I had a blast at Business Chicks’ 9toThrive event in Melbourne and came home completely inspired.
As a present photobooks ticks a lot of boxes – plus they’re fun to make.
Now, I don’t want to claim I’m an expert, but the feedback I received last year was pretty good. So I’m sharing my top tips for being the best gift giver this Christmas and for every occasion after.
From the pre-Christmas shopping, baking and decorating, to work break-ups and extended family get-togethers there’s as much to enjoy in the weeks before Christmas as on the actual day.
Lately I’ve been experiencing Deja vu every time I flick the dial to commercial radio – and not because the “No Repeat Work Day” means you will only hear a song once between the hours of 9 and 5 and seven times throughout the rest of the day.
Of course innovation and advancing technology has seen machinery/robots increasingly replace humans in factories for hundreds of years. But it just occurred to me that no one’s job is safe from automation.
Can anyone be convinced to fork out more dosh than they meant to, or is only those of us who are open to suggestion? Those of us who deep down want to spend money, driven by the pleasure response in our brain associated with shopping.
We all know how hard it is to learn from other’s mistakes. No matter how many people tell us, on good authority, that you can’t tame a bad boy or mix colours and whites in the wash, something inside us goes – “Well that was you. I can do this.”
Glenda Chambers can still remember, at age 18, hearing the unmistakable sound of a baby’s cough whooping over the loudspeaker in the nurses station and rushing to the nursery.
Blood rushing to your head isn’t something you’d typically associate with good health, but here I was at an anti-gravity yoga class anyway.