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My day on a plate: Simon Abrahams

My day on a plate: Simon Abrahams

Creative director and CEO of the Melbourne Fringe, Simon Abrahams, 37 shares his day on a plate.

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Could repeating mantras offer a fast track to meditation?

Could repeating mantras offer a fast track to meditation?

For most of us, meditation does not come easily. That’s the beauty of chanting. The repetition concentrates the mind, leaving it little space for wandering off.

  • by Paula Cook
Helping kids cope with change
Canberra

Helping kids cope with change

Helping children cope with change is crucial to their ability to deal with transition as adults.

  • by Kimberley Le Lievre
How your personality affects your happiness
Psychology

How your personality affects your happiness

All aspects of our personality have links with different aspects of our wellbeing.

  • by Luke Smillie, Jessie Sun & Rowan Jacques-Hamilton
My day on a plate: Jack Stein
Food

My day on a plate: Jack Stein

Chef Jack Stein, 36, shares his day on a plate.

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My day on a plate: Francis Kamara

My day on a plate: Francis Kamara

Actor and model Francis Kamara, 20, shares his day on a plate.

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How feeling young at heart impacts your overall health

How feeling young at heart impacts your overall health

Feeling younger than your age is good for your soul and benefits your brain, as Evelyn Lewin finds out.

  • by Evelyn Lewin
Goop settles lawsuit over purported benefits of jade eggs
Gwyneth Paltrow

Goop settles lawsuit over purported benefits of jade eggs

We need to talk about Gwyneth Paltrow's eggs. Again.

  • by Amy B Wang
My day on a plate: Jessica Sepel

My day on a plate: Jessica Sepel

Clinical nutritionist Jessica Sepel, 29, shares her day on a plate.

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Could revisiting your best school subject help to calm a busy mind?
Education

Could revisiting your best school subject help to calm a busy mind?

It is something of a trend in the wellness industry to encourage people to connect with their childhood selves and a simpler time in their lives.

  • by Mary Ward
Wabi Sabi your home: How embracing imperfection can benefit your health

Wabi Sabi your home: How embracing imperfection can benefit your health

The Japanese philosophy of wabi sabi can inspire calm in your life. Beth Kempton explains how.

  • by Beth Kempton