The Defining Traits Of The Next Generation

By: McCrindleToday’s generation of children are different from generations past. They are a mix of Generation Z, those born from 1995 to 2009 and Generation Alpha, those born since 2010. Additionally, there are now more Australians born since 1980 than before it. This means that...

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How to Set Goals and Achieve Them

By: Christine AddisSetting goals can sometimes seem like a lesson in frustration and when I meet people for the first time they sometimes can’t see the way to their dreams because their everyday has become so overwhelming.You will often hear children talk about what they want to do when...

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Are You prepared to Change?

By: Christine AddisI have been through a lot of changes recently in both my business life and personal life.Changes that have come about because of noticing that what I was presently doing either wasn’t working or had stopped producing the results that I wanted.Anthony Robbins is quoted...

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Cherry and Coconut Muffins

By: Susan JoyThese delicious, easy cherry and coconut muffins are moist and soft with a light almond flavour. I’ve made them with fresh cherries but frozen whole cherries can be used. The muffins were my hubby’s idea after we were gifted a large box of fresh local cherries. I know he...

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All-Purpose BBQ Seasoning

By: Susan JoyAn All-Purpose seasoning to add flavour to a plain piece of meat with no effort. It’s not only delicious sprinkled over meat, chicken and fish but try it sprinkled over your cooked eggs or an omelette. By making your own seasoning, you miss out on the anti-caking agents and...

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Christmas Snowballs

By: Susan JoyThese snowballs are a quick and easy festive treat. I’ve used cacao butter with just a little coconut oil to give a delicious white-fudge flavour. Maple syrup or honey can be used as the sweetener but my preference is 100% maple syrup as honey can tend to overpower other...

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Gingerbread Bliss Balls

By: Susan JoyWhen you live in a hot place like Western Australia at Christmas time, these delicious gingerbread balls are a better option than baking. They really hit the spot with their spicy ginger flavour. This healthy snack is not only gluten and grain-free but is also vegan. Serves: 22 |...

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The Best Books I Read in 2019 (and a Few Others)

By: Sheridan VoyseyWhere would we be without books? What wonder and wisdom we’d miss out on, what delight we’d forfeit. And so I present to you this year’s edition of my Best Books list (you can find previous year’s lists here). These are the titles I read, those I had...

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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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