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Six Ways to Tend Your Soul in Times of Turmoil

By: Sheridan VoyseyHow can we cultivate, care for, tend our soul right now to stay, well, sane? Here are six strategies I’m trying to implement with links to explore some related practices. 1. Limit Your Screen TimeIf ever there’s been a time to be engaged citizens, it’s now. We...

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3 Kinds of Cities You Could Be Living in Tomorrow

By: Michael McQueenWith the UN predicting that 68 percent of the world’s people will live in urban areas by 2050,[1] it is essential that spaces we are living in are viable and sustainable for years to come. The cities we are familiar with, complete with collections of grey buildings,...

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Chocolate Banana Smoothie

By: Susan JoyA deliciously creamy and smooth, chocolate protein smoothie. It’s the perfect breakfast to fill you up for many hours. My 11 year old grandson helped me create this smoothie, we had so much fun testing it over several days in the school holidays. We topped our Chocolate Banana...

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New Life Expectancy and Death Data

By: McCrindleAustralians are now forecast to live longer than ever according to the latest ABS data. Men born today are forecast to live until 80.9 years, and women will live even longer, up to 85 years.The changes in life expectancy over the last three decades have favoured men more than women....

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3 Tips for Dealing with Disillusionment

By: Melanie SawardWith such eagerness, we all waved goodbye to 2020 and invited the ‘fresh start’ that 2021 promised…But as time passes, and the familiar sounds of a Test Match on TV fill the room with some semblance of normality, there’s an unspoken sense of uncertainty,...

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Lamb Korma

By: Susan JoyIt’s all about the sauce in this very popular Indian dish. Don’t be put off by the number of ingredients in this recipe, it just takes three easy steps to create this flavour packed meal.Marinate, make the gravy, then simmer together. You can use chicken, beef or seafood...

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3 Critical Keys to Combatting the ‘Infodemic’

By: Michael McQueenIn the mid-1960s, Dr Martin Luther King Jr suggested that the primary goal of education ought to be two things: teaching students to think deeply, and to think with discernment. These two essential ingredients, he argued, were the key to building both intelligence and...

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Top Ten Trends for 2021

By: McCrindle2020 was a year unlike any other. Our year in review showed the vast changes and important social, political, global and cultural events that took place. As we look ahead to 2021, it’s important for leaders to have foresight, and to be able to see things not just as they are,...

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Cherry Cobbler

By: Susan JoyThis perfectly healthy dessert is packed with so much flavour. The filling has a delicious cherry-almond flavour then baked with an easy scone topping made from almond meal, coconut flour and arrowroot. Serve topped with vanilla coconut ice cream or dairy-free cream (recipe for...

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2020 Year in Review

By: McCrindleThe year 2020 will go down in history as one of the most unprecedented and challenging years of modern times. From the Australian bushfires to COVID-19, Black Lives Matter and the U.S election, it has been a tumultuous year of change. Here, we take a look at this iconic year in...

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