Tag: career women

Unleashing the Beast in the Bedroom

Unleashing the Beast in the Bedroom

From a Country Mouse to a Lioness Written by Susan Jarvis Many years ago I went on a journey to explore my sexuality, you could say, to find the animal inside and unleash my inner beast. I used to be quite shy in the bedroom and had difficulty speaking up about my needs. I was always focused on pleasing my…

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The Things Our Dogs Can Teach Us

The Things Our Dogs Can Teach Us

How to channel our inner animal and make life more fulfilling The Things Our Dogs Can Teach Us Written by Taly Matiteyahu (CEO of Blink, an audio-only blind speed dating app) The pandemic has been devastating for so many reasons, but it’s given us the opportunity to reassess our day-to-day lives. It’s changed how we live, work, and socialize. Our…

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Taking Control & Finding your Passion

Taking Control & Finding your Passion

It’s never too late to do what you love. Taking Control & Finding your Passion Written by Lynn Power I spent my 30 year career in the advertising industry. And I loved most of it. But, in my last few years in the industry, I found myself at a point where I was really not enjoying it much anymore. I…

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What cats tell us about business

What cats tell us about business

What cats tell us about business Written by Sonia Gibson We can take inspiration from many different sources and even the most successful entrepreneur can liken aspects of business to an animal. Each of us have characteristics that can be compared to the qualities of a particular animal. Even brands take inspiration from animals, it’s almost as though connecting our…

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Ignite your passions

Ignite your passions

By finding your flow Written by Kristy Iervasi Imagine you are running your first half marathon and can see the end in sight. You’ve been training for this moment for months. You feel the wind whipping past your face, your feet as they strike the ground, each heartbeat as the blood pumps through your veins. You simply feel like you…

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Find Your Fearless

THE LIONESS – Find Your Fearless

Find Your Fearless Written by Lisa Cox Fearlessness has become the hallmark of empowerment, to have the courage to pursue what you truly want and disregard the expectations others hold over you. Many of us believe that only the louder, bolder people can step into fearlessness and achieve success. For the shy woman that prefers the limelight, stepping into positions…

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Getting personal with weight loss

Getting personal with weight loss

Written by Pennie McCoy, CSIRO Total Wellbeing Dietitian Feeling unmotivated, leaning a little too far into cravings, starting to beat yourself up at the scales? According to the CSIRO, it might be in your head – but armed with a good serving of personalised strategies, it doesn’t need to sit on your hips! Recent research from the CSIRO (a study…

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Finding and fueling your passions

Finding and fueling your passions

Finding and fueling your passions Written by Sarah Dower In our last issue, I wrote about how this modern life is often quite demanding.   Sometimes we can get so bogged down in the minutiae of our lives that we can forget finding time to do things that make us light up.  With the amount of time, most of us are…

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Identify Your Animal Spirit

Identify Your Animal Spirit

Written by Sally McGrath Dog, Dolphin, Elephant, Giraffe, Horse, Lion, Polar Bear, Tiger …. What’s the animal that attracts your attention?  Consider the animals you have always loved, maybe even had as pets over the years or sponsored their preservation. Most of us have an affinity with a specific animal that represents meaning and possibly devotion in our world or…

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Happy Teeth Happy Life

Happy Teeth Happy Life

Written by Dr Jeffrey Kestenberg MDSc LDS FRACDS Dentist at Coburg Dental Group Over the years I’ve seen lots of miserable people come into the clinic.  Toothaches, broken teeth, crooked teeth and discoloured teeth are either preventable or easily treated and yet so many people suffer and are unhappy. Sometimes I’m at “wits end” trying to work out why intelligent…

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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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Building space for harmony

Building space for harmony

How scheduling limited, relaxed physical activity can help you live a balanced life Written by: Taly Matiteyahu (CEO of Blink, an audio-only blind speed dating app) Even when life is going well, there are so many challenges and the grind of daily life, complete with cycling between tasks rapidly or multi-tasking constantly can leave us feeling scattered and on edge. …

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Create Your Harmonious Approach to Life

Create Your Harmonious Approach to Life

Written by Sally McGrath | Health that Heals Daily existence feels like a constant life juggling act, carrying the burdens of our lives and the sense that life is going through the motions or just surviving. Is there a way to create a sense of sustainable harmony, whilst living in the real world? By way of definition, harmony/harmonious is when…

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How to create a more harmonious life!

How to create a more harmonious life!

Written by Claire Dunkley from Cluzie Clinic We have all had those mornings where NOTHING has gone to plan. Whether it’s that the coffee machine broke, the child was up all night vomiting, your best friend has passed away, you had an argument with your lover, or you just had a really poor nights’ sleep. There are so many opportunities…

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Improve your sex life

Improve your sex life

With domestic harmony and inner peace. Written by Susan Jarvis Lately, my life has been like living inside a whirlwind of overwhelm. I have been pinched and pulled in all directions!  My mind ticks constantly and every waking moment is devoted to problem-solving. No wonder I feel wired and switched on most of my day.  As you can guess, I’ve…

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Exercising Your Right to Choose

Exercising Your Right to Choose

Brings Peace of Mind Written by Wills & Estates Principal Lawyer, Brooke Reardon.  Dying or becoming incapacitated without up-to-date succession documents can cause serious emotional and financial hardship for those around you.  Being proactive about your succession plan however, can provide numerous benefits, putting your mind at rest and bringing peace to your life. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, there were just…

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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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Tips for your next business event

Written by Sophie Richardson, Hosting events are great ways to build awareness of your brand. It is a chance to reach out to the target audience and bring them all into a single space, creating a conversation around your company and boosting visibility. They are also a lot of fun. However, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement…

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Time to tackle workplace burnout

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 hope my teeth will

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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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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plant based diet

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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