The Art of Growing Up

It’s been about 5 days between posts now, so a little bit longer than I would have liked to release this one, but I wanted to take my time with it and get it right, it’s super important, and relatable. Growing up is hard, sure. But it’s also exciting, and frankly amazing if you approachContinue reading “The Art of Growing Up”

You Reap What You Sow

G’day everyone, hope you’re all doing well… This whole Coronavirus situation is feeling a bit more like my dad phrased it last night, “the end of the third quarter of a footy game… You’re absolutely spent from the first three quarters, but now you’ve got another one to go!”. I thought he was pretty onContinue reading “You Reap What You Sow”

My 10 Tips and Tricks for Productive Home Learning:

This article is all about productivity when we work from home during this tricky time. I’ll go through my top 10 tips to keep on keeping on whilst in quarantine, and hopefully you’ll gain a bit of motivation! Side note: I do understand everything is easier said than done, but these tips are not outContinue reading “My 10 Tips and Tricks for Productive Home Learning:”

The Ability To Keep Going In The Face Of Adversity: Resilience

Resilience is undoubtedly one of the most important values oneself can hold. It empowers you with the feeling that no matter what life throws at you, you’ll always be able to rise again. It is the ability to be knocked down seven times and get back up eight. It’s the ability to persevere when yourContinue reading “The Ability To Keep Going In The Face Of Adversity: Resilience”

We Are All In This World Together…

It’s amazing, the world. Incredible really. The chances of everything coming together to provide perfect balance of temperature, gravity and weather conditions, and then the chances of us being born… We’ve more chance of getting struck by lightning 14 times than being born!

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind | The Daily Stoic | 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People | The Little Book of Mindfulness
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