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French Onion Dip

By: Susan JoyThis paleo French onion dip is so easy to make, it’s delicious and it’s the perfect appetiser. Once upon a time, I used to make it with cream cheese (which contained preservatives) and a packet of French onion soup, packed with MSG, anti-caking agent and artificial...

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Choc Mint Mini Cheesecakes (Dairy-Free)

By: Susan JoyThese delicious dairy-free, no-bake, mini cheesecakes will really impress your guests. The chocolate mint cheesecake filling texture is light and fluffy, and perfectly flavoured.I find many raw cheesecake fillings made with coconut oil and cashews produce a very heavy cheesecake. My...

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New Research Shows 1 in 4 Aussies Has a Tattoo

By: McCrindleWith Summer upon us, Australians are opting for the usual attire of shorts and beachwear. With more skin on display, if there is a perception that we’ve become more tattooed than ever – that’s because we have.One in four Australians has a tattooAustralia is...

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Zucchini Fritters

By: Susan JoyThese zucchini fritters are the perfect light, meatless meal. They have a lovely soft, light texture. I’ve used cassava flour to make them nut-free and leftovers can be popped into school lunchboxes.Cassava flour is made from a tubular vegetable that is peeled, dried and ground...

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Do You Have a Wonder Woman Complex?

By: Danni SynotAnyone else out there feel like they have to hold it all together like some kind of superhero?I’m sure I used to have a Wonder Woman complex. It works a treat – for a while. It’s all cool while you have the energy, but then where do you run to when things are...

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Three Ways to Reflect on Your Life

By: Sheridan VoyseyIn his famous poem The Four Quartets, TS Elliott says “We had the experience, but missed the meaning.” How true!Too often life can become one long series of unrelated events – a conversation here, an appointment there, walking the dog, working through our to-do...

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Ginger Snap Biscuits Recipe

By: Susan JoyMy Ginger Snap biscuits are thin, crispy and snap with each bite. My family loves ginger cookies and I have several versions in my cookbooks but these Ginger Snaps have hit the top of the list, you must make them. They have the perfect balance of spice and sweetness and are completely...

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Resilience Amidst the Pandemic

By: McCrindleDespite the challenges that 2020 has presented, Australians are finding the silver lining and displaying the strength of the Aussie spirit that we are so proud of.According to our third phase of research exploring the impacts of COVID-19, almost nine in ten Australians (87%) agree...

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When Rejection Ruins Who You Thought You Were

By: Jennie ScottWhen you’ve experienced rejection in your life, a serious rejection of all that you are, you see everything through the lens of being unwanted and unworthy. Worthless, as a matter of fact, and disposable. You very easily operate from the assumption that who you are is never...

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