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    Minimising our footprint with sustainable flooring

    Of the many creatures that have walked this planet before us, the fact that we are leaving the biggest environmental footprint of all time is a sobering thought. Slowly, the realisation comes that as individuals we can reduce our collective impact on this planet by adopting sustainable practices within our ...

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    How can I use less energy in my home?

    As high energy costs continue to stretch the average Australian family budget, consumers are looking for ways to become more energy efficient in order to reduce those crippling power bills. Along with increasing concerns about the impact burning fossil fuels has on global warming, consumers are ready to give serious ...

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    Meditation, mindfulness, & doing business for good; LivingNow print edition

    Hello lovely LivingNow community 😊 How are you? I mean, really, how are you going? How are you feeling? Have you stopped to allow yourself to feel, lately? To ‘drop in’ to how you’re really going inside? In the busy world of publishing, with its deliveries and deadlines, I sometimes ...

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    FAKE Adani Mine start to have people think it has already been approved

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    A new deal for nature

    Australia’s biodiversity record is poor, reflected in the world’s greatest mammalian extinction rate, and was recently identified as being one of five countries that are home to 70 per cent of the world’s remaining wilderness areas, putting us in a position of global responsibility. Overseas, it has been found that ...

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    Speechless, you marvel at the wonder of life

    Cover photo – Hyenas at sunset by Jean-Luc Garcette The tension builds in the safari Jeep, a sense of anxiety even, as crocodiles of immense proportions gather, emerging from the muddy depths. Their beady eyes peer from underneath the gnarly waters – and then you hear it… The sun is rising ...

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    The secret to manifesting more wealth in your life

    Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just imagine sitting in that sports car and somehow it materialised? Unfortunately, that’s what a lot of the manifestation books are teaching us and they’re missing the most important ingredient. I first read Louise Hay’s famous self-help book, You Can Heal Your Life ...

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    Why you need to learn to tap into your intuition

    Making heart-based intuitive decisions is a game changer. Here’s how. Today our decisions provide us with more opportunities – yet more potholes and cliffs to fall down – than ever before. Having the ability to be clear of spirit, mind, heart, and body can help you make better and ‘more ...

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    The very best thing you can do for the planet

    You may never have heard of me. Maybe you never will again. But hear me when I tell you – I am changing the world. And you can too! How many of us give up on trying to make the world a better place because, well, it’s just little old ...

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    Australia’s recycling crisis

    How do we deal with the changing conditions and growing problem around disposal and recycling of our waste?   Recycling is a deeply ingrained habit in Australia, with a remarkably high 98% of households engaging in it to some extent. Roughly 60% of the country’s waste is either recycled or ...

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    Car & ride sharing

    There are several innovative car sharing models revolutionising the way we get around.   Everybody needs to get around. And sometimes it is convenient to be able to access a vehicle for a short period without having to own one. In recent years, some innovative and creative options have been ...

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    The hidden power of architecture

    It is undeniable that our surroundings affect us energetically. They can cause us to feel cheerful or melancholy, free or constrained, connected or disconnected, clear or confused. Architecture: it creates the space that surrounds us. It is the cocoon that shelters us. And it inevitably helps to shape our lives. ...


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  • Minimising our footprint with sustainable flooring

    Of the many creatures that have walked this planet before us, the fact that we are leaving the biggest environmental footprint of all time is a sobering thought. Slowly, the realisation comes that as individuals we can reduce our collective impact on this planet by adopting sustainable practices within our ...

  • How can I use less energy in my home?

    As high energy costs continue to stretch the average Australian family budget, consumers are looking for ways to become more energy efficient in order to reduce those crippling power bills. Along with increasing concerns about the impact burning fossil fuels has on global warming, consumers are ready to give serious ...

  • Meditation, mindfulness, & doing business for good; LivingNow print edition

    Hello lovely LivingNow community 😊 How are you? I mean, really, how are you going? How are you feeling? Have you stopped to allow yourself to feel, lately? To ‘drop in’ to how you’re really going inside? In the busy world of publishing, with its deliveries and deadlines, I sometimes ...

  • FAKE Adani Mine start to have people think it has already been approved

    Don’t you just hate being tricked? We do! How much do YOU know about what’s really going on? Do you know how far along the Adani Mine project has come, and what the costs are? Are you up to date with who stands to gain if the mine did go ...

  • A new deal for nature

    Australia’s biodiversity record is poor, reflected in the world’s greatest mammalian extinction rate, and was recently identified as being one of five countries that are home to 70 per cent of the world’s remaining wilderness areas, putting us in a position of global responsibility. Overseas, it has been found that ...

  • Speechless, you marvel at the wonder of life

    Cover photo – Hyenas at sunset by Jean-Luc Garcette The tension builds in the safari Jeep, a sense of anxiety even, as crocodiles of immense proportions gather, emerging from the muddy depths. Their beady eyes peer from underneath the gnarly waters – and then you hear it… The sun is rising ...

  • The secret to manifesting more wealth in your life

    Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just imagine sitting in that sports car and somehow it materialised? Unfortunately, that’s what a lot of the manifestation books are teaching us and they’re missing the most important ingredient. I first read Louise Hay’s famous self-help book, You Can Heal Your Life ...

  • Why you need to learn to tap into your intuition

    Making heart-based intuitive decisions is a game changer. Here’s how. Today our decisions provide us with more opportunities – yet more potholes and cliffs to fall down – than ever before. Having the ability to be clear of spirit, mind, heart, and body can help you make better and ‘more ...

  • The very best thing you can do for the planet

    You may never have heard of me. Maybe you never will again. But hear me when I tell you – I am changing the world. And you can too! How many of us give up on trying to make the world a better place because, well, it’s just little old ...

  • Australia’s recycling crisis

    How do we deal with the changing conditions and growing problem around disposal and recycling of our waste?   Recycling is a deeply ingrained habit in Australia, with a remarkably high 98% of households engaging in it to some extent. Roughly 60% of the country’s waste is either recycled or ...

  • Car & ride sharing

    There are several innovative car sharing models revolutionising the way we get around.   Everybody needs to get around. And sometimes it is convenient to be able to access a vehicle for a short period without having to own one. In recent years, some innovative and creative options have been ...

  • The hidden power of architecture

    It is undeniable that our surroundings affect us energetically. They can cause us to feel cheerful or melancholy, free or constrained, connected or disconnected, clear or confused. Architecture: it creates the space that surrounds us. It is the cocoon that shelters us. And it inevitably helps to shape our lives. ...

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