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Practicing Gratitude: What to Remember and What to Forget

The negative experiences in our past can shape how we see the world, others, and ourselves. That’s why what we should be remembering is the good things.

3 Key Powers of 3D Printing

While 3D printing has been a fringe technology for decades, the numbers give some indication of how quickly it is moving towards the mainstream.

Music Over Fame – Hanson on Their Musical Longevity, and a New Album

With plans for an Australian tour later this year, Jess Drummond spoke to Taylor Hanson about the new album Red Green Blue and their 30-year career.

A Simple Secret That Makes Sharing Jesus Easy – Bella’s Story

For Bella, stepping out to share her faith at work was a challenge… until she discovered a simple secret that made all the difference.

Where To Snag A ‘Democracy Sausage’ This Saturday

The iconic sausage sizzle has been part of Australia’s election days for years, but the term ‘democracy sausage’ became part of the vernacular around 2012.

The Artist Spotlight – With Colton Dixon

Dropped by his record label, Colton Dixon shares in this Artist Spotlight interview how, as he trusted in God, God brought about bigger plans. 

Shoeboxes of Love for Christmas: “They Bring So Much Joy”

International charity Samaritan’s Purse reveals the overwhelming generosity of Australians to children in need.

When ‘Reloading’ Isn’t an Option: Dealing with Real Life and Decision Paralysis

Sometimes, the fact that we can’t “reload” our real-life decisions until we land on the most desirable outcome, can paralyse us, writes Jessica Tan.

Workers Leaving Jobs: Understanding the ‘Great Resignation’

McCrindle’s latest research suggests that more than two in five Australian workers (45%) plan on looking for a new job in the next 12 months.

From FOMO to HOGO – Exploring ‘Relational Fitness’

In the post-Lockdown world, we now have to use our social skills again. The acronym FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) can be adapted to HOGO (Hassle Of Going Out).