A year with Lifehack
Something of a review of time
From where it began
April 2015 feels like a long time ago, especially given how this journey has been so full and emergent. I often look back at how …Read More
Michael was a participant on our Lifehack Labs programme in 2014. Below is a story captured about his journey along his own path of wellbeing across the last three years.
Michael had spent most of his life cruising through …Read More
Over the past two years Lifehack has been exploring and experimenting with the concept of ‘capitals’ borrowed from Zaid Hassan over at Social Labs. Since the early days we’ve been using the concept of five capitals to assess if and …Read More
We have heard lots of excitement about Lifehack’s next iteration of the Flourishing Fellowship. But now’s the moment to match excitement with action — our last day for applications is today.
Are you passionate about making Aotearoa a better place …Read More
In continuing on from introducing one of 2015’s Flourishing Fellows, we’re proud to present Nick Laurence and his journey thus far. Nick joined us in July last year for the Flourishing Fellowship and has since then continued on to launch …Read More
Fran was a participant in our Flourishing Fellowship in 2015. After completing the Fellowship she went on with her project and team to be a part of Te Kōanga; a programme aiming to accelerate projects from idea to product and …Read More
Lifehack is proud to announce that we will be convening an iteration of the Flourishing Fellowship this year!
Off the back of a powerful inaugural programme, we are now inviting expressions of interest from people across Aotearoa who are invested …Read More
Toni and Gina attended the Youth Collaborative Hui in Christchurch last month. Not only is it a great gathering of researchers and front-line workers in the youth and wellbeing space, but it was also a good opportunity to catch up …Read More
Over the past year Lifehack and Kites Trust have been sharing ideas and resources specifically around the role of design, technology and peer support in lives of young New Zealanders.
This month, Lifehack was invited to facilitate a codesign …Read More
From the 18-20 May 2016, 2000 people will gather in Paris to explore the future of the collaborative economy. OuiShare Fest, now in its fourth year, is hosted by the network with the same name. It’s a distributed, non-profit and …Read More
Earlier this month Toni and Gina travelled to Christchurch to participate at the Youth Collaborative Hui and catch up with old friends, while making new friends along the way.
As we listened deeply to the experiences of the various people …Read More
As part of our recent trip to Christchurch, Gina and Toni had the opportunity to meet with Lauren, Erica and Catarina from the Ministry of Awesome. They also very kindly invited us to work from their co-working space during our …Read More
I was asked to put together a piece around cultural tikanga which involved me exploring the different cultures that make up the South Auckland community to carve out a piece of work to house all the different customs within each …Read More
Kia ora tatou, He uri tenei nō Te Rarawa me Kuki Airani, Ko Christina Leef ahau.
In November 2015 I received a call from Gina about a partnership between Youthline, Sovereign and Lifehack. Youthline Manukau needed to increase the …Read More
We’re off to Christchurch this week!
Last year, Lifehack was invited to do a poster presentation at the Collaborative Trust Hui in Christchurch, this year we’re back presenting a workshop around the conference topic:
‘More than words – Extending …Read More
Reconnect – Recharge – Renew
There is much to be said for getting in a car full of strangers and driving to Ōtaki. You start conversations with people you never expected to, or wouldn’t normally get the chance …Read More
We’re immensely proud to announce that we’ve had the privilege to work with Youthline’s Manukau team, and Sovereign last week.
The Lifehack team travelled up to Auckland and spent Thursday and Friday at the Manukau centre working with …Read More
This week, Lifehack moved in with Enspiral Dev Acadamy — a thriving hub of tech-related learning on Upper Cuba Street. Like us, they’re also part of the Enspiral family and share a similar tikanga around collaboration, learning, and looking …Read More
Lifehack has always existed at the intersection of different worlds: we spend our time where the mental health and wellbeing world crosses into that of technology; where the world of tech meets social entrepreneurship; where the world of design …Read More