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    Looking at ways to safely donate money overseas When it comes to donations or giving to charity, most people donate to a charity organisation in their own town or country. Or perhaps they simply visit a shelter for homeless people. But some people want to make a difference in the ...

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    The healing power of growing your own vegetables

    These are challenging times, and the search for a more holistic approach to wellness has become more essential than ever. The healing power of therapeutic horticulture and the benefits of growing your own food are welcome in this time in which supermarkets are manic and empty, and isolation brings a ...

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    Which Forex brokers in Australia are at the top of their game right now?

    If you want to get into the trading market, you should know that you have to tread very carefully and choose your Forex broker wisely. A simple mistake can mark the end of your trading career – before it even starts! Or before you even make some profit. This is ...

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    How to trade using CFDs

    What are CFDs, and why would you trade with them? CFD means Contract for Difference. This option of trading with CDFs gives you a chance to trade utilising the underlying index, share an asset contract without necessarily having to possess it. In case the price of the underlying commodity rises ...

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    The social issues Aussies care most about and how you can help

    Research shows Aussies are passionate about mental health and climate change. This article explores the nature of these issues, and steps you can take to help. We’re living in an age where consumers expect government and businesses to make a stand on social issues, and to do things for the ...

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    How far would YOU go to protect a forest?

    Do you think that protecting the Tarkine rainforest is important? What is a forest really worth? Have you been motivated to take any action yourself? Are you watching others – and, as a result, what’s your stance on the actions taking place? All important questions to ask of yourself… It ...

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    10 red flags you need to look out for when inspecting a house

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    You can do good while helping yourself to smart glasses – prescription or sunnies

    We at VisionDirect believe in being a vital part of social change for the better. For this reason, we are committed to making a social impact. We have donated over $2,600,000 worth of eyewear to visually-impaired individuals in some of the less privileged corners of the globe. Partnering up with ...

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    4 simple things you can do to minimise your footprint on the earth

    With more than 7.7 billion people calling planet earth home, it might seem preposterous to think that any one individual’s actions could make a difference in combating global climate change… However, individuals DO have the power to make a difference – because we often influence others’ perceptions and actions. Ultimately, ...

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    Sharing things to help the planet

    Among the consequences of today’s rampant consumerism are climate change, over-use of resources, and waste. Bold initiatives are needed, especially those that challenge existing paradigms and up-end outdated assumptions. Traditionally, accessing an item would usually involve purchasing it, even if it is likely that you’d only use it rarely. Over ...

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    Does doing what you love stress you out?

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    Finding balance: running a business / staying sane

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BUSINESS & ENVIRONMENT


  • Is it safe to donate money overseas?

    Looking at ways to safely donate money overseas When it comes to donations or giving to charity, most people donate to a charity organisation in their own town or country. Or perhaps they simply visit a shelter for homeless people. But some people want to make a difference in the ...

  • The healing power of growing your own vegetables

    These are challenging times, and the search for a more holistic approach to wellness has become more essential than ever. The healing power of therapeutic horticulture and the benefits of growing your own food are welcome in this time in which supermarkets are manic and empty, and isolation brings a ...

  • Which Forex brokers in Australia are at the top of their game right now?

    If you want to get into the trading market, you should know that you have to tread very carefully and choose your Forex broker wisely. A simple mistake can mark the end of your trading career – before it even starts! Or before you even make some profit. This is ...

  • How to trade using CFDs

    What are CFDs, and why would you trade with them? CFD means Contract for Difference. This option of trading with CDFs gives you a chance to trade utilising the underlying index, share an asset contract without necessarily having to possess it. In case the price of the underlying commodity rises ...

  • The social issues Aussies care most about and how you can help

    Research shows Aussies are passionate about mental health and climate change. This article explores the nature of these issues, and steps you can take to help. We’re living in an age where consumers expect government and businesses to make a stand on social issues, and to do things for the ...

  • How far would YOU go to protect a forest?

    Do you think that protecting the Tarkine rainforest is important? What is a forest really worth? Have you been motivated to take any action yourself? Are you watching others – and, as a result, what’s your stance on the actions taking place? All important questions to ask of yourself… It ...

  • 10 red flags you need to look out for when inspecting a house

    Buying a house – particularly if it’s going to be your home – can be an exciting prospect. But if you don’t curb your enthusiasm with some common sense, you could end up buying a money pit. Watch for these red flags whenever touring a potential new home. Foundation problems ...

  • You can do good while helping yourself to smart glasses – prescription or sunnies

    We at VisionDirect believe in being a vital part of social change for the better. For this reason, we are committed to making a social impact. We have donated over $2,600,000 worth of eyewear to visually-impaired individuals in some of the less privileged corners of the globe. Partnering up with ...

  • 4 simple things you can do to minimise your footprint on the earth

    With more than 7.7 billion people calling planet earth home, it might seem preposterous to think that any one individual’s actions could make a difference in combating global climate change… However, individuals DO have the power to make a difference – because we often influence others’ perceptions and actions. Ultimately, ...

  • Sharing things to help the planet

    Among the consequences of today’s rampant consumerism are climate change, over-use of resources, and waste. Bold initiatives are needed, especially those that challenge existing paradigms and up-end outdated assumptions. Traditionally, accessing an item would usually involve purchasing it, even if it is likely that you’d only use it rarely. Over ...

  • Does doing what you love stress you out?

    Are you happy in your job and yet stressed by it? Here’s some advice to get you out of that ‘rock and a hard place’ situation. You may think that stress is related only to doing a job that you do not like. It is true that it is a ...

  • Finding balance: running a business / staying sane

    Many business leaders live a tough life because they have to strike a balance between their personal and professional life. However, the most important thing is to take care of oneself. If you’re not healthy, then you won’t be able to run your business efficiently. The business environment is very ...

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