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50 ways to NUTURE YOUR HAPPINESS

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DECIDE TO BE HAPPY IT’S GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH… The happiest people appreciate what they have, keep an open mind to new ideas and ventures, use their leisure time as a means of self development, and love good music, good books, good pictures, good company and good conversation. In other words, they do small things […]

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health insider:
MEET THE NEW SUPER-CUTE, SUPERFRUIT

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DID YOU KNOW KIWIS HAVE THE HIGHEST NUTRITIONAL DENSITY OF ANY FRUIT… … and that they’re packed with vitamins, antioxidants, minerals and other essential elements? Amazing, yes! Here are 18 ‘health, skin and hair’ reasons why we’re loving kiwis {and think you will too}: Welcome to our first #LoveKiwis post… We’ve always loved Kiwis, but […]

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80 LIFE-TRICKS TO HELP YOU DE-STRESS

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EVERYONE GETS STRESSED EVERY NOW AND AGAIN The key is knowing when it’s happening – and being proactive about putting an end to it. Luckily, there are a lot of ways to keep those stressors in check. Here are 80 expert and research-backed ways to relax, whether you have five minutes, five hours or five weeks. […]

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diary date: A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME ANNIVERSARY ‘CELEB-CHEF’ DINNER

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GET OUT YOUR DIARY, BOOK A BABYSITTER this is one exclusive culinary experience that can’t be missed To celebrate their 25th silver anniversary, Park Hyatt Sydney {one of our most-fave hotels} is bringing together past and present chefs for just one night, one dinner, one experience that is ‘to dine for’… The ‘8 talented hands’ in […]

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parenting: why DAYDREAMING
is good for YOUR KIDS

why its good for kids to daydream

DAYDREAMING CAN BE OF GREAT BENEFIT TO YOUR KIDS Kids who do it are described as being “off with the fairies”, “unfocused” or as having attention disorders. However, research is showing that daydreaming is not only normal, but necessary for brain development. “Too often, parents and teachers are quick to label daydreaming as a symptom […]

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