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Our Busy Lives Are Awe-Deprived. Here Are 6 Ways to Find Wonder Again

Awe is something that adults rarely experience. I am increasingly convinced that rediscovering child-like wonder is essential for our spiritual health.

The Simple Reason I Pack My Lunch And Set My Alarm

I do the things I’d rather not do, small things that are a pain, because I’ve learned small things are larger than they appear.

You Are Doing Enough – Maintaining Balance in a Busy World

These days I find myself saying “no” far more easily to things I would’ve said “yes” a thousand times to perhaps a few years ago.

Chocolate Marshmallow Slice Recipe

No bake, nut-free slice recipe with a firm chocolate-coconut base and a soft vanilla marshmallow topping. We dare you to only eat one slice!

Do You Need an Instagram Reality Check?

The images that flood our minds and screens are highly constructed, staged, edited, reshot and coupled with a genuinely fabulous caption.

Social Interaction is the Key to Good Mental Health for Seniors

When an seniors starts to become forgetful, it’s not necessarily dementia.

What on Earth is the Enneagram?

I’ve been learning about the Enneagram for about five minutes now and I’m here for you with the most basic answers in case you too have been wondering.

Butternut Pikelets Recipe

These pikelets are soft and fluffy, perfect for afternoon tea or as a healthy after school snack for the kids!

‘50 Shades Brighter’ – The Kindness Campaign

In the wake of devastating violence, the ’50 Shades Brighter’ Kindness Campaign was birthed to make sure terrorism doesn’t get the final say.

18 Ways to Increase Your Happiness

Some of these things can be done right now. Others will need to be planned. But all of them are shown scientifically to impact on our happiness for better. 

Mushroom Omelette Recipe

A hearty and healthy breakfast or brunch with a delicious mushroom filling that’s flavoured with coconut aminos, parsley and chives.

Four Prayers for Financial Help

Four prayers that you should utter when hopelessness and frustration tugs at your heart. 

The Great ‘Unplug’ Day a Chance to Detox From Phones and Tech

A New York-based non-profit called Reboot is encouraging people around the world to join in the ‘National Day of Unplugging’ this weekend – a 24-hour disconnect from phones, computers and other devices. Now in its tenth year, the annual…

A Simple Tool to Help You Make Sense of Life

By: Sheridan Voysey According to the experts, writing in a journal can help you reduce stress, increase creativity, solve problems, and manage conflict. I’ve also found it to be an incredibly helpful tool for making sense of our personal…

5 Signs That It’s Time to Look for a Counsellor

When life kicks you, it’s easy to become disoriented. Counselling is simply a way of pressing the “reset button.” If relationships matter to you, there’s one important principle you need to bear in mind: it takes two to tango. A relationship…
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Burnout Begins With Weariness. Here’s How to Stop it Going Further

Robert Coles, the eminent American psychiatrist, once wrote a book called The Call of Service. Collating his work over three decades with charity workers, civil rights campaigners and community volunteers, Coles explored the reasons why people…

Ways to Stay Warm this Winter Without Blowing your Budget

By: Jari Smith Winter is here! The season of hot chocolate, knitted jumpers and chapped lips. Although many parts of Australia don’t get as chilly as others, some of us can’t handle even slightly cool temperatures without a hot water…