Author page: Kevin Kapusi Starow

Beyond Your Triggers & Blind Spots

Beyond Your Triggers & Blind Spots Written by Tania Burgess Life can be challenging, and when you get triggered, your defensive mechanisms kick in, which can lead to conflict and tension. It’s in our DNA to evolve and that includes developing our emotional intelligence, EQ, but it’s easy to get stuck in the habituated tendencies of our personality, reacting when…

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Life Hacks For Finding Balance

Written by CRogers bitesizepieces.net We know catastrophic events, emotional trauma, toxins, Big Corporations, stress, obesity, and autoimmunity, can create negative changes in the balance of the human body. These global imbalances can interfere with our health, family life, and decision-making skills. Most times, we find harmful habits hard to break unless faced with a severe illness, and even then, we…

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15 Gardening Hacks That Really Work

15 Gardening Hacks That Really Work

Written by Toni Salter, The Veggie Lady Life doesn’t stop inside your home, office or favourite restaurant. Problems arise in the garden as well. So here are some life hacks that extend into your outdoor spaces too. These gardening hacks will save you money, cut down time and increase the productivity of your garden. The best thing about these gardening…

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Tips & Tricks For A Fitter Life

The Most Important Steps From A Health Professional Tips & Tricks For A Fitter Life Written by Michael Dermansky – Senior Physiotherapist – MD Health Our lives are complicated.  We all have our own pressures, demands, circumstances and stages of our lives, particularly in times of uncertainty that can make “life” overwhelming.  But, from a health professional’s perspective, there are…

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Bulk Buying – A Smarter Way To Shop

A Smarter Way To Shop Written by Liz O’Dwyer Although the concept of bulk buying has been around for decades, it’s still yet to find its place in people’s shopping habits. In my conversations on all matters of sustainability, I’ve spoken with many people about their shopping habits.  Clothing, household goods, and of course food shopping.  It surprises me that…

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ReFRESHingly Different

ReFRESHingly Different Written by Ana Jones It is not a rom-com, a horror, dark comedy or a satire… Fresh is actually a little difficult to plug into a single genre and that is just the first striking thing about this original movie, currently exclusiveto Disney+. Think Wes Craven’s original A Nightmare on Elm Street meets Single White Female and you…

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Hack Your Life

Written by Susie Taaffe When I saw the topic for this month’s magazine my eyes lit up! I am the queen of life hacks. I truly believe there is no room in life for wasting time on things that will never give back to you. I want to live my happiest and easiest life however I don’t want to compromise…

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Women’s Role in Global Leadership

Written by Daniel Gospodinov Lucy Fernando knows full well about stereotypes: women aren’t decisive or authoritative, their voices can’t be heard, and they lack assertiveness or self-confidence. Today she’s a well-known and respected master franchise owner at Fantastic Services, who manages a team of handymen and construction workers and has proven those biased people wrong. While current data still shows…

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Where Passion Meets Purpose

Where Passion Meets Purpose Where Passion Meets Purpose Written by Orsolya Bartalis I am truly excited with the latest news about people who are seeking travel experiences after the pandemic and are searching for a more meaningful way of travel. Slower pace, deeper connection and a way of giving back to the communities they visit. This is amazing news for…

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Keeping Passion Alive While Trying For A Baby

Keeping Passion Alive While Trying For A Baby Written by Dr Raewyn Teirney Passion is something we all need, whether it’s giving or receiving. This is never more true than when you’re trying to conceive a baby. In a perfect world, we would all fall pregnant within a month or two of trying. Unfortunately, for many couples, this isn’t a…

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What Fires You Up To Achieve

What Fires You Up To Achieve?

Know Your Motivation Type What Fires You Up To Achieve Written by Tania Burgess Whilst some people are naturally wired with a competitive drive to achieve, not all of us will be motivated to reach that goal, beat that time or excel beyond our previous or another’s best. Discovering what motivates you may be easier than you realise, thanks to…

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How To Create Balcony Gardens

How To Create Balcony Gardens Written by Toni Salter, The Veggie Lady Growing your own produce doesn’t have to be limited to rural homesteaders. You can quite easily grow herbs and vegetables even on a balcony or courtyard, but there are a few keys to getting it right.  The number of people living in cities is now greater than those…

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The Right Exercise To Ignite Your Passion

The Right Exercise To Ignite Your Passion Written by Michael Dermansky – Senior Physiotherapist – MD Health No matter what your passion is, creating a great piece of art, trekking the Himalayas’ or sailing around the world, a great starting point is getting your body ready.  There are easy and practical steps involved in getting your body ready for tasks…

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6 Things You Didn’t Know About Australian Mushrooms

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Australian Mushrooms New research by Australian Mushrooms revealed more than half of Aussies (59%) have improved their diet and eating habits over the last 12 months – with 63% admitting to preparing more meals at home. Owing to Aussies’ love for cooking with the best ingredients nature has to offer, we’re highlighting the versatility…

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Be An Imperfect Environmentalist

Be An Imperfect Environmentalist

Be An Imperfect Environmentalist Be An Imperfect Environmentalist Written by Julia Schafer So you want to have a Greener home, and live a more sustainable life and yet when you look at the world around you and the plastic pollution problem which sits heavy on your heart like a big plastic iceberg you think to yourself, “how can one man/woman…

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Finding Your Green Spark

Finding Your Green Spark Written by Diana Vicheva Let’s face it, adjusting to an eco-friendly lifestyle is not as simple as you would like it to be. Especially when you’re settled in your ways, surrounded by tons of disposable goods that make everything easy – at least until you start thinking about long-term consequences. Have you measured your personal ecology?…

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Straight To The Sin Bin

There Are So Many Clues For Us Every Day On How We Can Reduce Our Footprint, & Our Waste Straight To The Sin Bin Written by Liz O’Dwyer Oftentimes, people ask me how and where do they start on their sustainable journey.  That’s a great question because it differs for so many people.  I have a step-by-step strategy I take…

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Ignite Your Passion

Ignite Your Passion Written by Lily Li, founder and CEO of Hygea Igniting passion in the workplace also means being a passionate manager or a leader. After all, your employees look to you for direction and advice. If you’re not passionate about what you do, they won’t be passionate about what they do either. Make sure that your team knows…

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13 Unbeatable Reasons To Finally Eat Healthy

13 Unbeatable Reasons To Finally Eat Healthy

13 Unbeatable Reasons To Finally Eat Healthy Written by Adriana Krueger Eating is pleasure but not every delicacy is good for our health. The numerous culinary temptations that present themselves sweet and hearty on our plates are far too great. Also, everyday circumstances sometimes seem to get in the way. Not enough time because you work so much? Lack of…

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How To Live Your Best Life At Every Age

How To Live Your Best Life At Every Age

Age Is Just A Number How To Live Your Best Life At Every Age Written by Donna Cameron Year by year, day by day, minute by minute, time keeps rolling on. We can easily get caught up in  “groundhog day” – working in the same job, spending time with the same people, eating at the same restaurants. Life can be…

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Kicking Multiple Chemical Sensitivities In The Butt!

Kicking Multiple Chemical Sensitivities In The Butt!

Kicking Multiple Chemical Sensitivities In The Butt! Written by Connie Rogers Health Coach Health & Brain Health Coach As a health coach for 19 years and skin health expert for 45 years, my passion is all about getting the toxins out of our homes, workplace, diet, skincare, and gut. What I have found to be true is what we use on…

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Who’s That Girl???

How To Dress When You Need To Bring Your A-Game Who’s That Girl Written by Susie Taaffe Fashion has been used by women for millennia to evoke emotions and portray certain characteristics. From hoops under skirts, bustles, and corsets to power suits and shoulder pads, fashion has created the illusions of whatever was desired at the time. So how can…

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The Sweet Taste Of Black Garlic

The Sweet Taste Of Black Garlic

Written by Kevin Kapusi Starow Black what?????? No, it is not a product which is past its used by date or gone bad. Rather black garlic is a fermented product, some refer to it as aged. Though with technology what it is today you can make black garlic within a few days. Though in bygone days it would have taken…

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How To Look After Your Skin Whilst Traveling

How To Look After Your Skin Whilst Traveling

How To Look After Your Skin Whilst Traveling Written by Orsolya Bartalis We all look forward to a well-deserved holiday, mostly so the everyday routine grind can be forgotten for a little while. Whilst skipping set routines can be refreshing for the body and mind, the change of diet, water intake, location, and temperature all add to potentially stressed skin.…

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