“This idea that is built into all of us, into our DNA, is this desire and reflex to help,” Ebony Gaylor, sociologist and social futurist.
While we live in an increasingly digital world, it’s important for adults and kids to get outside, exercise, spend time off screens and get quality sleep.
By: Phil Grey Last weekend was to be a huge weekend for Cricket in Launceston...it still was even with Saturday being a washout. There were three matches played on Sunday, with two of them played at UTAS stadium. Even with the cold wind blowing the Perth Scorchers,...
Not everything about darkness is bad. There are things – treasures – you can see in darkness that you will never see in the light.
Tech expert Geoff Quattromani from the Technology Uncorked podcast, says it is better to turn passwords into passphrases.
The topic of financial health is one that many Australians put off for another day, and many Aussies don’t have much saved up for a rainy day.
Young Indigenous man Corey Tutt is passionate about science, loves animals and founded Deadly Science to equip remote Indigenous schools across Australia.
How fully do you think you are saved right now? Do you think you’re 50% saved? Or perhaps you think you’re doing very nicely, and you think you’re 80% saved
Alexander Pappas inadvertently captured the COVID fatigue feeling in his first single, that was actually inspired by pre-pandemic challenges.
The common desire for self-improvement is one of the reasons why some people find Christianity attractive. After all, doesn’t it offer transformation?
How do you show that you actually do care about yourself and your wellbeing? Here are 6 self-care strategies that actually work.
Rebekah Campbell’s book ‘138 Dates’ covers her three-year journey in finding love, confronting grief and rejection, and perseverance.