Wednesday 29 Mar 2023 · Trending
The rise of virtuous consumerism highlights a growing concern for the planet and the need for sustainable practices, writes Mark McCrindle.
Wednesday 1 Mar 2023 · Trending
By observing trends of the past, we can make predictions about the trends set to shape the future. Here's what to expect in 2023.
Tuesday 13 Dec 2022 · Finance and Business
We all have a conformity compulsion. If we sense that the herd is going in a particular direction, we instinctively fear being left out.
Sunday 21 Aug 2022 · Lifestyle
In her season of transition, NY Times bestselling author Shauna Niequist has a new appreciation for the fundamental elements of her faith.
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Saturday 6 Aug 2022 · Lifestyle
There are times in life we need to welcome new people and experiences with enthusiasm, and let others go with grace, writes Helen Carr.
Monday 27 Jun 2022 · Relationships
Lorrene McClymont shares some thoughts on strengthening your relationship with your partner when you become empty nesters.
Friday 17 Dec 2021 · Faith
While cosmetic makeovers can only change a person on an external level, only Jesus can change your heart. Jesus can give you a soul makeover.
Saturday 9 Jan 2021 · Finance and Business
The past often offers time-tested ideas, lessons and approaches which can be rethought and reinvented for the present moment.
Sunday 29 Dec 2019 · Lifestyle
Change can be really beneficial if you notice what you are presently doing either isn’t working or has stopped producing the results that you want.
Tuesday 3 Dec 2019 · Lifestyle
It take focus and determination with the seemingly small steps until one day you look back and you see you have actually changed the course you were on!
Tuesday 1 Oct 2019 · Lifestyle
Sometimes, it helps to remember that no one, young or old, likes change. You are not alone if you feel overwhelmed, you CAN beat the transition blues.
Monday 19 Mar 2018 · Lifestyle
Although we can't control changing circumstances, we can control our mindset and response to it. Imagine the freedom, peace and joy possible if we chose to embrace change rather than simply tolerate it.