Lifestyle

THE FOUR-FACTOR MODEL FOR CHANGING LIVES

According to therapist and human behavior expert Katina Gleeson, there are four common factors that can contribute to a person actioning change in their life.  These four factors can be embraced within the wellness practitioner model, to help build an ethical and strong foundation in client’s lives and increase positive communication. BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA — […] Read more…

Who is Julie and Why is She So Disruptive?

Author: Kirsten Macdonald  There is a woman on the Australian business scene disrupting and creating exciting new possibilities. The business is Next Address and it seeks to change the way Australians buy and sell their homes. The woman behind the disruptive magic is Julie O’Donohue. Next Address allows users to bypass the need for a […] Read more…

Miracle Mon Elle

We do not normally post stories like this but I shared this account this morning and many people felt uplifted by it and so I share it here. This has not been edited or proofread, it’s just a raw, straight from the heart account of our past few months with beautiful Mon Elle. I hope […] Read more…

New Author Brings Hope for Autism

The world of autism can feel like a place of difficulty, loneliness, frustration, and fear, but that is all about to change with the launch of Welcome to Planet Spectrum by Geelong author, teacher, and mother, Kate O’Donnell. Kate spent the last year writing the book that she wished existed when her family received the […] Read more…

Classic Iced Coffee

How to make a Classic Iced Coffee …at home!   How To Make a Cold Brew French Press Adapted from NYTimes and kitchn.com both of whom we thank for the basis of this recipe. Much has been added or updated by RosiesCoffee.com.au   Makes 1 drink What You Need   Ingredients 1/3 cup whole coffee […] Read more…

Flora’s Voice

  The story you are about to read is written by Tracey Taylor. She shares with us all, her painful journey watching her mother ill and suffering unable to help. I warn you now that some of the photographs are very graphic and confronting but a necessary part of Flora’s story as told by her […] Read more…

Australia and Racism

  I recently attended a stimulating workshop by two beautiful women; I was left pondering upon some questions and valuable insights about compassion, education and human rights. These women passionately told us the powerful story of their great-grandfather, William Cooper.   William Cooper was an Australian aboriginal activist, who fought for the rights of his […] Read more…

1 2 3 8