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Give the gift of kindness every single day

"Love each other as I have loved you" I like to think that people, each one of us, are inherently good. Yes, people can be horrible at times, but overall, I believe that there are more good people than bad and we

The Coronavirus – two ways to keep the virus out

The Coronavirus - Two Ways to Keep the Virus Out   In these times of challenge, with the COVID-19 navigating around the world and attacking fellow humans, and impacting our day-to-day lives in a whole variety of ways, it’s

Make Your Time Count

This is a special year. 2020 always used to be ‘the future’ somewhere on the horizon. Well, here we are. Welcome to the future!   With the arrival of a new decade, many people have been reflecting on the decade that was,

Wellbeing at Work Sydney 2019

Highlights And just like that, Wellbeing@Work Sydney 2019 is over!  It was a fantastic day full of sharing, learning, connecting and thinking. Research shows that work, what you do every day, has the most significant impact on a person’s wellbeing and

Advice from 80 year olds

About 10 years ago, I stumbled across some advice from a survey of 80-year-old British people. I can't even remember who did the survey, but the list of lessons from people in the later years of life really resonated with me to the

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Holiday Recipe Guide

The Festive season can be a bit of a nightmare when we're trying to live a healthier lifestyle. There are temptations EVERYWHERE and many of us have got into the habit of 'toxing our bodies' through the festive period,

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Wellbeing@Work Meet up #1 – Highlights

Highlights We spend 1/3rd of our lives at work and yet research shows that as many as 70% of people are not engaged in their work! Whilst this stat varies by country, it's pretty consistent. Work is not perceived to be

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9 Takeaways from the 2018 Wellness Summit

I remember the moment really well. It was February 2006, and I was at a big personal development event in London’s Excel Exhibition Centre. I was walking through the concourse when a smiley teenager handed me a single-sided leaflet. On it was a picture of a beaming chap wearing a

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