Why We Should Trade In Our Education Bias

By: Michael McQueen If you rose through the grades of the schooling system in the last forty years or so, it is almost certain that at some point you were encouraged toward university. With its lures of prestige and its promises of the expansion of the mind, and a cap, gown and certificate waiting...

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The Wonderful Act of Giving

By: Christine AddisChristmas is almost upon us and in the midst of all of the preparations it is our usual practise to turn our thoughts toward giving.I was in the middle of writing a list of the gifts I wanted to buy and in the middle of that I thought about an invite I had received to go to...

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Can I Get a Busy Badge?

By: Rodney OlsenYou’ve had the same conversation a thousand times. You meet up with someone who asks how you’ve been and you answer by telling them … ‘busy’. Their question isn’t about your level of activity, it’s about your personal wellness, yet you...

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Do Small Steps Really Matter?

By: Christine AddisHow many times have we second guessed ourselves when we are confronted with something we want to change and make a decision to do so only to give up because we fail to see the progress achieved by seemingly small steps?Going for a walk in my local area the other day, I...

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Have You Taken the Time to Plan?

By: Christine AddisWhat is it about retirement that we feel we have all the time in the world to think about it but go into a mad panic when we reach our 50th birthday and feel like we are destined to live a less than desirable life on the pension?I see so many people between the ages of 50...

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For The Woman Who’s Always Falling Short

By: Jennie ScottI prepared a healthy lunch… but left it in the refrigerator. I made sure my kids had everything they needed for school… but forgot to send in a note about a transportation change.I started the laundry before work… but got distracted and left the wet clothes in...

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The Atheist Who Wants More Churches In Australia

By: Akos BaloghHarvard Educated Federal Labor MP Andrew Leigh believes Australia could do with more churches. He believes churches are good for society. And yet Leigh is an Atheist. So why does he hold this view?Leigh has done research showing churches play a vital role in building this...

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How Busy Mums Can Make Time for Daily Devotions

By: Brittany AnnDo you ever wish you could spend more time in the Word, but you’re just so busy taking care of your home and family that you don’t know how you possibly can? Yeah, I’ve been there.I’m not sure what it was about my youngest, but I was so exhausted...

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Smoked Paprika & Herbed Chicken

By: Susan JoyThis is a simple one-pot chicken dinner full of flavour. The sauce is packed with vegetables and immune-boosting chicken broth. Serve this delicious smoked paprika and herbed chicken over low-carb cauliflower mash. The whole family will love it and it makes the best...

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