A wonderful resource with expert written content for partners looking for answers to common relationship problems including couple issues, marriage, family, children, pre-marriage and more.With over 20 offices across NSW we can also help you and your partner overcome the challenges in your relationship.http://www.CoupleCounselling.com.auTel: 8002 1020
This blog is about���Fitness, health, and overall wellnessFinding the right balance for the fullest lifeFostering positivity among female peersFood, fitness, facts, fashion and fun!Follow me: @healthypartygrlnutrition, plant-based diet, restaurant, balance, recipes, pole dancing, yoga, running, dance, busy life fitness, women���s fitness, music, reviews, burlesque, cultural events, hair, glitter, beauty, style, trends, eco-beauty, cruelty-free products, positivity, empowerment, marketing, advertising, mental health, psychology, holistic health, radical self love, balance, leopard print, and more!
Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, champers in the other, body dirty, sunburnt, wrinkled and thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "Yah Hoo, Whatta Ride!"
A collection of my creative writing pieces that I have been writing over the last few years. Blog posts include pieces that have been submitted into university creative writing classes, as well as some newer works. Works can be classified as creative non-fiction and fiction, poetry and stories. There are many diferent topics that are covered but most stem from personal experiences or thoughts: hence the title of my blog page "Daydreams, Nightmares and Realities".
In a world dominated by rational goals and common sense, we have not only forgotten to listen to our heart, we have forgotten how to listen to our heart. In other words, our Tiger is asleep. This blog is dedicated to waking up the tiger in each of us.
A first-time mother gives a frank assessment of what it's like to be pregnant and a new mum in Canberra. Includes tips on what NOT to do or say, and how to handle two sets of everything as she tries to appease Eastern and Western philosophies on kid wrangling. While looking hawt. And happy. :o)
I am a lawyer and a stay at home mum bringing up three adorable children under five in these precious early years on Planet Baby. We've recently moved back to Hobart after 11 years in Sydney to raise the children and spend more time with family. This blog is about the funny things littlies do and what inspires and keeps me sane while I am living on Planet Baby. I hope you enjoy it!
Words are primitive - they cannot begin to describe the person I call me, but I'll try....Politics. Economics. Environment. Social Justice. Activism. Fashion. Human Rights. Any of these themes come up and I will throw my hat in to the discussion.I am an adrenalin-junkie with a fascination for extreme sports but I also enjoy the simple pleasures that life has to offer.I see the glass-half-full and have time for a lot of people but I also have a low tolerance for ignorance and apathy.I am the luckiest woman to have found not only the love of my life but the man I am destined to grow old with. I have the most amazing, supportive, fun-loving and caring group of close friends and family who absolutely keep me grounded and remind me of where I've come from and just how much I've been blessed with.
This is a blog about my life. The ups and downs. The fun stuff and the sad stuff. Living with 2 teenage boys, a fiance and a cocker spaniel can have some moments. Most this blog is about the relationships I share with my boys and how we manage a blended family. One reader described reading my blog like "talking to an old friend" ... and that's what I had hoped my blog would be. I started blogging in April 2010. Grab a cuppa and come and sit down with me and my blog.
By writing this blog, I hope to offer some insight into what it feels like to be a 20-Something divorcee. You may also find I have opinions on many other things about life, some you might agree with and many I'm sure you won't... Happy reading!
I became a mother at 15, I completed my HSC and im now a stay at home mum looking for work. This is a blog about my life and my growth from a teenager to a mother. How my life has changed and how i make it through. Learning whats important and what no longer matters to me.Becoming a young mother has changed my life forever, but i wouldnt go back for anything.
This is a site to learn, get inspired and dream of the possibilities only fashion can do.I love all things fashion but I am very much about retro glamour and pieces that can take you back to a time where you could only dream about being in.Hope you like what I have instore for you and please let me know of any topics you wish for me to uncover.peace, love & fashionailikaxxxo
When You're Under 30!I must admit, there was a sense of relief to the finality of the birth of Little Mango 3 (I've decided to use these somewhat cute, a little bit disrespectful, yet ultimately safe ways of describing everybody - there's also Little Mangos 1 & 2, not to mention myself and Mrs Mango).Although a somewhat shaky start - a tense moment and an overly blue baby, brought back to colour by an amazingly fast and calm obstetrician - a blur of seconds as several things happened that I had no control over. For a father, I've always found, it's a very hard thing to make a very specific connection before birth as it will always be an external relationship for us - and at the moment when all else stops and your heart is captured again by another amazing creature, to have that stripped back and replaced with heartbreaking fear is something..... It certainly makes you realise just how much this new being means to you, even though you've only just laid eyes on them - another surreal feeling - loving someone beyond words without having seen, heard, spoken to or had any real idea about before that moment. They are a blank canvas, and you appreciate them for everything they are and ever will be - I know it sounds familiar (everyone says this about their kids) - but when it happens to you, the commonality and yet complete particularity of that event to you gives you this instant sense of the universe. Amazing!So Mango 3 ties the bow nicely. We are now a family of five. At 28. Half the people we know haven't even started trying for babies yet and we're (most very likely) finished altogether. And despite the inevitable times that everyone has where they doubt their abilities, I feel altogether confident we can handle this third installment quite well. I think as long as you think about humans as a species, how our bodies are designed and how they function, that we have evolved to be ready for parenthood young. Our species is finding it more and more difficult to conceive as we age, and we struggle to stay together as family units - yet we all have the capacity to breed and raise children early, and I believe it is just another way to push yourself, and learn amazing things about our species and life first hand. The world may have changed since my parents generation, where people had babies just out of school - we've had liberation of peoples, realisation of new ideals and new understandings of the shortness of life, the inevitability of death, and the importance to not waste a second. Many of my generation believe that means seeing everything you need to see before settling down and waiting to die. I believe that experience can be found in every step of life, every drudging day of existence, every struggle you have and moment of delight, joy, wonder and amazement. Everything teaches you something and if you cannot find the value in this moment here, then no moment will be good enough. Every moment I spend teaching my child something, teaches me something in return. It's all about perspective.... but then everything is, isn't it?
One life... explores beginnings, transitions and endings, and is about the art of being human. Written by Gabrielle Gawne-Kelnar, a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist, this blog offers regular reflections about mindfulness, existential issues, living and dying. And it poses thought-provoking questions, to help you unlock your own perspectives on what 'a good life' means for YOU. As the official blog of One Life Counselling & Psychotherapy, this blog invites you into a therapeutic space, and offers ways to help you discover your own wisdom within.
Ask any non-Western Australian what they think of Perth, and you���ll most likely hear adjectives like ���boring���, ���quiet��� or even ��� gasp ��� ���dead���. This blog���s mission is to uncover all of what makes Perth, in fact, a great city: from its natural beauty to its cuisine to its people ��� all from the perspective of this newly arrived American.