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How to Have More Time in Your Day

When the taxi pulled up at Sydney harbour, I looked up at the ship from the ground. It was enormous, and this was to be our home for the next 10 days. We hadn’t been on a proper holiday since moving

The Power of Ayurveda: my Indian Adventure

Once upon a time, I was just like everyone else. I would get a problem, go to the doctor, pick up a prescription and then take the course of treatment prescribed. That is what we all did and I had no reason as

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New Year, New Goal Setting

Happy, happy new year!   It’s the dawn of a new day, a new month and whole new year.  I love a new year as it gives us the opportunity to review, reflect and start again.    Everything that

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Time to Set Yourself Up for Success

At this time of year, many people use the opportunity to set #NewYearsResolutions. The trouble is that the research shows that most of us aren’t very successful at sticking to those resolutions. Only 8% of people make it work. So, what to do?

How To Navigate the Festive Season

Navigating the Festive Season from a Wellness Perspective Before Australia and my life in health, I spent the majority of my career in publishing and information and learnt all about digital disruption before it even was a thing!  Now disruption 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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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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Two Years in Sydney: 12 Insights from Living & Working Down-Under

In February 2016, I made a phone call that would change my life. At that point, four and a half years had already passed since we were granted permission to move to Australia. That meant that it was decision time and I called

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