Plan for the unexpected by investing for a flexible life

Change - it’s the only constant in life. If we didn’t fully recognise this before March 2020, we certainly do now. In the past couple of years, we’ve had to cope with the unexpected over and over again. But it hasn’t been all bad. We’ve learned a lot - that we’re adaptable, resilient, robust. We’ve also learned that it pays to have a plan....

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The health benefits of hot springs

More than just relaxing, soaking in a hot spring can have great benefits for your health too.

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How the bushfire crisis is affecting general health and wellbeing

More than half of Australians have been directly affected by the current bushfire crisis, according to a new survey.

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The benefits of meditation

Whether you’re devoted to your daily reflection, turn to meditation every now and then to aid relaxation or are one of the many who struggle to still your monkey mind, you’ll no doubt already be aware that frequent meditation delivers a whole host of rewards. 

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Suffering from eco-anxiety? Here’s what you can do about it

If headlines around the fires are causing you to feel eco anxiety here’s how to cope with those feelings.

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Selena Gomez reveals plans to quit Instagram

Selena Gomez is the fifth most followed person on Instagram, but the pop star has announced she plans on deleting the social media app.

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Mind Games: 3 Ways To Soothe The Brain and Ease Stress

It’s easy to get overwhelmed as the world continues to change around us drastically.

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Treating Chronic Inflammation May Prevent Illnesses

Scientists call for early diagnosis, prevention and treatment of inflammation to reduce risk of chronic diseases.

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Ever Wondered How the Brain Told Night From Day?

According to the latest research, the answer lies in your eyes.

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Iceman: Hugh Jackman

He’s best known for his role as Wolverine – one of the strongest and most powerful superheroes there ever was.

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Five Tips For Managing Osteoarthritis

Everyday ways to help you cope with this degenerative joint disease.

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Scientists uncover the link between Brain Fog and Inflammation

New research from the University of Birmingham’s Centre for Human Brain Health has shown a clear link between brain fog and inflammation.

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All I Want For Christmas… Is An Energy Boost

Parties, shopping, holiday planning – with the hectic festive season upon us, it’s common to start feeling a little run-down. […]

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How to thrive in 2020

Find out ways in which you can make 2020 your best year yet.

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Calming CBT techniques to help soothe anxiety

We share a selection of CBT techniques that will help soothe anxiety.

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Treat Inflammation Naturally

Banish inflammation the holistic way.

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Why taking ‘micro-breaks’ can improve your productivity

We speak with clinical psychologist Dr Mary Grogan about the creation of positive rituals around your stress and how recovery time is likely to be a key to your productivity whether at work or at home.

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Why Angelina Jolie made the decision to have a mastectomy

When award-winning actress, filmmaker and humanitarian Angelina Jolie discovered she had a mutated BRCA1 gene, which put her at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer, she had her breasts, ovaries and fallopian tubes removed.

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The importance of a Sunday ritual

Want to kick the week off on the right foot? Having a Sunday ritual can impact how you feel for the week ahead.

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How to manage exam stress

With exams just around the corner for many students, Edith Cowan University (ECU) Education expert Dr Mandie Shean says managing exam stress is important to perform at our best, but equally important is to remember there’s much more in a person’s future than just exams. 

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Bradley Cooper realised alcohol was interfering with his career

Although Bradley Cooper played a very convincing alcoholic in the film ‘A Star Is Born” the actor has been sober since the age of 29.

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Help protect the planet, one meal at a time

Cutting back on food waste is a powerful way to take action against climate change. Help protect the planet, one […]

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Prince Harry and Ed Sheeran on mental health: ‘We’re in this together’

After teasing fans yesterday, the “Gingers United” opened up to the world about mental health – and Prince Harry ensured Meghan was involved, too.

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World Mental Health Day 2019: Helping you on your mental health journey

October 10 is World Mental Health Day, and we look at the many ways you can help improve your mental wellbeing, wherever you may be on your journey.

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A warm bath before bedtime helps you sleep better – study

On World Bath Day, here’s another good reason to run yourself a warm bath at the end of the day.

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