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I’ve always enjoyed running. From an early age I can remember running alongside my dad, and as I grew older, the distances increased. Running then became a summertime “preseason”, in preparation for the local football season.
At the heart of every journey lies a story waiting to be told. Some of these stories inspire enthusiasm and excitement; others beckon us to overcome challenges and embrace growth.
According to leading industry researcher IBISWorld, the market size of Australia’s mortgage industry (measured by revenue) was $62.8bn in 2022. This equates to around 100 lenders servicing just under 20 million clients around the country.
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We often get asked what to look for in a financial advisor, so we’ve done the legwork for you and created a list of the top eight questions to ask.
Workplace wellbeing educator Anna Glynn explores the differences between optimism and pessimism, and how boosting our optimistic approach can better the way we view the world and face challenges.
How do we define and sustain success? This was the question that drove Stephen Covey to pour over 200 years of self-help, self-improvement and popular psychology books in search of an answer.
Positive Psychology teacher and wellbeing expert Anna Glynn talks about how to take charge of your thoughts to avoid being snared by a negative thinking trap.
Private school fees. There, we said it. These three words are enough to send many parents and carers into a cold sweat. Now please don’t think we’re discouraging a private education for your child – choosing government or private schooling is a very personal and individual decision with both offering amazing opportunities.
Clinical Counsellor Olivia Sakamoto gives us her top tips to reduce stress and anxiety.
Financial wellbeing is simply having a healthy relationship with your finances by understanding how you can mindfully spend and save your money. In other words, control over your finances and in turn your choices.
Whether we like it or not, money is a fundamental part of our society. So why wouldn’t increasing our financial wellness be considered a top priority?