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    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 ...

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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, ...

  • Martin Oliver

    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 Bold initiatives are needed, especially those that challenge existing paradigms and up-end outdated assumptions.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 ...

  • Lydia Mitchell

    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 ...

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    HAPPY BIRTHDAY LivingNow ~ making a difference in people’s lives for 30 years!!!

    🎈In July 2019 we’ve been publishing for 30 amazing years!🎈 You can benefit from our experience, & our great offers! 🎁😊 🎈Would you like to celebrate with us? We’re offering a whopping 30% discount to bring on the festive mood! 🎁🤗 It’s a great time to get back into focussing ...

  • Martin Oliver

    Piñatex – an innovative eco-leather

    Whichever leather substitute consumers opt for, there are now humane and sustainable alternatives to animal leather if you go looking for them. As a material, leather derived from animals has several environmental drawbacks. In addition to concerns surrounding animal cruelty, the raising of cows for meat is highly energy – ...

  • Geeshani Ekanayake

    Are you sure your clothing brands are not dodgy?

    How well do you know your favourite clothing brands and their impact on animals, the environment, and human rights? Here are some important things to consider in order to be an ethical consumer. Each year, each season, fashion brands are introducing hundreds and hundreds of trends, alluring their customers to ...

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    A free day of fun for those who need it most!

    Are you wanting to make a wonderful difference? Want to help people have fun? Want to have fun yourself?! You can see our cute video for more on this important venture, to see more about how you can get involved! What is One Day Fun Day™? This is a one ...

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    Greenpeace comments on claims the Labor Party’s climate policies will cost Australia $264 billion

    We’re heading into what’s being dubbed ‘the Climate election’ – and it’s a time that calls for LEADERSHIP, not fear-mongering! There was some “independent” modelling from fossil fuel industry economist Brian Fisher. However it is a misleading distraction from the important issues, says leading environmental organisation Greenpeace Australia Pacific. The ...

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    Mums in Malawi meet nutritional needs in a new way

    This is a sweet story of how mums in Malawi are helping to meet their children’s nutritional needs while earning money through something many Australian mums have as an easy go-to in their cupboards; peanut butter! This picture above was taken in rural Lilongwe, Malawi: Sofereti (42, left) and Daisi ...

  • Dr Geoff Abbott

    Navigating boundaries in business

    Technology-led advances in communication and connectivity are changing traditional organisational and leadership practice. Understanding and setting boundaries has now become a key factor for achieving goals. Boundaries are part of life – they enable us, and they constrain us. Many self-help books and coaching guides stress the need for busy ...

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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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  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • HAPPY BIRTHDAY LivingNow ~ making a difference in people’s lives for 30 years!!!

    🎈In July 2019 we’ve been publishing for 30 amazing years!🎈 You can benefit from our experience, & our great offers! 🎁😊 🎈Would you like to celebrate with us? We’re offering a whopping 30% discount to bring on the festive mood! 🎁🤗 It’s a great time to get back into focussing ...

  • Piñatex – an innovative eco-leather

    Whichever leather substitute consumers opt for, there are now humane and sustainable alternatives to animal leather if you go looking for them. As a material, leather derived from animals has several environmental drawbacks. In addition to concerns surrounding animal cruelty, the raising of cows for meat is highly energy – ...

  • Are you sure your clothing brands are not dodgy?

    How well do you know your favourite clothing brands and their impact on animals, the environment, and human rights? Here are some important things to consider in order to be an ethical consumer. Each year, each season, fashion brands are introducing hundreds and hundreds of trends, alluring their customers to ...

  • A free day of fun for those who need it most!

    Are you wanting to make a wonderful difference? Want to help people have fun? Want to have fun yourself?! You can see our cute video for more on this important venture, to see more about how you can get involved! What is One Day Fun Day™? This is a one ...

  • Greenpeace comments on claims the Labor Party’s climate policies will cost Australia $264 billion

    We’re heading into what’s being dubbed ‘the Climate election’ – and it’s a time that calls for LEADERSHIP, not fear-mongering! There was some “independent” modelling from fossil fuel industry economist Brian Fisher. However it is a misleading distraction from the important issues, says leading environmental organisation Greenpeace Australia Pacific. The ...

  • Mums in Malawi meet nutritional needs in a new way

    This is a sweet story of how mums in Malawi are helping to meet their children’s nutritional needs while earning money through something many Australian mums have as an easy go-to in their cupboards; peanut butter! This picture above was taken in rural Lilongwe, Malawi: Sofereti (42, left) and Daisi ...

  • Navigating boundaries in business

    Technology-led advances in communication and connectivity are changing traditional organisational and leadership practice. Understanding and setting boundaries has now become a key factor for achieving goals. Boundaries are part of life – they enable us, and they constrain us. Many self-help books and coaching guides stress the need for busy ...

  • 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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