melissa darr, bridgette howley, laurence kong, anabel litchfield, marcus oostenbeoek, kandice orford, aditya rao front cover photographer laurence kong back cover artist nanda broekhuizen special thanks rae evans, wendy francis, katrina & adrian hobbs, ann & ted kitto, kate murray, jenny savill, sue & bruce vandersee write…

4 Min.
christmas day on the south pole

We were experiencing minus 50 degree temperatures with wind chill, 40 knot head winds... it was brutal! It was the coldest I’ve ever been, the most pain I’ve ever had, but it was the coolest experience of my life! She’s twice been National Geographic Society’s Young Adventurer of the Year, one of Vogue’s Game Changers and one of InStyle magazine’s top ten Women of Style. Jade has her own National Geographic documentary, autobiography and Tedx talk. What is the Polar Hat Trick and why did you do it? The Polar Hat Trick is three skiing expeditions – to the North Pole, then across Greenland, and finally to the South Pole. Each trip is longer and harder than the last. I grew up in a family who all appreciate adventure. We’ve always done…

3 Min.
i need a dollar, that’s what i need

Are you managing your pocket money? Or are you working your first job? Looking to buy your first car? Getting ready to move out of home? Whatever you’re up to, you can bet you’re going to need some dollars. It might seem like there’s a lot to learn. For some it comes naturally, while others get stuck on struggle street. We’re here to tell you there is always hope! Try these tips: Money Mates You’re out with your friends, drop into your fave clothing store and everyone else is picking out cute jackets. You can’t be the only one to walk out empty handed?! Most people will spend money when they’re out with friends, so set the expectations early – let them know upfront if you’re on a budget, have brought snacks from…

3 Min.
carefree caitlin

My family moved to Australia from Durban, the third most populous city in South Africa when I was 18 months old. We moved so we could have more opportunity growing up. I have grown up in Australia with a tight-knit South African community. I love my family’s culture. My parents have tried to keep it alive for my siblings and me while living here in Australia. We often come together with our South African friends and eat traditional foods, such as biltong (dried, cured meat), bunny chow – a hollowed-out loaf of bread filled with curry, and milk tart, which has lots of cinnamon and a pastry crust. When netball was stripped away from me, a large chunk of who I am was stripped away too. I have not been back to…

4 Min.
sponthanaéity with hanaé

I was doing my honours in creative writing and I started making collages as a form of relaxation, to break up my focus. I thought about trying to sell my artwork and went along to a couple of markets with my mum, who has had a stall on and off for the past 30 years. I was sending artwork off with my mum or going along with her. It felt like I was taking part in the family business! Four years ago I had my first solo market stall in a car park, where all the collages and prints I wanted to sell had to fit into a suitcase! My business cards were handwritten on pieces of paper. That first year, most of my markets were in that car park and…