What’s Driving Us? Self-Care When Commuting

What’s Driving Us? Self-Care When Commuting

The delight of fresh coffee, a crisp newspaper and an empty train table, the bracing winter air at 5am as you blast your car heater and contemplate the sun rising over the highway, or the absolute despair of a three-car pileup on a Friday evening, as you realise you won’t make dinner with your loved […]...
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The Scales of Happiness: Why it’s Important to have a Work/Life Balance

The Scales of Happiness: Why it’s Important to have a Work/Life Balance

As featured on LinkedIn for International Day of Happiness Recently I embarked on a “side gig”, co-founding a share economy platform called WeekDay Space. Perfect for people looking to escape a long commute, Weekday Space connects people with a comfortable room to stay in Monday to Friday so they can return to the place they […]...
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Is WeekDay letting the answer to paying off your mortgage sooner?

The new year is a trigger for many to reassess their financial situation and make changes to shore up greater financial security. There are many ways to tackle this, including reducing expenses and paying down debt to identifying new or increasing existing income streams. One of the increasingly popular ways to increase income is taking […]...
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WeekDay Space Interview with ABC Radio

WeekDay Space Interview with ABC Radio

WeekDay Space Co-Founder Rani Cohen chatted to ABC Radio Brisbane drive time this week about commuting and Australia’s first accommodation platform specially focused on helping Australians find a home away from home during the week. In case you missed it, here is a transcript of the chat. Interview with Terri Begley, ABC Radio Brisbane Work […]...
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The Human Face of Commuting

The Human Face of Commuting Weekday Space’s recent competition called for nominations for Australia’s Longest Commute and revealed some very human reasons for super human commutes and some tips for balancing commuting and selfcare. The competition which included entries from four out of six Australian states demonstrated that caring for others and a dedication to […]...
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The New Side Hustle – Letting to the World’s Most Perfect Flatmate

According to a recent survey* an estimated one in five Australians are turning to the sharing economy for additional income, with the average income from sharing platforms amounting to about $7,300 a year. So, if ferrying around strangers for extra cash isn’t your thing or you don’t fancy pet sitting someone’s cat or pooch, perhaps […]...
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