BUSINESS & ENVIRONMENT


  • Mark Carter

    How to better harness the four layers of your mind

    The layers of our mind are the functioning cogs that allow us to take in information, consider options, make our choices and ultimately communicate or deal with all aspects of our external world. The mind, your mind, may be a wonderful servant yet terrible master; so the ability to consciously ...

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    Jump to it: health and body benefits of skipping

    Has the COVID-19 lockdown seen you getting a bit sluggish? Is it time to JUMP back into health and vitality?! The skipping rope – or jump rope – is a versatile and convenient tool There are many benefits to jump rope training like increased muscle activation, higher calories burned, and ...

  • Niaby Codd

    What is the impact of not following our dreams?

    Another day, another dollar – are we letting our need for money drive out our passions and dreams? What will it take for us to sit up and listen to the yearning of our souls? What will it take for humanity to set itself free? From awareness comes freedom So ...

  • Kate Coleman

    No Packet November – Kate Coleman’s initiative for healthy kids & planet

    How many packets do you think should be in your children’s school lunch boxes? I’m motivated to ask you because one day I noticed one young child with seven packets in their lunchbox. Seven! Unfortunately, it has become quite acceptable for kids to have three or four processed, packaged snacks ...

  • Stella Woods

    November 2020 Stargazer – Stella Woods astrology

    Spring is in the air in Australia! November is one of my favourite times of year, falling halfway between the spring equinox and the summer solstice. Beltane – an ancient seasonal festival (May Day in the northern hemisphere) is held in early November – a celebration of abundance, fertility, sexuality and ...

  • Dr. Narjes Gorjizadeh

    Looking after your mind to look after your future

    Do you have the mind skills required to perform at your best during difficult times? We are standing on a turning point in this unprecedented time now. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted many of our life patterns and we don’t know what the future will be like. We might feel ...

  • Judy Petera

    Holding it in – what water retention in the body can tell you

    Does your body retain water? It’s surprising to me as a bodyworker to discover just how few people realise whether they are or not… If exercise is not always your friend, and the kilos have slowly been piling on over the years, chances are you might be retaining water. However, ...

  • Nikki Warren

    10 ways to decrease anxiety and stress

    Whether you are struggling to conceive, are currently a parent, or just living in the year 2020, one thing is for sure, stress is likely an unavoidable part of your life. One thing we can do, though, is change the way we react to it and choose healthy ways to ...

  • Stella Woods

    US 2020 Presidential Election – fight for power – Stella Woods astrology

    With the US Presidential Election just over a month away, I took a look at the two candidates’ charts to see who might be in a stronger position on Election Day. Joe Biden – duty and sacrifice First up, Joe Biden (born 20th November 1942 at 8.30 am in Scranton, ...

  • Stella Woods

    October 2020 Stargazer
 – astrology with Stella Woods – full moon in Aries

    Welcome to October – a firecracker of a month, beginning with a full moon in fiery Aries! Full moon in Aries – reaching boiling point On 2nd-3rd October the full moon in fire sign Aries will light up the skies, aligning with Chiron. This will bring emotional wounds to the ...

  • LivingNow

    LivingNow’s POST.pandemic.CARDS – community responses to COVID-19 changes

    LivingNow has a wonderful community, with important and inspiring ideas to share. Various experts in their fields share their thoughts on the COVID-19 situation, for now and heading into the future. Read community comments regarding changes to our lifestyles and offering helpful perspectives for going forward. ________________________________________________ The unifying power ...

  • Merelyn Carter

    Restore and explore to achieve balance

    Achieving the level of balance we desire in our busy lives can seem a daunting task at times. I’ve discovered through experience that there are two important aspects that contribute to healthy and happy people – the ability to both restore and explore. RESTORE In this category, I include those activities that allow ...







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BUSINESS & ENVIRONMENT


  • How to better harness the four layers of your mind

    The layers of our mind are the functioning cogs that allow us to take in information, consider options, make our choices and ultimately communicate or deal with all aspects of our external world. The mind, your mind, may be a wonderful servant yet terrible master; so the ability to consciously ...

  • Jump to it: health and body benefits of skipping

    Has the COVID-19 lockdown seen you getting a bit sluggish? Is it time to JUMP back into health and vitality?! The skipping rope – or jump rope – is a versatile and convenient tool There are many benefits to jump rope training like increased muscle activation, higher calories burned, and ...

  • What is the impact of not following our dreams?

    Another day, another dollar – are we letting our need for money drive out our passions and dreams? What will it take for us to sit up and listen to the yearning of our souls? What will it take for humanity to set itself free? From awareness comes freedom So ...

  • No Packet November – Kate Coleman’s initiative for healthy kids & planet

    How many packets do you think should be in your children’s school lunch boxes? I’m motivated to ask you because one day I noticed one young child with seven packets in their lunchbox. Seven! Unfortunately, it has become quite acceptable for kids to have three or four processed, packaged snacks ...

  • November 2020 Stargazer – Stella Woods astrology

    Spring is in the air in Australia! November is one of my favourite times of year, falling halfway between the spring equinox and the summer solstice. Beltane – an ancient seasonal festival (May Day in the northern hemisphere) is held in early November – a celebration of abundance, fertility, sexuality and ...

  • Looking after your mind to look after your future

    Do you have the mind skills required to perform at your best during difficult times? We are standing on a turning point in this unprecedented time now. The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted many of our life patterns and we don’t know what the future will be like. We might feel ...

  • Holding it in – what water retention in the body can tell you

    Does your body retain water? It’s surprising to me as a bodyworker to discover just how few people realise whether they are or not… If exercise is not always your friend, and the kilos have slowly been piling on over the years, chances are you might be retaining water. However, ...

  • 10 ways to decrease anxiety and stress

    Whether you are struggling to conceive, are currently a parent, or just living in the year 2020, one thing is for sure, stress is likely an unavoidable part of your life. One thing we can do, though, is change the way we react to it and choose healthy ways to ...

  • US 2020 Presidential Election – fight for power – Stella Woods astrology

    With the US Presidential Election just over a month away, I took a look at the two candidates’ charts to see who might be in a stronger position on Election Day. Joe Biden – duty and sacrifice First up, Joe Biden (born 20th November 1942 at 8.30 am in Scranton, ...

  • October 2020 Stargazer
 – astrology with Stella Woods – full moon in Aries

    Welcome to October – a firecracker of a month, beginning with a full moon in fiery Aries! Full moon in Aries – reaching boiling point On 2nd-3rd October the full moon in fire sign Aries will light up the skies, aligning with Chiron. This will bring emotional wounds to the ...

  • LivingNow’s POST.pandemic.CARDS – community responses to COVID-19 changes

    LivingNow has a wonderful community, with important and inspiring ideas to share. Various experts in their fields share their thoughts on the COVID-19 situation, for now and heading into the future. Read community comments regarding changes to our lifestyles and offering helpful perspectives for going forward. ________________________________________________ The unifying power ...

  • Restore and explore to achieve balance

    Achieving the level of balance we desire in our busy lives can seem a daunting task at times. I’ve discovered through experience that there are two important aspects that contribute to healthy and happy people – the ability to both restore and explore. RESTORE In this category, I include those activities that allow ...

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