August 2023

Cleaning up and organising your living area may seem daunting. However, by embracing these nine straightforward principles, you can cultivate an orderly and serene environment.   Seek Inspiration Find your muse in decluttering champions like Marie Kondo. Explore books or TV shows that resonate with your cleaning aspirations,...

Each person’s journey to happiness is distinct, shaped by personal experiences, values, and desires. While certain factors that impact happiness might be beyond control, such as genetic predispositions or unpredictable life events, a considerable aspect of happiness emerges from choices and actions.   Are you currently traversing...

Developing leadership abilities is not always simple, which is why only a select few are successful in their quest to become effective leaders. Those who succeed, however, can take their teams and organisation to new heights. To become a successful leader, you should exert effort in honing...

When you have a tight budget, it may seem impossible to save money. And with rising inflation, it’s not difficult to understand why the personal savings rate in Australia decreased this year. However, conserving money while you’re short on cash may not be as difficult as...

The pace of inflation has slowed more than expected, suggesting the Reserve Bank’s rapid-fire interest rate hikes are working. The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported a healthy moderation in its monthly consumer price index to 4.9 per cent in the 12 months to July, down from...

The Australian government has conceded climate change is a systemic risk which may affect the value of its bonds in a statement to end a lawsuit over claims investors have been misled. Katta O’Donnell began a class action against the Commonwealth three years ago, seeking a...

Cruise ship passengers will be able to sail unimpeded around the country as state leaders scrap COVID-19 restrictions for passengers. The NSW government on Monday formally ended COVID-19 restrictions for passengers in the cruising industry following advice from the national government health advisory body. The Australian Health...

Australia’s peak railway body has kicked off a campaign to recruit young workers in a bid to address a skills shortage of 70,000 roles in the industry. The Australasian Railway Association’s Work in Rail campaign is designed to attract school graduates after research showed workers under...

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