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The Wellbeing Challenge in Australian Schools

By: McCrindleA 2019 McCrindle survey of Australian parents shows that parent expectations of Australian schools is on the rise. In the last five years, almost half of parents (48%) have increased (significantly/somewhat/slightly) their expectations of their child’s school to support...

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Australia, The Sporting Nation

By: McCrindleAustralia is a nation of sports lovers. Four in five (80%) Australians agree that sport is a significant part of Australian culture. We are proud that we punch above our weight on the international stage, be it the Olympics, soccer world cup, the cricket or rugby. The often-used...

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Orange and Zucchini Bread

By: Susan JoyThis is a deliciously moist bread with a yummy coconut-orange icing. The flavour and moisture are reached by using fresh orange juice, zest, zucchini and sweet spices. When you’re given fresh oranges and zucchinis, it’s the perfect time to create a new recipe, I’m...

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Granola Clusters

By: Susan JoyThese crisp clusters of Paleo Granola are delicious served with almond milk and fresh fruit. They are also the perfect topping to sprinkle over coconut yoghurt or chia puddings. For a variation, you might like to add some diced organic dried apricots or sultanas to your granola...

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I Raised 3 Screenagers: A Gen X View of Gen Z

By: Susan SohnI was born in 1970, smack in the middle of Generation X births. Millennials had not emerged from Baby Boomers yet, and the zeitgeist of Gen Z right now (Stranger Things, and nostalgia for 80s vintage), was my teenage prime. For most of us in our 40s and 50s, our parents experienced...

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Muesli Bars

By: Susan JoyThese muesli bars are crunchy eaten straight from the fridge and a little bit chewy when left at room temperature. They have a hint of a sweet and salty flavour and the drizzle of dark chocolate on top makes them even more delicious. They are easy to make and are idea for when a...

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I Joined the Gym

By: Yvette CherryHere’s a scary thing that I’ve done lately: I joined the gym. Me to the guy at the gym (I ramble when I’m nervous): “Hi, it’s my first time here. I haven’t done any exercise in a long time. The other day my ten-year-old was complaining about...

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Time to Rethink Our Attitude to Singleness

By: Sheridan VoyseyMore and more of us are single. In the United Kingdom, over a third of the adult population of England and Wales are single, more than half of 25–44 year olds, and singleness is increasing in every age group with 50–64 year olds growing the fastest. Some embrace the...

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