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Self-care at work makes sense, why is it not common practice?
No one at work ever tells us NOT to take care of ourselves at work, and, we all know that it is needed. Why then is self-care not consistently practiced in workplaces?
Overeating: are you eating until you feel sick?
Our large food portions have in fact become normal. The body will often tell a very different story to the ones our taste buds do as we indulge in every mouthful. Why are we capable of overeating even until feeling sick?
Love - the main event at a wedding
Is it all about Love or has the modern wedding become about the trimmings? Here Steven Leca reconnects to the true meaning of getting married and rediscovers the simplicity of a wedding.
Crying out for connection: technology and us
Will our obsession with technology lead to us living a ‘virtual’ life? With the advent of the mobile phone what has happened to dinner-table and face to face conversation? Are we more connected than ever, or are we drifting apart?
What’s for breakfast? Exploring our cultural bias ...
When my husband of Asian ethnicity first made fish soup for breakfast I realised I had a cultural bias against anything other than the traditional continental breakfast.
"He who casts the first stone"
There is much said about racial vilification and the need for tolerance. This article asks the tough question: who cast the first stone when it comes to racial tension?
Turning a blind eye: 21st Century slavery served for dinner
Here is the crunch – slavery has never ended – as documented in Australia with the migrant workers who pick, pack and process our daily food. There are more slaves in the world today than ever before. How does this correspond with the way we run our personal lives?
Men – Gay or Straight – Is there a difference?
Find out the answer when we break down what it is to be a man, get past all the protections, all the ideals and the beliefs, and get to the very core within all men. You may be surprised at what you find.
Self-care: Saying no to abuse
A Disability Support Worker’s perspective on how self-care is about learning to deeply honour the body and saying no to abuse in its many forms.
Living in the House of Lies
What does our thirst to ease the ever-present tension in life mean for us individually and as one humanity? What are we truly avoiding?