News: resilience

Moving house

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Moving to a new place can be a lot of change. 

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You win one, lose a few

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My Dad always said, you win one and lose a few.

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This one’s a really tough one I have to admit.

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Relationship advice

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I recently had a friend ask me for advice on dating and relationships with someone they are close with. At first I struggled with the conversation, but I soon realised that they were also looking for some reassurance and a confidence boost. 

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Am I sick and tired of renting?

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Renting can be a really stressful venture. Unfortunately, due to the instability of Covid, I have moved places three times in the last eighteen-months. As I gear up to do it again ready for next year, I am already dreading the experience.

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Out of the comfort zone

I love to feel competent, like I know what I'm doing and that I'm succeeding. Trying something new, on the other hand, is uncomfortable.

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The power of gratitude

The last year and a bit have been really tough on all of us. A lot of the time we only focus on the negative things and seem to forget all about the positives. Gratitude is a great method for people to be able to respect and treasure what they have instead of constantly looking for something new to make them happy or complete.

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National Reconciliation Week 2021: no more empty words

Aboriginal Flag

This week is National Reconciliation Week, which runs annually from 27 May to 3 June, and invites people to learn about the shared histories, cultures, achievements, and future goals of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. This year, it's time for urgent and impactful action. 

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Looking back on 2020

Another year has come and gone, and I find myself once again thinking of the good, the bad and the ugly.

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Our first steps: on continuous learning and growing

My 10-month old has started taking her first steps and in addition to being wildly excited about all of this, I also found myself in awe. Well of course I’m biased, she’s brilliant, but she also gave me this opportunity to reflect on learning and growing in general. I mean, how do we learn how to walk? It looks like we do it by falling an incredibly large number of times. She also needed to learn how to let go of things that she could hold on to, in order for her to take her first steps.

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