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For many of us, our twenties are the defining decade. We emerge into adulthood only somewhat prepared for the real world and quickly realise there is so much we don’t know. We make mistakes and hopefully learn from those mistakes…

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How to practice ethical gift giving this holiday season

How to practice ethical gift giving this holiday season 14 December 2020 Ethical gift giving is just as much about what we do buy as it is about what we don’t buy. Moving away from defaulting to purchasing fast fashion items, new electronics to replace perfectly functioning ones, or flimsy plastic toys is just as…

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Moving to relax and re-energise

Moving to relax and re-energise 14 December 2020 You often need to spend energy to create more of it – easier said than done as we head towards the end of a year! But what if simply moving your body looked like playing with your pet, going for a walk with a friend or kicking…

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3 ways to be more mindful and present every day

3 ways to be more mindful and present every day 14 December 2020 Sometimes, especially when times are tough, it can be very easy to lose sight of the present. If you’re dwelling on past troubles or worrying about uncertainty in the future, you’re at risk of forgetting to live in the moment and before…

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Inspired Adventures Reading Guide: Strong Female Protagonist 23 October 2020 Need a little inspiration of women kicking butt and taking names? Struggling to find your willpower and inner drive to keep training and working towards the adventure that from the outlook appears inconceivable? Our reading guide this week is women who are strong, capable and…

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6 Inspiring Australian Women 18 October 2020 In honour of March’s celebratory ‘Women’s History Month’ just ending we thought we’d explore a little further into the adventurous, intelligent and boundary-pushing women of Australia’s past & present.   1. Edith Cowan Edith Cowan became the first woman elected as a member of Parliament in 1921. She…

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The recent bushfire season has left many communities around Australia in a state of utter devastation. Though the worst of it is behind, there is a long road ahead before these towns are back on their feet. There are lots of ways you can do your part to support these communities as they rebuild.

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