By: Susan Joy
Easy and delicious Chicken Nuggets with a nut-free, lightly seasoned coating. I created this recipe with children in mind so they can enjoy a yummy, healthy school lunch (it’s been taste tested by my grandkids and passed with flying colours). Continue reading “Chicken Nuggets (Nut-Free)”
By: Collett Smart
When I worked as a school psychologist, for more than 10 years, some of the most common lunch time chats I had in my office were with one girl or a group of girls. Inevitably, because something had ‘gone wrong’ in their relationships. This resulted in some tears, sometimes heartache, often internal wrestling or questioning. Continue reading “When Friendships Go Wrong For Girls”
By: Sheridan Voysey
Cateura is a small slum in Paraguay, South America, built on a rubbish tip. Desperately poor, its villagers eke out a living by recycling and selling whatever they can find in the garbage. But from these unpromising conditions something beautiful has emerged – an orchestra. Continue reading “When the World Sends You Garbage, Send Back Music”
Australia is experiencing record low birth rates per couple but a record high number birth overall. Women are choosing to delay getting married and having children, prioritising education and career before starting a family.
Continue reading “Record Low Birth Rates and a Record High Life Expectancy”
Hernán knew about God as a teenager however, at the age of fifteen, he started smoking marijuana and later began to use cocaine.
Continue reading “God Uses My Past — Hernán’s Story”
By: Susan Joy
This is my version of the humble Zucchini Slice. It’s packed with zucchini, bacon and lots of flavour. My family didn’t even notice it was dairy-free or wheat-free. This slice is kid-friendly and can be served hot or chilled with salad. It’s also the perfect healthy breakfast on the run and being nut-free it’s suitable for school lunchboxes. Continue reading “Zucchini Slice”
By: Katrina Roe
Last year, psychologist, author and contributor Collett Smart celebrated her 25-year wedding anniversary. She shares what she knows about marriage now, that she didn’t know when she walked down the aisle. Continue reading “3 Keys to a Happy Marriage and 4 Rules for the Tough Times”
By: Michael McQueen
If you had told the manual workers of the previous centuries that one day the average person’s ‘work’ would primarily be conducted from one little device we call a ‘laptop’, they would not have believed you – and they definitely would not have thought of it as ‘work’.
Continue reading “What Your Future Job Will Look Like”
As we settle into the 2020’s, it’s the perfect time to reflect not only on last year, but on life so far. Based on the latest survey we conducted, there’s some valuable advice to keep in mind and equip you, as we enter this new decade of massive change.
Continue reading “Aussies’ Biggest Regrets Are That They Didn’t Do More with the Time They Had”