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Achieve your goals step by tiny step

Big goals require big changes, right? Not according to Becca Smith, who used “tiny habits” — small, daily steps — on her journey to sobriety and self-love. Here, she shares her behaviour-hacking tips.

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Overhauling your money mindset

If you have paid little attention to your financial psychology, now might be the time to consider how your “money mindset” could be affecting your bank balance. Money and energetics coach Harriette Jackson shares her advice for demystifying your relationship with your finances and overhauling your money mindset.

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Learn how to tackle debt

Your relationship with debt should focus on how to beat it. Ease your money worries and get back on financial track with this step-by-step guide to tackling debt.

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Have you joined The Great Resignation?

The pandemic spurred many millennials to rethink the role of work in their lives. Now they’re walking away from corporate 9-to-5 jobs to pursue creative passions and entrepreneurial ambitions.

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Meet Brookfarm, the farm leading Australia in regenerative agriculture

When husband-and-wife duo Martin and Pam Brook bought a run-down dairy farm in the Byron hinterland, a passion for giving back to the land and creating quality, healthy food was born. Today Brookfarm is a working macadamia farm and the once-barren land is teaming with wildlife again. Here, we chat with Brookfarm’s CEO Will Brook about regenerative agriculture, world-first recycling initiatives and what makes the perfect breakfast.

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Meet artist Gabrielle Penfold

For artist Gabrielle Penfold, food isn’t just sustenance, it’s ritual, connection, ancient history and an endless source of inspiration. Taking cues from the frescoes of Herculaneum and Pompeii, Gabrielle began her career by painting the meals she ate in restaurants around Sydney. Her subject matter has expanded, but Gabrielle’s fascination with the classical world remains. Her works are a celebration of life’s pleasures — a platter of oysters, a familiar beach scene, bathers dipping their toes in a pool. “The fascinating thing is, nothing much has changed,” she says, “Oysters are still luxurious.”