Category: Human Interest
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I couldn’t always use the word Survivor. For more than a decade, I was a victim – small,...Read More
Ken Williams provides a humorous, tongue-in-cheek look at failure and how it should be embraced. He can cover 11 steps to failure, which offers us many great lessons in how to be a success.Read More
Sydney woman, Michelle Levin, is a clinical hypnotherapist. Michelle is highly qualified, and she...Read More
In his book BEAUTIFUL STORM, photographer Yanni Dellaportas captures the stunning beauty of coastal storms accompanied by a collection of original works by Victorian poets. All proceeds from the book are being donated to find a cure for cancer.Read More
As David Laity found his feet with the help of a $15,000 Red Cross Bush fire recovery assistance, his thoughts turned to how we could pay the kindness forward with a business that made a difference.
He invested the money into a start-up social enterprise. Goodwill Wine was founded as an online vegan wine business donating 50% of its profits to customer nominated charities while supporting Australian growers and producers as they got back on their feet.
Jaclyn is the co-Founder of Bold Trailer And Caravan Repair Centre and has over 15 years...Read More
Julia has always dreamed of having a family and was so happy the day she found out she was pregnant. Little did she realise at the time that her beautiful boy, William, would define their family life.
William was diagnosed wit Autism Spectrum Disorder when he was just 22 months old.
Julia wants William to grow up in a world that embraces inclusiveness, where children are encouraged to play, create, explore and investigate in a safe and supportive environment. A world where uniqueness is not only accepted but celebrated.
Julia and her husband Andy have created an environment for William and his brother, Ryder, which has led to helping other families like theirs. Being open about life, Autism and the challenges it brings, helps others see there is hope.Read More
Never Give Up is released by 3MT Media and is available on website theeverydayautismseries.com.au and selected local and specialist book stores and therapy and autism services RRP $24.95Read More
An increasing number of children and adults are living with, both diagnosed and undiagnosed, additional needs and neurological conditions. It’s often difficult to know where to turn when you hear an official diagnosis.
Thanks to Ebony Birch-Hanger the world of additional needs has been made easier to understand and navigate.
Ebony is a multi-talented, selfless individual who blends her personal and professional journeys to help unravel the complexities of the world, when living with an additional need.
Successful, self-confessed bogan leader encourages others to follow their dreams and build their empires
Nataly is a true trailblazer in business. She is raw, real and honest and is taking business leadership to the next level.
As a self-confessed bogan leader (and proud of it!), Nataly invites like-minded women to join her in her campaign to encourage and empower others to build their very own bogan empire…moccasins and all!
At a very young age, Nataly told her Oma that one day there will be a statue of her because of all the people she has helped. Her dream is well on its way to coming true!
However, to get to this point in her life hasn’t always been smooth sailing.Read More
“My New Year’s Eve yoga is such a heart-warming gathering. It’s lovely to see young adults, older people, even little kids prop next to each other, breathing deeply, and stretching their bodies and minds through yoga, while enjoying the sounds of the sea and the warmth of the sun together,” said Jan Winslade, of Yoga by the Bay.Read More
Inspirational stroke survivor writes book that will help others | National Stroke Week, 4-10 September
Kathleen Jordan is a stroke survivor who shares many inspirational strategies for people suffering any trauma, including a stroke, in her new book, Standing Up! My Story of Hope, Advocacy & Survival after Stroke. Kathleen Jordan is a very grateful stroke survivor who can provide a first hand, personal account of her journey back from a severe and life threatening stroke.Read More
Stacey Copas, Author of “How To Be Resilient”, is Australia’s #1 Keynote Speaker and Facilitator on Turning Adversity Into An Asset. She has worked with large organisations such as Telstra, CSIRO and SACA, helping their leaders be their best in challenging times. Stacey has also been featured in national media including ABC, Financial Review and The Australian for her insights on resilience in the workplace.Read More
New weight loss book offers perfect results for people who aren’t perfect. Mark Cupples took two years to research and write the book Slim Businez, which emphasises effective processes to lose weight.
After 35 years of being overweight Mark decided he wanted to develop an effective ‘real world’ system that anyone could follow. When it worked for Mark he knew it could work for anyone.