By: Rodney Olsen
I’ve got a medal in my desk drawer at work that’s worth a handful of dollars, yet I have an identical medal at home which is worth far more. Continue reading “Great Expectations”
By: Susan Joy | The JOYful Table
Delicious sweet potato gnocchi is lightly fried to produce crispy little pillows with soft centres. I’ve coated the gnocchi in a creamy tomato and spinach sauce. I’m always happy when a recipe turns out just like, or even better than the traditional version. Serve with a green salad on the side. Continue reading “Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Creamy Tomato & Spinach Sauce”
By: Linda Lou
Do you remember when you were at your happiest? If you’re in your senior years, chances it wasn’t in the midlife season of your 40s. Continue reading “Are You In a Mid-Life Low? Take Heart – It’ll Get Better, Say Researchers”
By: Sheridan Voysey
The plan seemed clear. The path seemed straight. But diversion after diversion beset you. Now you wonder if you’ve taken a wrong turn somewhere and will ever reach your dreamed-of destination. You’re in such a different place to where you thought you’d be by now. Continue reading “Confused About the Direction of Your Life? This Might Help”
Mental health issues affect everyone. Whether or not you yourself are experiencing mental illness there is always someone around you who is.
The World Mental Health Day website says that 1 in 5 Aussies are affected by it. As a community it’s important that we look out for each other, start conversations and support one another. Continue reading “10 Tips for Looking After Your Mental Health”
By: Sheridan Voysey
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn – I use and enjoy them all. But sometimes I enjoy them too much.
I have just completed a social media fast. It wasn’t a long one – just four weeks – but the effects have been significant; enough to prove I need to do it again. Continue reading “Four Reasons Why You Should Try a Social Media Fast”
Are you sick of dusty candles lying around that you can no longer use after the wick has burned down?
Fret no more with this simple solution to recycling and creating a beautiful new candle with your leftover wax! Continue reading “How to Recycle Your Old Candles”
Author: Clare Bruce | Open House.
When a teenager is rebellious, over-emotional, struggling at school, anxious or depressed, the cause may be as simple as a chronic lack of sleep.
By: Bec Oates
The day of my birth, no doubt a glorious day in the history of mankind, is to be celebrated this day.
As one reaches… lets say… the later years… birthday thoughts change. Continue reading “It’s My Birthday and I’ll Cry If I Want To”