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Attune Yourself with Nature in Cuba

Attune Yourself with Nature in Cuba

7 Places to Discover and Reconnect Written by Orsolya Bartalis With the current state of the world, no wonder that people are not feeling grounded, find themselves in a state of unrest and maybe even feeling disconnected from their environment. Getting out into nature can help you find harmony and reconnect with yourself. Whilst we can only do it in…

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Are Orgasms good for your health?

Are Orgasms good for your health?

As told by a lover of the multiple kind … Written by Naomi Radke Can you imagine if we all stayed in a constant state of ‘orgasm’? Whoa, that would be a pretty zenned out world! Where do I sign up?! As an intimate writer, I guess it is not surprising that I have been researching the delights of the…

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Adopting A Plant-Based Life

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

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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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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Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Keep doing the things that make you happy Written by Brooke Reardon, Wills & Estates Principal Lawyer. Life can be uncertain and full of surprises. That is why it is important that we keep doing the things that make us happy in life such as playing music, spending time with our pets and enjoying our hobbies. It is important to…

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Facing Fear through Mindfulness

Facing Fear through Mindfulness

Written by Susan Nefzger When you let go of fear and face your surroundings, you call up the ability to alter the experience of the present moment. At this point, you can change the present landscape by changing your perception. Its not escapism, it is the opposite, actually. The action taken assists in the realization that what you are sensing…

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What’s new in the world of

What’s new in the world of finance?

Written by Amanda Cassar If the upheaval due to Covid in the past twelve months has shown us anything, it’s that most of us, did not have a plan in place for a pandemic.  And seriously, most of us weren’t alive for the last Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, so the lessons were largely relegated to the past, if not…

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Estate Planning in the Digital

Estate Planning in the Digital Age

Written by Wills & Estates Principal Lawyer, Brooke Reardon. The COVID-19 pandemic has seen an increasing number of restrictions put in place regarding movement and gatherings of people and households. As a result, there has been a significant uptake in digital platforms such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom as a way to stay in touch with family, loved-ones and colleagues.…

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Overcoming Loneliness

Overcoming Loneliness

How Volunteering May Help Written by Dr Melissa Keogh, Clinical Psychologist, B.A. (Hons), D.Psych (Clinical) The Australian Loneliness Report conducted in 2018 revealed that 1 in 4 Australians experience problematic levels of loneliness. Which begs the question – what exactly is loneliness? Loneliness Loneliness can be defined as a subjective feeling of social isolation and distress whereby one’s personal need…

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Be More You

Be More You

Written by Peter Horsfield, as such they are his personal views. Let ‘It’ Go It’s a process Take Care of Yourself Start Now Let ‘It’ Go. The past is dry cement. It’s set. We can’t be changed. It is what it is. The reality is “life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards” Soren Kierkegaard. The challenge…

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Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia

Written by Connie Rogers It’s time to check underlying toxic exposures that create conditions which may be exacerbating how you feel. A toxic lifestyle can increase our risk of Fibromyalgia We are electrical beings. There are many things in our world today that can deplete electricity.  Causes of depleted electricity can be linked to Prozac, Fluoride, and medications containing fluoride such…

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How to Have a Healthy Body

How to Have a Healthy Body Image in a Toxic World

Written by Connie Rogers You can’t beat yourself into a happy relationship with your body, you can’t be angry every day and love yourself.… and you can’t think your way out of addiction or depression. If you have a hard time loving yourself, this is for you. 1- As children, we learn to emulate our parents. If our parents suffer…

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How to Discover and Reconnect

How to Discover and Reconnect

To Your Core Values Written by Peter Horsfield If you are willing to own it, you can change it! I know what I have to do, I also know that there’s no getting around it, however, procrastination is how I like to start my day. I’m still trying to understand why I find such reassurance and motivation by having this…

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How to accept Nature’s

How to accept Nature’s help

To boost your confidence Written by Nim Veda Mother Nature is amazing. She really is. How else can we explain her ability to pretty much provide us with the solutions to many of the problems we all face? One of these major problems is our debilitating lack of confidence. Though many of us shudder at the thought of accepting and…

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How to Learn

How to Learn from the Oldest Mother ever

Written by Mituri Pradip Sharma Yep, you read that right. What if I told you that the oldest mother ever wanted to share her secrets with us and all we had to do was listen? You may be a little doubtful, maybe even a little distrustful but I promise, I’m speaking the complete truth and you will be surprised at…

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How Molecular Hydrogen Impacts

How Molecular Hydrogen Impacts And Enhances Your Health

Written by Connie Rogers. Persistent oxidative stress is one of the major causes of most lifestyle-related diseases including cancer, inflammatory conditions such as obesity, atherosclerosis, and premature aging. When free radicals (or ROS) accumulates, it leads to oxidative stress. Oxidative stress can in turn cause serious damage to all tissues in the body. Some examples of free radicals are environmental…

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Knowing What you Want

Written by Joe Zhou It’s a New Year, which is the perfect time to set your goals for the future. Even if you’ve done this before, it may be a great time to revisit them because as we all know, our ideas can change. Many people mistakenly think setting goals is too much work or it’s too overwhelming. It doesn’t…

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Confidence

The Only Plan You Need To Achieve Your Goals Written by Peter Horsfield Twenty one years, three months and a few days ago I looked up into a star filled night sky and I was overcome by feelings of regret, fear, loss and embarrassment. I didn’t like where I was, what I had become and what the future would hold…

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Stretching Towards a Healthy Life

Written by Sarah Milano Stretching isn’t just about preventing a pulled muscle during exercise; it is about conditioning your body to move at ease. Have you ever watched your child bounce around the house and marvel at their flexibility? Children can bend their bodies in ways that seem inhuman. You may think “Ah, to be young again”, but the truth…

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Your Home Did Not Sell

Your Home Did Not Sell?

Don’t Be Bullied Along the Way! Written by Eriks Draiska Selling a home is a detailed process, but it isn’t rocket science either. Sometimes real estate agents and their sellers try to simplify it too much and miss the important steps. Every day new homes are listed for sale. However, many of the finest homes are not sold and ‘expire’…

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Home Toxicity

Home Toxicity and How to Reduce it

Written by Aida Rejzovic These days we are surrounded by so many chemicals that we have often been exposed to hundreds of toxins before even leaving the house. While there is little that can be done about outside contaminants, you can significantly reduce your chemical load by watching out for the following common household toxins. Furnishings, plastics and electronics Volatile…

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