Health, Wealth and Wisdom

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Time to tackle workplace burnout

A case study and a way to nurture mental health Written by Katriina Tahka Chronic exhaustion, anxiety, an over-active mind that prevents a deep and restful sleep from occurring, and the onset of depression and other mental issues. These symptoms sound pretty common, right? They’ve almost become the trademark of this working generation. When ignored, these symptoms can lead to…

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I’m a vegan… I hope my teeth will be OK

Written by Dr Jeffrey Kestenberg Principal @ Coburg Dental Group As dentists we speak to our patients a lot about what you should and shouldn’t be eating to maintain healthy teeth. Tooth decay in Australia is still a huge problem and we are diagnosing rampant tooth decay in patients every day. Toothbrushing, flossing and fluoride in the water are not…

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Sensuality Hacks

Written by Naomi Radke I have got a confession to make, and it is time to reveal my little secret … I  AM A SENSUAL GODDESS!   I unashamedly know it … and I own it. A far cry from the ill-informed teenager that did not know what a French letter was (a condom) and still has not had the ‘sex’…

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Setting yourself up for success with new habits

Written by Kate Witteveen Making a big change is never easy. We usually need many repetitions before something becomes automatic, with research suggesting it takes an average of 66 days to form a new habit. The good news is, this is 24 days less than the 90 days previously suggested. The bad news is, it is still more than two…

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Getting back to basics and into nature

The benefits for your mental health Written by Donna Cameron, In the hustle and bustle of daily life, most people find it extremely difficult to take any time out for themselves.  When I talk to them about the importance of getting back to nature, such as breathing in some fresh air, taking their shoes off and walking barefoot on the…

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Adopting A Plant-Based Life

The 99% Vegetarian Written by Taly Matiteyahu (CEO of Blink, an audio-only blind speed dating app) I grew up observing kosher dietary rules, including ones that prohibited meals that combined meat with dairy and had rules about the length of time you needed to wait after eating meat until you could consume dairy (and vice versa). Beyond that, I could…

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How to include religious and cultural provisions in my Will?

Written by Wills & Estates Principal Lawyer, Brooke Reardon.  Succession law is more than the transmission of wealth, but also your values, cultural beliefs, and religion. Considering these elements is not only vital for future preparation, but for protecting your wishes and upholding your family’s traditions. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, nearly two thirds of Australians affiliate with a religion. Christianity was…

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How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint Through Diet

Written by Joanna Auburn When we think about how best to minimise our individual impact on this Earth, usually the big (carbon) ticket items are considered first, like reducing the number of long-haul flights we take a year. But agriculture contributes nearly one quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions, so we can’t have a serious conversation about reducing our personal…

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Sticking To Your Healthy Habits

Written by Katie Lowe (BA, GradDipPosPsych) Have you ever procrastinated about getting started on that new health and wellbeing goal? Have you waited eagerly for that surge of motivation to hit and fill you with bursts of energy and positivity to get going? I’m going to suggest you have done both, because I know I have! I have some bad…

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Beat the Winter Blues at the Beach

Written by Cerise Canon When thinking about taking a beach holiday, swimming in the warm summer sun is usually the first thing that comes to mind; however, it need not be the focal point of a beach holiday. Although wintertime is not typically synonymous with beach holidays, there are so many reasons why having a winter beach getaway or day…

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Is a plant based diet healthier…

than a mixed food diet? Written by Michael Dermansky With growing concerns about both health and the impact on the environment, more people are concerned or are thinking about moving to a more plant based diet, but is it better for your health?  Why is plant based food actually important for your diet? Plant based food are your body’s main…

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