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Learning From the Ant: A Money Lesson

By: Alex CookHave you heard of Aesop’s fable about the grasshopper and the ant? The grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing to its heart’s content one summer day when an ant passed by.It was carrying an ear of corn bigger than its size and it was on its way back to the...

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Sweet Potato & Cassava Flour Wraps

By: Susan JoyIt only takes a couple of ingredients to create these easy and amazing wraps. They are soft, flexible and perfect for making sandwich wraps and tortillas. Try them filled with BBQ pulled pork and coleslaw, so delicious. I created this recipe for my grandson who needs gluten-free but...

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Paleo “Corn” Chips

By: Susan JoyThese paleo chips contain no corn or grains to keep your tummies feeling well! If you have been missing salty-crispy snacks but want to stay away from the manufactured store-bought bags of corn chips, you will want to make this recipe. Serve with dips, chilli beef, use for nachos or...

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Caramel & Chocolate Tart Recipe

By: Susan JoyThis tart is seriously delicious, it might not look good for you but it sure is! Usually, caramel is so sweet and full of sugar but my Paleo caramel is made from whole natural ingredients.It has a lovely smooth, buttery flavour with a hint of salt (the salt can be adjusted to your...

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Finding Your Top Priorities

By: Susan BrowningSo I’m sitting here beginning to see our calendar fill… yes, it’s a slowed and gentle influx. But still I’m breathing in a hint of that familiar feeling and the returning of a pace I don’t think I want – anymore… I know it’s...

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Where Do My Dreams Come From?

By: Tania HarrisEverybody dreams. Scientists tell us that we all dream for one to two hours a night.1 Dreams are a normal and healthy part of being human. But where do they come from?A middle-aged woman named Karen once told me her dream. Karen was in her bedroom trying to look in the mirror, but...

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Six Science-Backed Benefits of Gratitude

By: Dr Justin CoulsonThere is a mountain of scientifically-backed reasons showing that being grateful is really, really good for us.Six Science-Backed Benefits of GratitudeIncreases HappinessGratitude makes us happier. The science is clear. Happier people are grateful. And grateful people are...

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Banana & Zucchini Bread

By: Susan JoyThis tasty, healthy bread is made with fruit and vegetables, almond meal and coconut flour which are rich in protein and fibre, plus prebiotic fibre from arrowroot. It has a crispy top, a lovely moist centre and rises well. It’s the perfect snack for any hungry tummy.Serves: 1...

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TV Host Eddie Woo’s Top Study Tip for Year 12s

By: Clare BruceFor star Youtuber and maths teacher extraordinaire Eddie Woo, teaching in lockdown has come naturally.After all, creating lessons for the screen is something he’s been doing for years; it’s his wildly popular Youtube maths lessons that have made him a hit with students...

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Tandoori Chicken with Indian Green Chutney

By: Susan JoyTandoori Chicken is an iconic North Indian dish. It gets its name from the way it is cooked – in a tandoori or clay oven. Tandoori Chicken is a very quick and easy recipe to make. It has a delicious, smokey-spicy flavour. Just pop the spices, coconut cream and lime juice into a...

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You Need to Play More. Here’s Why

By: Sheridan VoyseyIf there’s one member of our household taking these uncertain times in his stride, it’s our black-furred, silver-pawed cockapoo, Rupert—whose playfulness is getting him through heatwaves and lockdowns alike.Rupert’s joy seems based on the fact he...

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Almond Butter Cookies

By: Susan JoyQuick and easy, high protein, healthy after school snack. I’ve used unrefined low GI coconut sugar and a jar of almond butter to make these cookies, easy and convenient to make. The cookies are crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside, very yummy and will satisfy any hungry...

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