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    How’s your mental health and wellbeing?

    Anxiety, stress, depression, yelling at the kids, yelling at your partner, bursting in to tears, a sense of overwhelming dread. Grabbing the bottle of wine, waiting for the warmth of that first gulp to numb your sense, so you are armed to survive the 4pm witching hour, then going for another glass only to realise the bottle is completely empty when you finally get to sit down for the night, with the final flutter of your children’s eyelids as they drift off to sleep. This was the state of my mental health and wellbeing after the birth of my 3rd baby. And based on quiet and private chats I have…

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    Business Coaching

    Many small businesses are starting to ask themselves “Do I need a business coach?” and to stay ahead of the game in an ever-increasing competitive world, the answer is most likely yes! My years in professional services has exposed me to an array of different businesses and exposure to various strategies that have seen businesses go from nothing to success through diligent implementation of a planned our journey! I am also familiar with small business, as I have been raised within one assisting my parents as and when needed. This has set me up to offer you the best services possible which can be flexibly implemented to your business. What…

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    Theme’s in The Handmaids Tale – An empowering history lesson.

    You may have heard of a pretty popular show being broadcast on SBS at 8:30pm Thursday nights (in Australia), The Handmaid’s tale, for those following behind we are up to Season 2. The story is based on its lead character June (Elisabeth Moss), held against her will in Gilead. Gilead is controlled by a regime similar to Nazi Germany with the parallel set in a near future version of North America. The show, ordered by the streaming service Hulu, is based on the book of the same name by Margaret Atwood and you can buy it here. I’ve been discussing this series with my bestie, and it causes her an…

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    Ruby Cup – Better. Period!

    Most of us find that when Aunty Flo knocks on the door each month, she is a slightly unwelcome house guest. She gets in the way, makes a mess and after a week packs up and leaves, only to return the next month, generally like clockwork to wreak emotional havoc all over again. I have been looking into sustainable alternatives to the usual pads and tampons when that time of the month comes around, after seeing the impact disposable rubbish has on the planet. It’s undeniable, and so I wanted to do my bit. After stumbling through various websites gaining an understanding of what products are out there I found…