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The Comfort Bake

recipes - THE COMFORT BAKE

5 mins read
WellBeing
WellBeing #198

Where the wild things are

From Sulphur Creek to Narawntapu National Park and everywhere wild in between, we discover the richness of life scattered across Tasmania's rugged coastline.

8 mins read
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The negativity trident

There is a prevailing feeling that things are just getting worse and worse, but then humans have always tended to feel that, even when things are getting much better. So why do we tend to think the sky is falling, and what can you do about it?

7 mins read
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You can beat autoimmune disease

Autoimmune disease tends to be viewed as a life sentence without a cure. However, as many have proved, you can recover and go on to thrive. In this comprehensive report we examine the causes of autoimmune disease and how it can be overcome.

10+ mins read
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Yoga for happy hormones

Are your hormones happy? Do you get up in the morning boosting with energy and vitality or feeling somewhat "meh"? Discover how yoga can balance your hormonal system.

8 mins read
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Natalie Kyriacou Inspiring curiosity

When Natalie Kyriacou first entered the business world, she was frequently dismissed working in the environmental sector was commonly viewed as "fluff" work. Now a multi-award-winning founder and CEO, she is determined to help educate and empower young people about wildlife conservation.

8 mins read
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Create a future-proofed home

Learn how to future-proof your home to survive years of use and shift with your changing life stages and needs.

8 mins read
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It wasn't me

From seemingly innocent white lies to fibs embellished with wild abandon, both kids and adults alike tell lies. For our children, lying is a natural part of development. Here, discover how to look beyond the lie and encourage truth-telling.

9 mins read
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WellBeing #198

Debunking beauty myths

The beauty sphere is riddled with myths and misinformation, especially when it comes to the clean beauty movement. We dive into the murky waters of what makes a product "clean" with the help of cosmetic chemist Michelle Wong to debunk and demystify the ever-evolving world of skincare.

8 mins read
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All about breadcrumbing

Breadcrumbing is on the rise in the domains of dating, friendship and careers. We speak to relationship coach Katie O'Donoghue on what it is, why it happens and how to stop following deceptive crumb trails.

6 mins read
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The positivity trap

There’s no denying the power of positivity, but is optimism alone the key to optimal living? We speak to psychologist Kobie Allison to discover the antidote to toxic positivity.

6 mins read
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WellBeing 197

Yoga for climbing the career ladder

You can enjoy success in your working life and still be very much aligned with the path of the yogi; it just requires perspective, poise and finding your purpose.

10 mins read
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WellBeing 197

Making muscle

Building your muscle through resistance training does much more than allow you to flex in the gym — it has many important health benefits, not the least of which is that it keeps you young.

9 mins read
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WellBeing 197

The post-pandemic home

The pandemic forced us to rethink the way we live, not least how we exist within the confines of our homes. As we continue into “the new normal” the way our homes function has been forever transformed.

9 mins read
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WellBeing 197

Feed your adrenals

Struggling to make it through the day and still exhausted after a good night’s sleep? Giving in to cravings for sugar, carbohydrates, and caffeine throughout the day? Then you may be suffering from some of the pesky symptoms of adrenal fatigue, and we have the foods that can help you renew.

8 mins read
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WellBeing 197

The myth of multitasking

In our busy lives, multitasking seems like an efficient way to get things done, but there is a cognitive cost to trying to do everything at once.

5 mins read
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Five essential oils for the family

A few drops of pure essences can magically enhance your home and health. For a thriving family and humming habitat just add these five essential oils.

9 mins read
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WellBeing 197

Hydrogen's role in a net zero world

Depending on who you listen to, hydrogen is the answer to the question of a sustainable future. Yet, as is often the case with such major questions, the issues around hydrogen are not simple. Here we dig into the evidence to discover the role that hydrogen has to play in facing the greatest challenge of a generation.

9 mins read
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WellBeing 197

Reset your mind, channel your focus

Leading holistic health expert Michelle Boyd shares a few simple ways to reset your mind as you return to the office.

2 mins read
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WellBeing 197

Eco-friendly alternatives to plastic

Plastic has become an essential part of life as we know it. But with sustainability at the forefront of everyone’s mind, many of us have realised that life in plastic isn’t so fantastic and are turning to ecofriendly alternatives that won’t cost the earth.

10+ mins read
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WellBeing 197

Cycling in Orange

Well known for its culinary adventures, Orange also provides the most spectacular backdrop for another, sportier type of adventure – cycling.

8 mins read
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WellBeing 197

Brinkley Davies To know is to love

Brinkley Davies has experienced the best of the ocean’s beauty and the worst of its destruction. But to inspire change, the marine conservationist knows only too well that she must first inspire love.

6 mins read
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WellBeing 197

The psychology of baking

Handmade food, especially baked goods, has long been a gesture of love, support and community in trying times. But why is it that so many of us turned to baking during the chaos, stress and anxiety of the pandemic? We take a look at the psychology behind baking and meet the foodies who have turned their passion into a profession.

10 mins read
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Issue 196

Natural Harry:Delicious Plant-Based Summer Recipes

HARRIET BIRRELL , HARDIE GRANT BOOKS

6 mins read
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Issue 196

Travel the Top End

Immerse yourself in the eerie colonial ruins of Victoria Settlement and experience the rugged tropical landscape of Garig Gunak Barlu National Park, fringed with white beaches and teeming with all manner of birds, fish, crocodiles and unique Aussie wildlife.

9 mins read
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Yoga to foster friendliness

Unconditional friendliness is the key to transforming your life, and it starts with the self. Harness the yogic concept of maitri to work towards conscious, radical acceptance of the self and invite more happiness into your life.

10 mins read
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Protecting the commons

“The commons” are the natural and cultural resources, ranging from land to knowledge, that should be accessible to all members of society. Under intense social evolutionary pressure, however, we need to be vigilant that these commons are protected and secured for the good of all.

9 mins read
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Pregnancy-safe beauty

Your skincare regime may make you feel great, but beauty products often hide a large amount of harmful chemicals. Natural beauty columnist Ema Taylor shares her guide to the ingredients you should avoid while you’re expecting.

7 mins read
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The climatarian diet

Our daily food choices have an impact not only on our health but also on the climate. We explore how to shop, cook, eat and reduce waste in a warming world.

8 mins read
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Kiwifruit

While more research needs to be conducted on humans, kiwifruit is looking particularly promising as a powerful medicinal food. Eating two of these delicious fruit per day is showing positive health benefits for many of the conditions that affect us today.

4 mins read
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