Money archetypes help us to better understand our relationship with money. They will help us to become more aware of our habitual money behaviours, and with this awareness we can maximise our positive habits and find ways to balance and minimise our unhealthier ones.
Money, and how to have a healthy and proactive relationship with it, is often left out of parenting. But teaching your children how to have a healthy relationship with money is key to their wellbeing, and there are plenty of practical and heart-centred ways to support their financial health.
Australia has racked up a huge COVID-19 deficit. But who do we owe this money to? We look at how government debt works and what it means for us.
Rituals bring a sense of the sacred to traditional ceremonies and ancient practices, but can be woven into our daily lives to nourish our soulful selves. Learn how you can use rituals to bring harmony into your daily life.
Teaching your kids how to work with the body’s energy centres is a wonderful way to help them understand themselves, trust their intuition and regain balance.
Whether we like to admit it or not, we all have our own “story” about money. Learn how to make managing your finances an act of self-love.
Want to slow down and have more time for the people and things we love? Learn how to embrace hygge (pronounced hooga), the Danish art of living well.
Money can’t buy a happy relationship — but daring to talk honestly about it with your partner will deepen your loving connection and bring a little peace to your purse.
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