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Strawberry & Lime Smoothie – Fresh Tasting and Nutritious

This fresh-tasting smoothie contains a good source of protein and healthy fats, plus vitamin C, potassium and antioxidants from fruit.

The Flip Side of Empathy

When empathy is at work, there are a few traps that can prevent us from actually caring about others properly.

Voting on The Voice: Interviews on Both Perspectives

Two respectful “yes” and “no” perspectives to add to your research in making an informed decision on The Voice Referendum.

Why Do We Hang On To Toxic Leaders?

The attitude that any leader, despite their behaviour, is integral and indispensible to the organisation, is a myth, writes Stephen McAlpine.

When Cracks Appear, Check Your Foundations

Our engineer’s advice added a week to our build and significant cost to our budget, but it’s a helpful metaphor for our personal lives, too.

What are Your Travel Alternatives to Qantas?

As the national carrier dramatically falters, let’s explore the other airline options for moving about the continent.

Is Your Workplace Psychologically Safe? Can You Speak Up?

Psychological safety is a climate that allows people freedom to be candid, to make mistakes, to speak up, and to share ideas.

Gen Z’s Top Hope in Life: Home Ownership

The ‘Australian dream’ is still sought after, even with the current housing climate preventing many from entering the market.

Because Every Yes is Also a No

Brian Harris suggests, each time we are about to say “yes”, why not pause and ask, “what does this mean I am saying no to?”

Third Time Around Still Carries Some Charm in ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’

‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3’ doesn’t reach the same heights as number one, but certainly rises above the ones set for it by the poster.

The Future of Commerce is Cause-Driven

There’s not only intrinsic value in being a trustworthy, integrous and ‘good’ organization, there are compelling commercial reasons too.

AI and Christian Faith: What Does the Bible Have to Say?

Of course, the Bible doesn’t mention AI… but it does have many things to say about technology, writes Akos Balogh.

What Are You Grateful For?

Research suggests that it takes as little as three weeks of practising gratitude to train our brain to look out for the positive.

‘Haunted Mansion’ – From Theme Park Ride to a Cinema Near You

After 20 years, can this scary property rise from the ashes to entice audiences to haunt their local cinema?

Turns Out Millennials Are the Most Loyal Generation

The dedication of Millennials lies in their ability to adapt and remain devoted, even amidst changing professional landscapes.

How Did Nepo Babies Become A Thing?

A “nepo baby” is a child of a famous parent who succeeds in that parent’s industry. Usually in arts and entertainment…

Lessons From My Dad

The best way I can honour my father is to share some of the lessons he gave me in the short 12 years I had with him.

How to Build Self-Confidence

Confidence is not a fixed characteristic, but a quality that can grow and improve over time, writes psychologist Lauren Chee.