The idea behind archetypes was conceptualised when Carl Jung was developing the human psyche theory. An archetype is described as a collectively-inherited unconscious idea or pattern of thought and whatnot, which exists invariably in everyone’s persona. In addition, it is believed that once discovered, archetypes will help you get to know yourself more and also […]

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It may be a line from a song, but money does really make the world go around. It is quite paradoxical that we do not focus on money, per se, when educating our children. There is very little direct reference to money in the modern curriculum. Sure, our secondary school kids do economics, but the […]

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 New to parenting? Lets us give you some tips for helping your child study for exams… All parents want to see their children do well in their school exams. Its one thing to site exams ourselves but another to coach our child to prepare for them. Here are some helpful insights for new parents to gain […]

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Social Media Risks for Kids

Did you know that 75% of teenagers nowadays owns a cell phone? Did you also know that 22% of them log on to their favourite social media site more than 10 times a day? A number of young children, those even younger than thirteen, participate in social media activity, and much of the preadolescent and […]

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Teach kids about money

Equipping our kids with the knowledge on how to handle money wisely is precisely one of the most essential skills we can give them. Do you want your kids to be responsible money managers? Great. There’s an absolutely great way you can do ensure that turns into reality. Here are 5 top ways on how […]

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Auditory Processing Disorder is a terrible thing, especially as it affects children more often than adults. Imagine not being able to adequately process the sounds that you hear. Not having the ability to order the sounds into near and far. How would you spatially understand your place in the universe? What would that be like? […]

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Health Conditions You Can Get a Lawyer For

Nobody wants to find themselves in a situation where they can’t do anything about it. Especially when it is about health condition. And sometimes when it happens, hiring a lawyer is the best solution. Here are lists of health conditions that you can get a lawyer for. Let’s take a look. #1 Asbestosis/ mesothelioma Asbestosis […]

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With 40 per cent* of Australian workers expecting flexibility and having a say in the hours they work, the traditional office space is being reshaped to offer employees the ultimate in digital connectivity and freedom to work in either formal or relaxed settings, but what does this mean with regard to the employees’ health? Rising […]

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71 Year Old Liposuction Patient Proves It’s Never Too Late To Look And Feel Good About Your Body! PRWEB reported on 30th June 2015 that Yvonne Disabatino, 71 year old patient of MyShape Lipo experienced life changing results from her liposuction procedure. She had two separate treatments including her abdomen and waist as well as […]

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Health searches on the internet

Internet searches on health-related issues seem on the rise. The trend is popular worldwide, which implies that most people would rather search for health information online than maybe ask a doctor. Currently, most people obtain a vast of health information on the internet making other media types like TV news and newspaper less used. Among […]

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Menopause

For all women, menopause is a natural transition they must experience. It’s as natural as adolescence. But unlike it’s centuries-old predecessors, menopause no longer inspires visions of ‘a life come to an end’, granny-hood, old maids or retirement. Today, youthful, wise, vibrant women are instead the representatives of this passage. Almost all women in any […]

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Students spend around 6 to 9 hours sitting in school per day for a period of 11 years or more. Much of their time is spent writing, reading and doing activities in front of computers. Children are at greater risk of suffering negative health effect due to prolonged periods of seating at school. Over 83% […]

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Recycling and Waste Management Education

Education has the positive power to increase awareness of sustainable waste management practices.  The concept for an environmental education is to empower people of all ages to assume responsibility for creating a sustainable future. Waste reduction opportunities exist anywhere we have waste. Reducing waste and recycling in the community can be promoted through a lot […]

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Psychic Kids

Interesting to note is that every living being on earth has been gifted with an innate physic ability. However, research clearly indicates that the level of psychic ability in children is way too stronger as opposed to adults. So, yes, children have clairvoyant abilities, but why is this so? It’s pretty amazing just how kids […]

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Alternative Medicine

Today, students not excelling in the traditional setting now have access to alternative education. Alternative education aims at offering a special education environment designed to meet the particular needs of the students. In fact, it fosters caring as well as respectful relationships where the students are highly valued. Similarly, outside the domain of conventional medicine, […]

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Recognised-learning-RPL

If you have a real world experience but no certificates behind your name, recognised prior learning can help transform your skills, knowledge, work and life experience into nationally recognised qualifications. Recognition of prior learning or RPL is a government recognised qualification option delivered by Registered Training Organisations like Above and Beyond Training Solutions to candidates […]

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refugees nauru asylum seekers

My friends, Tony Abbott has gagged the media over asylum seekers. He has gagged the reporting of animal cruelty on farms and abattoirs and he has now gagged detention centre workers from reporting any human rights and or child abuse. Yes, it is now a jailable offence to report the abuse of children in a […]

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A new initiative called HEARsmart is making Australians more aware of their dangerous leisure noise exposure – things like seeing a band play live or listening to music on an iPod. Launched late in 2014, HEARsmart promotes smarter hearing habits through its simple message: Understand your risk from exposure to loud sounds and take action […]

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