How To Choose A Streaming Service

How To Choose A Streaming Service Written by Kareem Tawansi In life, we must take the good with the bad and that definitely applies in an open market. And this is certainly the case when one considers the streaming services market, aka Video On Demand (“VOD”). The good is pretty easy to find, it’s all the great content out there.…

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Taking Charge of your Finances

Simple Steps For Taking Charge of your Finances

Taking Charge of your Finances Written by Amanda Cassar It’s time.  You’ve thought about it for years, yet life’s busy right? Making a living and paying the bills and trying to fit in a bit of fun gets totally in the way of being intentional with money or raising our financial literacy levels.  Even thinking about your finances may induce…

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4 Ways To Take Charge

4 Ways To Take Charge Of Your Life With Fashion

4 Ways To Take Charge Written by Susie Taaffe Blue and green should never be seen without a colour in between. But why? I say if you want to wear blue and green together then go for it! I’ll always remember a gymnastics coach I had when I was about 7 or 8 commenting on my choice of a red…

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Taking Charge of Your Textile Consumption

How To Repair & Repurpose Your Cloths

How To Repair & Repurpose Your Cloths Written by Katrina Naish If you have read our last articles How to Create a Sustainable Wardrobe & It’s Hard To Be Passionate About Fashion When… you will have noticed that we are passionate about making purposeful choices not only to ensure you look great but also to ensure your wardrobe’s carbon footprint…

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Simple Ways To Detox Your Beauty Routine

Clean up, simplify and embrace a more sustainable beauty routine Simple Ways To Detox Your Beauty Routine Written by Lynn Power With so many parts of our lives feeling a bit out of control these days, we’re all about wrestling some control back in places where we can. Of course, some things are easier than others. One way you can…

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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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3 Ways To Rethink Your Relationship With Money

3 Ways To Rethink Your Relationship With Money We all would love to be able to say we are smart with how we earn, save, invest and spend our money.  Let’s explore the opportunities to help make your money work for you to power your passions, rather than letting it control who you are and what you do. Challenge Yourself…

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Sexy into Spring

Sexy into Spring

Written by Anna Meyer With the temperatures rising and the winter blues thawing, it is time to start looking towards spring and summer fashion. Below are the 5 items that you need in your wardrobe to help find your inner animal and feel sexy going into spring. Animal Print Usually, when Spring comes around, it’s all about the florals and…

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Passionate Style

Passionate Style – How to find your inner animal.

Written by Susie Taaffe Does your wardrobe make you feel energised and ready to take on the world? Or are you stuck in a rut of blah? Would you like more outfits that you always feel amazing in? Then let’s talk about curating a style that will have you feeling passionate and sassy – ready to take on anything. This…

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5 Tricks to Increase Your Property Value

5 Tricks to Increase Your Property Value

5 Tricks to Increase Your Property Value Written by Eriks Draiska -Managing Director Plaza Real Estate It’s funny how a house doesn’t feel like an investment until it comes time to sell it. Suddenly, after years of living there, the thought of its value hits you and you’re passionate about getting the best out of it. Hopefully, you’ve practised good…

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Social media tactics

Social media tactics

To help build your small business Social media tactics Written by Sophie Richardson Visibility. New customers. More sales. The benefits of using social media for a small business are endless. However, platforms like Instagram and Facebook are also incredibly saturated, which means cutting through the noise and making your brand heard can be difficult. In this article, I will outline…

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It’s hard to be passionate

It’s hard to be passionate about Fashion when…

Fashion is the Second Most Polluting Industry Written by Katrina Naish – A Fitting Connection In 2017 The series War on Waste reported that every hour Australians dumb 36 tonnes of fabric waste every 1 hour. Which adds up to over 315,000 tonnes every year. However, The Australasian Circular Textile Association (ACTA) report that figures where widely underestimated and our…

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Is my iPhone as Safe as They Say?

Is my iPhone as Safe as They Say?

Photo by Designed by Freepik Written by Kareem Tawansi For months now I’ve been seeing huge billboards with the words Apple, Security and Privacy on them. Apple have clearly identified another USP (“Unique Selling Point”) around keeping us safe. As a person who has a mix of Apple and non-Apple products (I have both an iPhone and a Samsung Galaxy…

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What the world needs now is

What the world needs now is

Written by Peter Horsfield What the world needs now is love sweet…Not just for some but for everyone one. A song was written fifty-five years ago in 1965 by Burt Bacharach and Hal David at the time the world was diving deeper into conflict and war (Vietnam); is just as relevant today as it was back then. If we were…

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I Want to Talk to a Human!

I Want to Talk to a Human!

Written by Kareem Tawansi If you ever talk to a tech investor, you’ll probably hear words like “unicorns”, “J Curve” and “Scale”. These terms all come from the concept of putting money behind a company so it can grow to a ridiculous size and the investors can make buckets of money. And one way to do this is to commoditise…

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A Peaceful Financial Life

A Peaceful Financial Life

Written by Amanda Cassar What things can you do to help bring harmony to your finances? When living during a pandemic, this idea of a peaceful life, possibly sounds far-fetched to many. Between quarantines, self-isolation, masks, check-ins and hand sanitization; let alone the disruption to family plans, catching up with friends, holidays thrown into disarray, wondering ‘to jab or not…

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Virtual Appraisal

Virtual Appraisal

Written by Eriks Draiska Covid restrictions seem to have complicated our lives across Australia. If you are thinking of selling here’s something to make life easier. What is a Virtual Appraisal? Simply where a Qualified Real Estate Agent assists in giving you a likely value estimate without physically being present in the property.  Why do I Need a Virtual Appraisal?…

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Embracing Simplicity in Beauty

Embracing Simplicity in Beauty

Simplify your life by simplifying your beauty routine Written by Lynn Power Beauty has become really really complicated. Women spend almost $4000 a year on beauty products. And back in 2015, the average number of beauty products a woman owned was 40. We can only speculate that with launches of products like the Face Gym Electrical Muscle Stimulation Mask and…

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How to Create a Sustainable Wardrobe

How to Create a Sustainable Wardrobe

Written by Katrina Naish- A Fitting Connection The most important thing to do is repeat after me; “Accept the things I cannot change; Give me courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference”. This maybe the serenity prayer from AA but I believe it’s relevant for the simple reason is, that, it’s pretty safe to…

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Peaceful Dressing

Peaceful Dressing

How to bring harmony into your wardrobe Written by Susie Taaffe Are you sick of never finding anything to wear? Trying on outfit after outfit but nothing feels or looks, right? Do you dream of waking up for work and getting dressed effortlessly in every outfit you try on feeling and looking amazing? I am going to share with you…

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Which Messaging Platform

Which Messaging Platform do I use?

Written by Kareem Tawansi So, we’re now in the roaring twenties, with technology in every aspect of our life; some helps us and some hinders us. And I can’t think of an area where this causes more confusion and uncertainty than, which damn messaging platform do I use? From SMS to Messaging “In the olden days”, we used to just…

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Financial health

Financial health

How to raise kids that are money-savvy and happy Written by Sonia Gibson Rarely, does money solve a money problem. Money problems are solved by improving financial literacy. You need to have the skill to assess your financial situation and find the source of the problem. More often than not, it’s not a shortage of income (although it’s incredibly common…

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Listening To Your Body

Listening To Your Body

About Money Written by Amanda Cassar What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Did you know that financial stress can cause adverse health conditions?  We are certainly living in difficult times and being overwhelmed can cause stress and anxiety.  But there is help to be had. Living under the cloud of debt and money problems can leave some feeling down, hopeless and…

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The Cost of Free

The Cost of Free

Written by Kareem Tawansi We have been using internet services (in the form of apps and platforms) without having to hand over any cash, for such a long time now, that we have become addicted to getting stuff for what we believe to be free. The problem is that nothing in life is free and somewhere along the way we…

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