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3 Ways To Make The Most Out Of Your Wardrobe

Have you ever looked in your wardrobe and said out loud – I haven’t got a thing to wear?  If that sounds like you, you are not alone. Unfortunately, we add to our wardrobes depending on how we feel, what we like at that moment, and what size and shape we are at that time. It’s time to be brutal…

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5 Quick & Easy Snacks to Make For Christmas Parties

5 Quick & Easy Snacks We have all found ourselves invited to Christmas parties. You know you want to bring something that everyone will love to eat but with all the crazy demands on you at this time of year, you need some inspiration for snacks to bring and share that won’t break the bank. Ditch Your Go-To Snack We…

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How To Plan A Christmas

How To Plan A Christmas Your Family Will Love

How To Plan A Christmas A special occasion like Christmas is a time for family and food you can indulge in.  Let’s face it we all let ourselves enjoy food that is a little more decadent than the daily fare at this time of year. With Christmas fast approaching, planning is important to make sure you have the holidays and…

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15 Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas

It’s been a crazy year for just about everyone you talk to; however, Christmas is fast approaching. Are you ready?  If you are like me the answer is ‘sort of I think’.   With so much going on and so much focus on being able to reunite with family and friends to celebrate Christmas activities and how to entertain the kids…

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6 Family photoshoot ideas

6 Fun Family Photoshoot Ideas You Will Love

Whoever makes up your household, be it family, housemates, you and your significant other, or you and your pet, snapping everyone in a family photo is a rewarding activity. Regardless of whatever circumstances keep us apart from each other, we’re still celebrating occasions and milestones. It may look different, but we’re still doing life and making photograph-worthy memories. When you…

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When Miscarriage Happens

When Miscarriage Happens

Written by Dr Raewyn Teirney, a world-leading fertility specialist and gynaecologist. Miscarriage. It certainly is one of the most heartbreaking tragedies to occur for anyone trying to begin or grow their family. Harrowing, devastating, and isolating, a miscarriage can make both partners in a relationship feel as though they are not worthy, or that they are to blame. Please, never…

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What would Mama Bear do

What would Mama Bear do?

Written by Claire Dunkley aka ‘Mama Bear’ from Cluzie Clinic I have found since becoming a mother that my view on things has somewhat changed.  Of course I want to be the best mother possible, and sometimes I look to nature and animals as a way to live my best mumma-life. The Mama Bear is innately protective of her cubs…

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Bringing harmony to your life

Bringing harmony to your life

And why it is important Written by Tanya Abbey “One must marry one’s feelings to one’s beliefs and ideas. That is probably the only way to achieve a measure of harmony in one’s life.” A quote written by one of my favourite authors – Napoleon Hill – who is best known for “Think and Grow Rich.” In this book, he…

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How to maintain balance

Top 5 Changes To Make You Happy & Healthy

How To Prevent Burnout In A Multitasking Life Written by Donna Cameron The world is a different place now more than ever before.  We have had to make a lot of changes and adapt in so many areas of our life.  A common trend I have seen is that even with all the changes we have seen, instead of us…

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Slivers of Peace in a Hectic Day

Slivers of Peace in a Hectic Day

Slivers of Peace in a Hectic Day Written by Sarah Dower Living in this modern world, we’re often running around at a rapid pace, and barely have time to breathe, let alone relax and enjoy a moment of peace.  How often have you felt light-headed at the pace of our lives?  How does this make you feel?  Do you wonder…

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10 Easy Hacks to Start

10 Easy Hacks to Start Living Your Ideal Life

Written By Peter Horsfield 1. Let Go Of Your Past The past is dry cement. We cannot change it, however the choices we make today can change our future. So, next time your thoughts drift back, and you start to self-judge. Be like Elsa from the movie Frozen and start singing “Let it Go!”. 2. Do Something  You do not have…

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Through the eyes of a child

Through the eyes of a child

How to talk to kids about disabilities Written by Lisa Cox The innocence of children can be both charming and a little unnerving at the same time, especially if you’re the parent. While many people prefer their children not blurt out phrases like “mummy, why is that lady in a wheelchair?” when you’re in a public place, there’s a very…

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Workplace Wellness

Workplace Wellness

Teach Your Team To Listen To Their Bodies Written by Katriina Tahka Workplace wellness programs don’t have the best track records, especially if you look at places like the USA. Many of these programs, while intending to be helpful, become invasive and place undue pressure on workers. True wellness doesn’t come from a fitness program that coerces people into cooperation.…

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Living With A Disability

4 Tips For Living With A Disability

For Listening To Your Body Written by Lisa Cox Disabilities come in many forms. Some of them are easy to notice while others are so well-hidden, you can know someone intimately for years without ever learning that they have had limitations. In fact, as many as 20% of the population identify as having a disability, whether it’s physical or mental.…

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Elopements are a growing

Elopements are a growing Trend

Written by Deborah Lilley CMC In an ever-changing social landscape, couples in Australia are choosing to Elope in their own backyards. Being married, it turns out, is just as important as the act of Getting Married. When a global pandemic hits, are weddings still important? 2020 has been a year of rapid change, and the modern world is coping with…

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new words

Fun new words to enhance wellbeing

Written by Kate Witteveen New year, new words As a lifelong word nerd, I love learning about the new words that have been added to the common lexicon at the end of each year. Unsurprisingly, 2020 was an anomaly. There were more new words added than in any other year, and for the first time, the Oxford English Dictionary was…

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Top Tips To Support Kids

Top Tips To Support Kids’ Maths Study In 2021

Written by James Burnett After the challenges of 2020, entering the 2021 school year feels like a restart where parents can make a conscious effort to make the first term count. One of Australia’s leading mathematics educators and authors, James Burnett, offers his top tips for learning maths. What’s great is that you can implement these at home to help…

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Shaking Up Easter Traditions

Shaking Up Easter Traditions

Written by Sarah Milano Holiday traditions are part of what makes a holiday important to us. Going to an Easter service, eating a special meal and spending time with your family may be the basis of your yearly celebrations, but there is always room to create new Easter traditions. In this day and age, it is as important as ever…

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A Support Community

A Support Community

Helping You Do It All Written by Rachel Allan, marketer, coach, author and mum. We are not designed to be able to do it all – alone. Being a present mum, domestic goddess, super business women – none of it. Super-mum is a myth and kept alive by others highlight reels on social media. When you believe you need to…

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Ready to Marie Kondo your

Ready to Marie Kondo your friends?

Written by Sally Kellett from Mirosuna www.mirosuna.com With the Marie Kondo method of de-cluttering sweeping the world since its launch six years ago, and Australia slowly moving out of isolation, could now be the perfect time to apply the Marie Kondo method to our friends? One thing that I’ve realised during the past year of living with Covid restrictions and…

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Prenatal & Postnatal care.

Prenatal & Postnatal care plans during a pandemic

Written by Kathy Fray It is physiologically normal during pregnancy to naturally be immunocompromised (it is part of how your body doesn’t reject growing your baby). But add into that fact, knowing that local Hospitals (where you may have been planning to give birth) are heaving with COVID-19 patients, and it can feel justifiably unnerving. Add on top of that, the fact…

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