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  • I love winter for many reasons but not for my electricity bill. Since I am a ‘creature comforts’ type I cosy up in my Uggies, dressing gown and beanie. This year – due to ‘the renovation’ and subsequent lack of heating at my place, by 7pm most nights I’m perched on the couch, cuddling kids…

  • As seen on TV, El Niño is starting to show stringent impact in some countries earlier than expected in terms of water conservation. Agricultural industries are now facing heavy pressures in production due to water system failures which also lead to early harvests. Some residential areas are, likewise, battling water restriction (limiting the watering of…

  • While most marketers acknowledge digital marketing is a significant channel for their marketing activities, there are still many cases where brands have had to play catch up because they initially missed the opportunity. And it’s not just the small businesses underestimating the impact of digital – Yahoo’s CEO outrightly admitted recently that her company had…

  • Recently I’ve been indulging in a little ‘me time’ between the demands of work, business, laundry, dinners, school drop-offs and pick-ups, weekend events and kids birthday parties. One of my favourite ‘me time’ things to do is sit for a moment and soak up a great book. Though I’d love the time to read a…

  • My thirties were a fabulous time of my life and I planned a big party to celebrate. I invited around 150 friends and created various rooms including a Doof Doof room, Karaoke Room, Piano Room and a Bon Fire. Let’s just say a good time was had by all. Yes, your thirties are an exciting time…

  • Learning and development are an essential part of any high performing, functional workplace. They are also an essential component to keeping employees engaged and happy. While it is true that employees are there to make a living, it may surprise you to learn that wages typically don’t top the list of what people like about…

  • Car Tips

    5 simple tips for slashing your gas bill

    by Penina
    by Penina

    Petrol prices are on the rise. It usually costs around $70 to fill up my humble Ford Focus at the bowser, but yesterday it cost me $80! That’s a pretty significant jump in a few weeks. According to ABC News’ latest report they are set to soar this year and we’ll be getting more pain…

  • Do you live near a university, sport stadium, train station, CBD, beach or shopping precinct? If so, you may be in for a nice surprise once you discover this latest Australian trend in carparking by visiting Parkhound.com.au!Yes! These guys will help you make money out of your spare space so you can stash more cash. What…

  • Car Tips

    Buying a car | 12 tips for hassle-free haggling

    by Penina
    by Penina

    Buying a car is a hassle. Whilst pregnant with my our little girl, we traipsed all over Melbourne looking for the best deal for the Ford Focus I had in mind. At the time we decided to take out a personal loan for the car with the intention of paying back the loan ASAP, which…