Extra Curricular – issue 13

Extra Curricular magazineAnd my favourite pint sized mag is back, this time punching way above its weight with a massive and exciting line up of stories about creativity, entrepreneurship and adventure!! The ultimate triple threat!
This issue of Extra Curricular also features two favourite creative talents of mine.
Gutsy, talented and adventurous, award winning photographer; Camilla Stoddart AND textile designer by day but wildly popular travel blogger when off the clock; Gemma Cagnacci. Cannot wait to get my glasses all over this.
It is now on shelves in Australia and NZ or you can order yours direct here.

“This summer we go over the hills and far away with the Adventure issue. With cover art by illustrator Sophie Oiseau, in this issue we set off on a journey to uncover all kinds of adventurous sorts.
 
We catch up with the Auckland duo behind POPdining and hear their take on food and consumerism, and why it’s so important to keep challenging yourself to do something new.
 
Our Explorer’s Guide gives you tips on how to make the most of your big trip overseas, exploring with children, and even what to look out for in your own backyard.
 
We talk to creatives on the road, and ask them how they manage to keep the dream alive while facing the realities of living out of a suitcase. 
 
Photographer Gemma Cagnacci talks about her work, what inspires her, and how to make the most of your travel photography. She also shows us how you can use those ticket stubs and other travel left-overs to bring a bit of the magic back once you’re back home. 
 
Melbourne based Sass Cocker talks about Ask Alice stationery and its fit with community development. The Martha Goes Green girls are back with some treats to take with you on the road, and our cheat sheet looks at the scariest adventure of all – starting your own business!”

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