Health, Wealth and Wisdom

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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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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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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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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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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It’s Always A Good Time To Start Over!

It’s Always A Good Time To Start Over!

It’s Always A Good Time To Start Over! Written by Amanda Cassar It’s always a great time for making lifestyle changes and reviewing where you’re at, but for goals and changes affecting your financial health, there’s often no better time than when starting a new job.  New beginnings, right?  Time to plan for some silver linings! Well, 2022 just has…

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Tips for Selling & Buying A Home Simultaneously

Tips for Selling & Buying A Home Simultaneously

How to Sell and Buy A Home at the Same Time… Tips for Selling & Buying A Home Simultaneously Written by Eriks Draiska, Managing Director of Plaza Real Estate Every real estate transaction is different in its own way.  Some real estate transactions are straightforward, while others are a puzzle and have several hurdles that need to be overcome. One of…

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Improve Your Fertility Naturally

Improve Your Fertility Naturally

Written by Dr Raewyn Teirney. Improve your fertility naturally, with these simple lifestyle tweaks, which may help you conceive a baby without medical intervention! In fact, being in a state of optimal health plays an important role in increasing fertility and boosting your chance of natural conception.   Improve Your Fertility With Folic Acid According to WHO guidelines and RANZCOG (Royal…

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A Greener Mothers Day

A Greener Mothers Day

A Greener Mothers Day Written by Julia Schafer Being a Mum I am looking forward to Mother’s Day on the second Sunday in May.  I tend to think that the real Mother’s Day is actually the birthday of my one and only child as this is the day I truly became a mum, but then we can’t distract from the…

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Eat Yourself Beautiful

Eat Yourself Beautiful

Healthy Skin Through Proper Nutrition Eat Yourself Beautiful Written by Adriana Krueger Diet is an important factor when it comes to beauty. There is no cure for the genetic predisposition for early greying or too thin hair, or very light or sensitive skin. But you can outsmart the genes (which are only responsible for 20 per cent of later wrinkle…

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Increasing Hydration Through Foods

Increasing Hydration Through Foods

Increasing Hydration Through Foods Written by Kelsey Riley of Planted in the Kitchen Whether it’s a hot summer day or a cold one in the middle of winter, it’s important for our bodies to stay hydrated. Of course, nothing replaces the direct effects of drinking a nice glass of water, but an easy way to keep your body hydrated through…

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How To Love Ourselves Lumps Bumps & All

How To Love Ourselves, Lumps, Bumps & All

No More Filters! How To Love Ourselves Lumps Bumps & All Written by Donna Cameron Botox, body shaping, fat reduction – even with all of this we still add a filter to our pictures! What is it going to take for us to love ourselves with a makeup-free face and some lumps and bumps on our bodies?  How can we…

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Money talks: Financial Rewards Help You Lose More Weight   

Money talks: Financial Rewards Help You Lose More Weight   

Money talks: Financial Rewards Help You Lose More Weight    Written by Pennie McCoy, CSIRO Total Wellbeing Dietitian It’s the first week of your new diet and you’re doing everything right – eating a varied diet full of nutritious meals, saying no to that second helping of chocolate mousse, and swapping calorie-rich cocktails for sparkling water.   Fast forward a few weeks and…

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Stopping The Nervous Breakdown Of Your Skin!

Written by Connie Rogers bitesizepieces.net and skinhealthfromwithin.com It turns out our skin can be making us look older than we really are. A body lacking exercise, a whole food diet, or riddled with anxiety may struggle to maintain muscle mass and skin elasticity. We know the skin sends feedback to the brain regarding stress and can communicate with the central…

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Can Exercise Actually Helps Your Skin?

Can Exercise Actually Helps Your Skin?

Written by Michael Dermansky – Senior Physiotherapist – MD Health We know that regular exercise is good for our body, our muscles, heart and brain, but is it good for our skin as well?  Not really surprisingly, yes it is.  There are both immediate and long-term benefits of exercise on your skin health, but a few good practices can help…

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Skin Hygiene Through Persimmons

Skin Hygiene Through Persimmons

Skin Hygiene Through Persimmons Written by Lily Li, founder and CEO of Hygea The body is a temple, as the saying goes. This has become more true than ever as we tentatively emerge from the last few covid restrictions and get on with living life.  According to a global database of plants, the persimmon was native to China and northeast…

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Your Scalp Is Skin Too

Your Scalp Is Skin Too

Don’t Neglect Your Scalp When It Comes To Taking Care Of Your Skin Written by Lynn Power Skincare is having a “moment”. There are loads of new products on the market – many with targeted treatment areas (eyes, hands, even vagina), targeted demographics (menopause, teen, women of colour, men, etc) or specific benefits (hydrating, wrinkle-reducing, acne, spot correcting). And most…

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How To Prevent Acne From Face Masks

How To Prevent Acne From Face Masks

Maskne How To Prevent Acne From Face Masks Written by Kristy Iervasi You may think I just made up the word maskne, and as much as I would love to take credit for it, I cannot, as it’s actually a medical term according to Loma Linda University Health. According to Potts, D (2020) maskne is an actual skin condition brought on…

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