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How to Heal

How to Heal Your Digestive Health Naturally

Digestive health is one of those things many people usually put on the back burner. But, the reality is that our wellness starts with how we feed our bodies. What’s more interesting is that most health issues can be solved if we simply heal our gut. That’s right! Your gut is the way to nourish your body and keep it…

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reduce your environmental footprint

Top 5 Tips To Reduce Your Environmental Footprint

Written by Meryl D’Sa-Wilson In recent years, we have witnessed a rise in natural disasters, not just in the number of disasters but their intensity as well. Amidst news about the global pandemic, national elections, and other social issues, we see news about widespread forest fires, record-breaking flooding, high-intensity hurricanes, and the melting of glaciers. According to the 2021 IPCC…

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When Miscarriage Happens

When Miscarriage Happens

Written by Dr Raewyn Teirney, a world-leading fertility specialist and gynaecologist. Miscarriage. It certainly is one of the most heartbreaking tragedies to occur for anyone trying to begin or grow their family. Harrowing, devastating, and isolating, a miscarriage can make both partners in a relationship feel as though they are not worthy, or that they are to blame. Please, never…

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Is The Animal In You Hiding?

Is The Animal In You Hiding?

Is The Animal In You Hiding? Written by Connie Rogers “Many animals can learn and teach their young, but humans are the only ones that think themselves more competent. Is it our language or ability to read, write or produce ART that makes us superior? The stories we tell about how we came to be who we are; often neglect the complexity…

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The importance of connections

The importance of connections

In this new world of lockdowns and social distancing The importance of connections Written by Donna Cameron Now more than ever, we need to remember the importance of human connections and being with our people.  Prior to the pandemic, social distancing, and lockdowns, we humans were a social bunch. We caught up with friends for coffee, attended festivals, movies and…

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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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How to Save Energy at Home

How to Save Energy at Home – Part 4

How to Save Energy at Home Written by Ahmad Fraij In this issue, we will discuss the requirements for the house envelop to reduce energy consumption and how to use the curtains and shutter for energy saving. We will also talk about the standby loads, solar PV system and how to buy energy-efficient appliances in Australia. This is will be…

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Top Trees for Your Garden

Top Trees for Your Garden

Written by Annabelle Drew The best time to plant a tree was 60 years ago. The second-best time is today. A mature tree offers us so much in our gardens.  Trees add immeasurable value to our homes by: Visually enhancing our properties Providing shade and shelter from wind Providing air and a cleaner atmosphere Improving habitat for birds Improving the…

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What would Mama Bear do

What would Mama Bear do?

Written by Claire Dunkley aka ‘Mama Bear’ from Cluzie Clinic I have found since becoming a mother that my view on things has somewhat changed.  Of course I want to be the best mother possible, and sometimes I look to nature and animals as a way to live my best mumma-life. The Mama Bear is innately protective of her cubs…

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Holidaying at Home

Holidaying at Home

Holidaying at Home Written by Cerise Canon As we bunker down for continual lockdowns, holidaying seems like a distant memory. The disappointment of cancelled plans and nowhere to go can be overwhelming for families with children who were excited to embark on their latest trip. After gathering snow gear, packing our bags and getting ready to head off to the…

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Why Stay away from Animal Tourism

Why Stay away from Animal Tourism

Written by Orsolya Bartalis Let’s face it, one of the exciting things about travel is to see and learn about the exotic wildlife a place has to offer. We have seen the advertising of riding an elephant, the performing monkeys on the street, the mesmerizing snake shows, or even tiger sanctuaries. We may have even experienced it in the past.…

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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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10 reasons to eat more greens

10 reasons to eat more greens Written by Adriana Krueger Superfoods are nature’s “power food” that give the body a power boost so that you can have magical superpowers just like Popeye! I’m strong to the finich, ‘cause I eats me spinach, I’m Popeye the sailor man!” A large part of our childhood memories consists of watching Popeye and getting…

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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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What Can Sabotage Our Health?

What Can Sabotage Our Health?

Written by Connie Rogers The reason most people are sick is that we are exposed to thousands of man-made chemicals and poisons in this world. Poison starts the disease process and prevents us from being the best we can be. BFAs, opioids, obesogens, heavy metal contamination, Glyphosate, fertilizers, prescription drugs such as antidepressants, birth control pills and statins, fluoride dispensaries,…

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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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How to bring harmony to your life?

How to bring harmony to your life?

Written by Michael Dermansky When you read every advice column and article on what to do and not do with your life, it can get very confusing and overwhelming and unfortunately, contradictory.  Although I don’t have all the answers, the aim of this article is to give you a few, practical tips and activities that you can do to bring…

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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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Address Self-Sabotaging Behaviors

Address Self-Sabotaging Behaviors to Achieve a Peaceful Life

Writtten by Connie Rogers is a Certified Brain & Health Coach owner of www.bitesizepieces.net Below are 5 easy steps for living a peaceful life. Address Your Stress; If we want to achieve balance and peace in our life, we first have to understand the source of our stress. For example, it could be memories from childhood abuse.  According to the…

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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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The Karate Kid Story Continues

The Karate Kid Story Continues

On the Small Screen with Cobra Kai Written by Ana Jones They say you should never go back. But that is certainly not the case with the TV series Cobra Kai. Revisiting The Karate Kid movies from the 1980s – and the story of Danny LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and high school/karate rival Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) will only bring you…

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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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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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