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You Ought To Be Congratulated!

By: Helen CarrIn 2019/2020 I wrote a novel. Yes, I finally finished writing the 90000-word manuscript I had sitting in my head for years. Thank you, you’re too kind. No, seriously, hold your applause; because the truth is, it’s not very good…but it could be…maybe?And that...

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How To Declutter Your Bookshelf

By: Gabriel GarciaBooks. One of the greatest inventions of mankind. However, though books are a wonderful source of entertainment and knowledge there is a downside to our wonderful book collections at home; they take up a lot of space.So when you find your book collection is getting too...

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Keep Your Dogs Cool This Summer

By: Nikki PoultonSummers in Australia can get extremely hot, and whilst we can dress for it and have some ice cold water if we’re hot, our pets can’t. Learning the signs of overheating and how to prevent it is essential in keeping our animals healthy and happy in a heatwave.Panting,...

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Nuts and Bolts – The Anytime Snack!

By: Lorrene McClymontNuts and Bolts have always been a huge favourite in our family. They are a Christmas special, my Mum made them and passed her recipe onto me but you can make them any time of year.Now it’s my husband’s Christmas tradition and we love it. Not going to lie though...

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The Importance of Music

By: Nikki PoultonMusic is incredibly powerful. It has a way of moving the heart that nothing else does. Music can bring joy, sadness, contentment, new perspectives, anger, and everything in between.Recently, music has been bringing me something different – closer to God, and deeper...

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Turn It Off

By: Lorrene McClymontI have to admit I have been really struggling with feelings of heaviness, anxiety, and feeling overwhelmed. Sometimes I can feel the weight of the world at the moment. It’s a heavy place to be and it just seems like I can’t escape tough conversations and constant...

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9 Job Interview Tips

By: Gabriel GarciaSo you’re applying for a job. Whether you’re a teenager seeking your first experience in the world of paid work or you’re a university graduate trying to get that lucky break, your success will hinge greatly on whether you make a good first impression during...

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Finding Peace in an Upside Down World

By: Lorrene McClymontI haven’t been sure about what to write about this week. I am feeling weary. My social media is filled with angry opinions about the current status of the world, everywhere I go I am bombarded by information and it seems there is not a lot of positivity at the moment. I...

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Learn to Cook Like a Junior Masterchef

By: Gabriel GarciaWhether you’re an aspiring Masterchef or the obligatory chef at home, cooking is something we must all get a grasp of at some point in our lives.WATCH BELOW: Themis Chryssidis and Callum Hann launch 12 before 12Like many things in life, learning to cook and having a...

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Control the Controllables

By: Lorrene McClymontThe world has gone slightly crazy and it seems the virus is all anyone is talking about. It makes my brain tired.Things To Be Thankful ForWhen I walked in the door tonight, I saw the kids on the couch with a sleeping puppy and it made my heart smile. Then I noticed the free...

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Darryl Strawberry: Just Say Yes To Jesus

By: David MaegraithThe Southern California (SoCal) Harvest crusade saw 8,670 people give their lives to Christ over the three-night event held over the last weekend of August, 2019. Greg Laurie, senior pastor of the Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California, said it was an amazing...

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