Are We Living Intentionally or Are Circumstances Dictating Our Future?

By: Robert Garrett

‘The things I don’t want to do, I end up doing, and the things I want to do, I don’t do.’ Those words, written almost 2,000 years ago in A.D. 56 express the idea of inner conflict. Clearly, the conflict of not living up to our own expectations is not a new thing.
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I Joined the Gym

By: Yvette Cherry

Here’s a scary thing that I’ve done lately: I joined the gym.
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Time to Rethink Our Attitude to Singleness

By: Sheridan Voysey

More 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.
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Creamy Thai Cauliflower Soup

By: Susan Joy

This is the perfect winter warming soup. The red curry paste gives a delicious spicy Thai flavour to this creamy, filling soup. The whole family will love it; its even been approved by my 9 year old grandson. Read more

What is Nutritional Yeast?

By: Susan Joy

What is Nutritional yeast? Here’s your comprehensive guide to the health benefits and how to use it in your everyday meals. Read more

Riding the Storm

By: Rodney Olsen

The rain is coming. Storms too. It might get pretty wild over the next week but I’ll just stay inside.
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Chocolate Coconut Banana Bread

By: Susan Joy

Every child and adult will love this full flavoured banana cake. It’s moist and chocolatey packed with delicious healthy ingredients that are nut and grain free. Suitable to pack into school lunch boxes, to serve at kids parties or too big kids with a cuppa .
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Why Do I Feel Alone in a Hyper-Connected World?

By: Susan Sohn

When writing my book “True You” I knew I had to include a chapter on connection. Many who I interviewed spoke about loneliness and the disconnect they were living. Hearing their stories was painful.
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The Fear of Leftovers (FOLO) is Gripping the Workplace

By: McCrindle

What is FOLO? The fear of leftovers or FOLO is gripping a quarter of Australians who say they are embarrassed to eat leftovers at work. Read more

Lessons I’ve Learned With Age

By: Jennie Scott

As I write this, I’m sitting in a coffee shop, alone. Of course, there are other people in the building, so I guess I’m not technically alone, but I came here without anyone else, on purpose.
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